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The Peculiar Pig

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* "An excellent, gently told addition to anti-bullying, adoption, and individuality storytimes."—Kirkus Reviews, starred review
There was a different sort of piglet in the pigpen one cool spring morning.
That "different" one is named Penny, and she's really not a piglet at all . . . she's a puppy. A puppy who gets longer and longer as her piglet siblings get bigger and bigger. Penny doesn't understand why she's different—she only knows that Mama Pig loves her just the same as the rest of the litter. Penny's siblings are baffled by her peculiar behavior—like digging with her paws instead of her snout, and especially her loud, sharp oink. Good thing Penny likes all the sounds she can make, and when danger strikes and her peculiarities prove to be strengths, the piglets see that sometimes it's good to be a little different!

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Publisher: Penguin Young Readers Group

Kindle Book

  • Release date: June 18, 2019

OverDrive Read

  • ISBN: 9780399548888
  • Release date: June 18, 2019

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Kindle Book
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Languages

English

Levels

Lexile® Measure:550
Text Difficulty:2-3

* "An excellent, gently told addition to anti-bullying, adoption, and individuality storytimes."—Kirkus Reviews, starred review
There was a different sort of piglet in the pigpen one cool spring morning.
That "different" one is named Penny, and she's really not a piglet at all . . . she's a puppy. A puppy who gets longer and longer as her piglet siblings get bigger and bigger. Penny doesn't understand why she's different—she only knows that Mama Pig loves her just the same as the rest of the litter. Penny's siblings are baffled by her peculiar behavior—like digging with her paws instead of her snout, and especially her loud, sharp oink. Good thing Penny likes all the sounds she can make, and when danger strikes and her peculiarities prove to be strengths, the piglets see that sometimes it's good to be a little different!

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