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A laugh-out-loud look at little boys and their charming habits. Freddy thinks he's hit on a great plan when he sends a pig to school in his place. But after some initial teething troubles, the pig quickly settles in and Freddy soon finds himself out in the cold! Part of Barrington Stoke's picture book range for all the family, with easy-read font.
Freddy doesn’t like school. He wants to stay at home all day and play on his X-Box. So he comes up with a plan: he dresses his pet pig in his uniform and sends it in his place. But then the pig starts to enjoy school. This gentle and very funny cautionary tale is helpful for any child who has not wanted to go to school. (Ages 3–6) Barrington Stoke 32pp Pb.
|Publication date:||1st June 2013|
|Publisher:||Barrington Stoke Ltd|
|Format:||Paperback / softback|
Charlie Higson came into the public eye as one of the writers and performers of The Fast Show on BBC and still makes regular TV appearances. His career in children's books began with the Young Bond series and has continued with his much-loved zombie novels.More About Charlie Higson