This rounded-edge book is part of children's picture book collection illustrated by world-class illustrator and caricaturist William Wallace "W. W." Denslow, remembered for his work in collaboration with author L. Frank Baum, especially his illustrations of The Wonderful Wizard of Oz.
While much of his additional work as an artist and illustrator wasn't recognized until the late twentieth century, he eventually garnered praise for his clever and often cynical designs, his striking, multicolored posters, his ability to target his illustrations by audience, and for amending popular children's verse to avoid what he considered unnecessary violence and questionable content.
Originally published in 1903, W.W. Denslow has adapted this timeless nursery rhyme with charming illustrations. The last little piggy can't find his way home and is seen approaching a policeman. The illustration and text was a lot more classic which made the story look like an old folk-tale.
Now your family can enjoy this wonderful book in simplified Chinese. The high-quality print is nicely produced to capture the vivid color and exceptional detail of the original artwork.
威廉• 华莱士• 丹斯诺（William Wallace Denslow 1856-1916），美国著名插画家、漫画家，被誉为“美国图画书之父”。他以大胆而具有色彩的插图风格而闻名，为很多图书配过插图，其中最有名的是弗兰克•鲍姆的《绿野仙踪》。他的插画作品色彩鲜艳，构图夸张有趣，深得儿童喜爱。