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Pig Kahunaby Jennifer Sattler
Fergus and his little brother, Dink, love collecting the things that wash up on the beach, especially if it means that Fergus doesn't actually have to go in the water. Then one day, they spy the greatest treasure of all-an abandoned surfboard. When no one comes to claim it, they make it the star of their collection and name it "Dave." But when Dave accidentally (on purpose?) gets cast back into the ocean, can Fergus find the courage to rescue him?
Whimsically brought to life with Jennifer Sattler's bright, comedic style, here's a story about bravery and brotherhood that little kahunas (and their parents) are sure to love.
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Piglet Fergus and his baby brother Dink are avid beachcombers. One day, they chance upon a prize even better than a washed up starfish or giant seashell: a surfboard! Of course, their new acquisition is useless unless it's riding the waves; but can Fergus summons the courage to become one plucky porker surfer? A cute, winning picture book about overcoming fear.
Meet the Author
JENNIFER SATTLER is also the creator of the picture books Chick 'n' Pug and Sylvie.
Jennifer Sattler is the creator of the picture books A Chick 'n' Pug Christmas, Chick 'n' Pug, Chick 'n' Pug Meet the Dude, Pig Kahuna, Pig Kahuna Pirates!, and Sylvie. She is married and has two children and two dogs, both of which are part basset hound and thus aspire to be much bigger dogs than they really are. She lives in New York.
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Cute story. Entertaining for children and adults. We have a relative that we can relate to when we read the story so it was even more entertaining. Illustrations are colorful and fun.
Got this book for my 2 1/2 year old son and he really enjoys it. The story is fun and breezy, which keeps his attention and the illustrations are great as well.
Read it before going to bed.