Piggies in the Pumpkin Patchby Mary Peterson (Illustrator), Jennifer Rofé
Piggies plot a peculiar path. Two little piggies run amok on the farm, as they travel from the pumpkin patch, through the garden, into the black bull's pen, and back to mama pig in time for a nap. The piggies' antics introduce young readers to prepositions of direction. Alliteration, assonance, and rhyme in each of the three stanzas make for a great read-aloud.
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Jennifer Rofe is young, talented and fun! Your kids will love this story and so will you.