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Little Pig, Biddle Pig

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Biddle Pig prides herself on being pink as a posy, and thinks she is much too pretty to play in the mud with the other little piglets. But being the cleanest one isn't much fun -- it's lonely. Finally, much to everyone's delight, Biddle Pig puts her pride aside with a great big belly flop into the mud Created especially for young children, Little Pig, Biddle Pig is a sweet ...more
Hardcover, 32 pages
Published September 1st 2001 by Scholastic Press
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This is a very sweet book told in rhyme about a piglet that won a blue ribbon being clean and 'pretty' and #1. He misses out on playing with everyone else not wanting to get in the mud and get dirty. He realizes in the end that being alone isn't as much fun as being with your friends. My 2 year old granddaughter and I really enjoyed reading this.
That this pig was very sad because she didn't play with her friends and she as all alone. The sun was baking her ears, so she jump into the mud and learned that it was fun to play with her friends.
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