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""Wiggle, giggle, sniggle, and figgle like Piggle."Homer wants to play a game -- any game. But his four sisters, Lolly, Molly, Polly, and Dolly, don't want to play with him, and neither does Duck, or Rabbit, or Pig. At last Homer meets his good friend Bear, and together they discover the tongue-tickling good fun of Piggle. Soon everyone wants to join in the game -- even if...more
Hardcover, 64 pages
Published November 14th 1973 by HarperCollins Publishers (first published December 1st 1921)
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Homer wants so badly to play a game. But not only do his sisters, Lolly, Molly, Polly, and Dolly refuse to play with him, but so do Duck, Rabbit, and Pig. But before refusing to play, Pig does mention a game that he played once – a game named Piggle. Can Homer unravel the mystery of Piggle and convince his friends and sisters to play with him?


Homer’s relationship with his four sisters is not the best – there is obviously some degree of animosity between them, and Homer even has a drea...more
Poor Homer. He wants someone to play with. He can't play with his identical quad sisters, Lolly, Molly, Polly, and Dolly, because they never want to play with him. And besides that, Homer isn't sure just what it is he wants to play, anyway. Duck doesn't want to play. Rabbit doesn't. Pig would play Piggle with Homer--the best game in the whole world, named after Pig--but he doesn't feel like it. Beans.

I love Bonsall's illustrations, and this story is just darn cute. This beginning reader would...more
I have yet to read this, but I have heard it is wonderful! On recommended book list
Aug 19, 2008 Molly added it
One of my favorite books as a kid. It's now on Liam's book shelf.
Another book that reminds me of Mom. "Two to two!" :-)
Melissa Brankovic
I remembered this book fondly and now read it to my son.
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Although Bonsall studied at New York University School of Architecture and the American School of Design, she is most known for her children's books.

Her career as a children's author started as a doodle on her drawing board. Later, a doll manufacturer purchased the rights to her orange-haired, freckle-faced rag doll who later became a character in her first book, The Surprise Party.

Bonsall died in...more
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