Illustrated by :Michael Martchenko
Form detail:Miniature book
Audience:Juvenile: Age (years) 4 - 7, Grade (CAN) K - 2, Grade (US) K - 2, Reading age 4 - 7
Dimensions:3.38in x 3.37 x 0.09 in | 20 gr
Page Count:32 pages
Pigs are smarter than you think!
When Megan’s dad tells her not to let the pigs out of their pen, curiosity gets the better of her. Why not? Pigs are too dumb to do anything anyway . . . or are they? Before she knows it, the pigs are wreaking havoc all over her house, all over her school, and all over town. It’s up to her to fgure out how to get them back home. To Megan’s surprise, she discovers the animals are much smarter than she realized.
About the Annikin Series: Annikins are mini books made especially for children—small enough to fit into tiny hands and pockets. Each book measures 3 1/2" x 3 1/2" and contains full color pages.
animals; choices; community; decision making; humor; problem-solving; school; pigs; tolerance; transportation; imagaination; fantasy
Robert Munsch, author of such classics as The Paper Bag Princess and Thomas’ Snowsuit, is one of North America’s bestselling authors of children’s books.
Michael Martchenko is the award-winning illustrator of the Classic Munsch series and many other beloved children's books. He was born north of Paris, France, and moved to Canada when he was seven. He lives in Toronto with his wife, Patricia.
“Munsch’s story combined with the zany illustrations of Martchenko allow children to indulge in the absurd.”- Resource Links, 06/14