This Little Piggy Went Singing by Margaret Wild
  

Synopsis

This Little Piggy Went Singing by Margaret Wild

This little piggy went singing..This little piggy stayed home..This little piggy had plum pudding..This little piggy had none..And this little piggy went jingle, jingle, jingle all the way home...Meet five little pigs who are full of life and all the excitement of Christmas! They are either out singing, dancing and playing music, or staying at home making and baking and trimming the tree. The piggies are into everything, even a little star-gazing. Keep your eye on your favourite piggy as it enjoys all sorts of Christmas fun, before hanging up the stockings and singing ho ho ho all the way home. The perfect follow-up to This Little Piggy Goes Dancing:..'filled with warmth, wit and humour...a very special book for grown-ups to share with rumbustious small people' Magpies

About the Author

Margaret Wild

Margaret Wild is one of Australia's most prolific and courageous authors, unafraid to tackle difficult subjects, such as death, old age and social deprivation with both sensitivity and openness. Her heart-warming, moving picture books have been acclaimed both in Australia and overseas.

In 1996, The Midnight Gang, a whimsical, joyous picture book about the night prowlings of a group of toddlers, was published by Omnibus Books. It was short-listed for the 1997 Children's Book Council of Australia Picture Book of the Year Award.

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Format

Hardback
24 pages
Interest Age: From

Author

Margaret Wild
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Publisher

Publication date

1st November 2014

ISBN

9781743319123


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