"Pigs everywhere can finally rest, knowing that the truth is out: We are the ultimate environmentalists,we recycle society's scraps, and we are pioneers in affordable housing. Three cheers for James Finn Garner." THE THREE LITTLE PIGS
A Politically Correct Alphabet
Hansel and Gretel
The Ant and The Grasshopper
The Princess and The Pea
The Little Mer-Persun
The Tortoise and The Hare
Puss in Boots
Sleeping Persun Of Better-Than-Average-Attractiveness
The City Mouse and The Suburban Mouse
I'm glad to see that others have enjoyed this book as it really was not my cup of tea. It took the simplest from of storytelling and twisted it into a Graduate level thesis. I can certainly appreciate this style of humor, satire, but it was all a bit too wordy for me.
A sequel, the author still seeks to eliminate 'biases and prejudices' from the tales we all read as kids. There are seven stories.
I enjoyed The Princess and the Pea, it being well-written and amusing. The stories are probably best enjoyed by English majors and others with a good vocabulary.
From The Tortoise and the Hare: "So confident was the hare in his sulocity prerogative over the tortoise that he decided to accept the invitation of one of the film crew and grant an interview about his mid-race thoughts, reminiscences of childhood, and hopes for the future."