Lucy the Dog that Looks Like a Pig [NOOK Book]

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Lucy the Dog that Looks Like a Pig was inspired by my dog Lucy and a time my wife took a picture of her covered in dirt and showed it at work. Some one asked completely serious "why do you have a pet pig?" and that was what got the story started. I turned that idea into a book about dealing with name calling and self image. Lucy learns how being called names can make you feel bad, and later learns the best way to deal with that problem. I have recently included samples of other ...
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Lucy the Dog that Looks Like a Pig

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Overview

Lucy the Dog that Looks Like a Pig was inspired by my dog Lucy and a time my wife took a picture of her covered in dirt and showed it at work. Some one asked completely serious "why do you have a pet pig?" and that was what got the story started. I turned that idea into a book about dealing with name calling and self image. Lucy learns how being called names can make you feel bad, and later learns the best way to deal with that problem. I have recently included samples of other titles at the end of the book.
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I am married with three kids. I have lived in central IL my entire life. I have always been a sci-fi, fantasy and comic book fan. All of these things greatly effect my writing. I am constantly working on new things from kids books to my attempt at a short fantasy novel, You must be this Big to Fight Goblins, which I hope to have finished by mid summer 2011. You can follow me on twitter @theteamofawsome or like my facebook page craynebooks. Also feel free to send me a friend request on my main facebook page (it is the one with a cartoon pic of me) and visit my site craynebooks.yolasite.com.
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  • Anonymous

    Posted February 14, 2011

    Good point

    I really liked the point the author is trying to get across.

    1 out of 1 people found this review helpful.

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  • Posted March 2, 2011

    Funny and cute

    This was a nice story, funny and cute with a good message.

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  • Posted February 28, 2011

    Good for kids

    This is a good book to teach little ones about name calling and its effects.

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