Three little piglets - Naf-Naf, Nif-Nif and Nuf-Nuf live in the forest. Naf-Naf – is the eldest and smartest of them. He tells his brothers: Cold weather comes. We have no time to dance, sing and play. Lets build a big warm house. Nif-Nif builds a straw house. Nuf-Nuf gathers sticks and dry leaves and builds his house with them. The house of Nuf-Nuf is the strongest. He builds it with brick. Now he is sure that the Wolf cant destroy it and its nice to live in a warm house when its cold.
Nif-Nif and Nuf-Nuf laugh and call Naf-Naf a coward. The Wolf sees the houses of little piglets. First he goes to the straw house. He says: Im an angry wolf. My teeth are big and ugly. Im hungry. Please, Let me in. Nif-Nif does not open the door. The Wolf begins to blow and blows the house down. Nif-Nif runs away. He runs to Nuf-Nuf and asks for help. Nif-Nif cries: Oh! Oh! Let me in, my dear brother. The wolf wants to eat me!
Nuf-Nuf says: Come in! Dont be afraid! My house is strong. The Wolf cant break it. The Wolf comes to the house of Nuf-Nuf. He blows. A couple of leaves falls from the roof. The Wolf blows again. The house trembles. He blows for the third time. The walls groan, and the house collapses. The little piglets run to the house of their brother Naf-Naf as fast as they can. They say: Oh! Oh! Dear brother, let us in! The Wolf wants to eat us!
They ran into the house and hid under the bed. Naf-Naf closed the door quickly. The Wolf says: Come out, little pigs! I can huff, I can puff, I can blow the house down. He begins to blow, but he cant destroy the house. But suddenly he noticed a large chimney on the roof of the house.
I am very lucky, - he thought, - I will climb into the house through the chimney! I give up, - he said loudly, - Now I will go home! Meanwhile the Wolf went down the chimney. Soot fell on the lid of the boiling pot. Smart Naf-Naf opened the lid.
The Wolf fell into the hot soup! He jumped from the pot and run back into the forest. Naf-Naf says: Hurray! Dear brothers! The Wolf has gone away! We can live in the house all together. From now little piglets could live together happily. They were not afraid of the Wolf any more.