A hilarious book about learning to share from the much loved, awarding winning author and illustrator Aaron Blabey.
Pig is a greedy and selfish Pug. He has all the bouncy balls, bones, and chew toys a dog could ever want yet he refuses to share with his poor friend, Trevor. Little does he know, however, that being greedy has its consquences. Join Pig as he learns to share - the hard way!
Young readers will love the irresistbly quirky and funny illustrations that are paired with a relatable lesson of learning to share with others. For dog and pet lovers everywhere.
About the Author
Aaron Blabey has written many well-loved, bestselling books for children. He is the creator of three hugely successful series for children the New York Times bestselling The Bad Guys, Pig the Pug, and Thelma the Unicorn. In 2018 it was announced that a movie adaptation of The Bad Guys is in development at DreamWorks Animation with Aaron serving as an executive producer on the project. Aaron's books have won many awards, including nine REAL Awards, an INDIE Book Award for Children's Book of the Year, a Children's Book Council of Australia Book of the Year Award, a NSW Premiers Literary Award for Children's Literature, two Australian Book Design Awards, and a Children's Peace Literature Award.
Most Helpful Customer Reviews
As a mother of young children, I read quite a few children's books. We read books at nap time, we read books at bedtime. It has long been our standard routine. One of my favorites lately has been Pig the Pug. I love this book! It is fun, the pictures are hilarious. Half the time I'm cracking up laughing. This book follows the antics of Pig, a selfish Pug, and his friend, Trevor, an easy-going dachshund. Pig is always getting into mischief, and by the end Pig has learned another lesson. Each book has a nice little lesson for children (don't be greedy, share, don't cheat, etc.) The first one is Pig the Pug. And I have read this one so much, my son actually has it memorized and will say the words with me. He is young enough, that he hasn't learned to read yet, but he knows his Pig the Pug books quite well. There are several Pig the Pug books, and I was so happy to see they were available via my daughter's Scholastic orders. These books are fun enough for me to want my own copy, but hey, books are expensive! What isn't too expensive are those Scholastic copies. It's a win-win for all of us. I am eagerly awaiting the latest Scholastic order where my daughter will get her book choice and I will receive Pig the Elf and Pig the Star. I can't wait!
It's so difficult to get my 4 yo Granddaughter interested in a book. Well, now she is! I actually thought she was teasing me she loved it so much. I will be buying the rest of this series. Thanks
This book is awsome.It helped my kids do good in school.Also pug got what he diserved. Awsome book