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When Pigs Can Fly!


Book Description


Every day, a young farm boy witnesses the growth of some unique and wonderful animals on his small family farm. Eddy chooses a favourite piglet from the newest litter. It was the smallest one, with some unique characteristics.


The behaviour of this young piglet worries the nine year old boy. Eddy does not want his favourite animal to be alone! There is more worry, whe... More
Book Information
PublisherAuthorHouse
BindingPaperback
Reading LevelAll Ages
# of Pages40
ISBN-101456735349
ISBN-13978-1456735340
Publication Date03/21/2011
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About Carol Madou (Author) : Carol Madou - Author & Board Game Creator - Ontario Canada "WHEN PIGS CAN FLY!" is my first book. I write fiction for both children and young adults. Family is important to me, and this theme... more
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9/26/2011 flying pig said:
The story is about a pig named Peanut that is unlike all the other pigs. Windham was the same. Windham helped Max, a Canadian goose, and they became friends. I think that it was interesting because you're taking real animals telling a story with the animals. My favorite part was that Windham... more

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