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Piggy and Dad Go Fishing
Synopses & Reviews
After a close encounter with a smiling worm and a sad-faced fish, it's no wonder that Piggy and Dad invent a new form of fishing that's fair game for everyone!
Piggy is going fishing with Dad for the very first time, and he couldn't be more excited. But when he comes face to face with the bait—an irresistibly cute worm — tenderhearted Piggy starts thinking about the sport in a whole new way. In this warm, funny father-son tale, the popular Piggy and Dad move on from a Brand New Reader format to their first full-length picture book, one that's sure to have loyal fans hooked — and that will reel in new friends as well.
After a close encounter with a smiling worm and a sad-faced fish, Piggy and Dad invent a new form of fishing in this warm father-and-son tale that marks the picture-book debut of the popular Piggy and his dad. Full color.
About the Author
David Martin is the author of the Brand New Readers PIGGY AND DAD and PIGGY AND DAD PLAY, illustrated by Frank Remkiewicz, MONKEY BUSINESS and MONKEY TROUBLE, illustrated by Scott Nash, and THREE LITTLE BEARS, illustrated by Akemi Gutierrez. He has also written several picture books, including WE'VE ALL GOT BELLYBUTTONS!, illustrated by Randy Cecil.
Frank Remkiewicz has loved pigs since his boyhood, as a fan of the FREDDY THE PIG books by Walter R. Brooks. But "the Piggy and Dad books," he says, "represent the pinnacle of my relationship with pigs."
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