Wiesner, D. (2001). The three pigs. NY: Clarion.
Personally, I love this book. It is about how the three pigs do not accept their fate to be eaten and jump out of their own book and go into others and bring back information and friends to help them defeat the big, bad wolf.
I would use this book in my class to teach character’s traits and feelings as well as setting and setting change. I would have the students pick characters and describe them and then write about how the setting starts in one book, goes to others, and goes back to the original.
(ELA TEK 2.9 (B) describe main characters in works of fiction, including their traits, motivations, and feelings.)