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Aaron Blabey - Pig the Tourist

Pig the Pug

Pig the Tourist

Author: Aaron Blabey; Illustrator: Aaron Blabey

  • AGES 3 - 5 
  • Genre Fiction
Pig was a Pug and I'm sorry to say, when he went on vacation he'd cause great dismay.

Everywhere he goes around the globe, Pig the Pug offends the locals and causes destruction and devastation. However, in the end, Pig's rudeness comes back to bite him...

Rich with author-illustrator Aaron Blabey's signature rhyming text and unforgettable illustrations, Pig the Tourist is a laugh-out-loud story that follows the six previous books in the series (Pig the Pug, Pig the Winner, Pig the Elf, Pig the Star, Pig the Fibber, and Pig the Stinker).

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“Will invite giggles of delight from readers and listeners….Young children will revel in his unapologetically naughty antics and might even learn a lesson or two about the value of sharing.”

- School Library Journal, Pig the Pug

 

“A great addition for storytime collections.”

- School Library Journal, Pig the Winner

 

“Clever rhymes and engaging illustrations combine to make this a fun way to convey the message that greed is bad. Highly recommended.”

- School Library Journal, Pig the Elf