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READ! (I Wish I Could)

by Tiziana Bendall-Brunello

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This book tells the story of a little pig who found a book and needs help to learn how to use it. The pig, after a hard search finds someone who is able to help him and forms a friendship. This is a great book to introduce to kids, especially when they are young so that they can know the importance of learning, and know that reading can be such a fun activity and find new friends. ( )
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When Little Pig finds a book he asks other farm animals if they can teach him to read, but while each as his or her own idea of what to do with the book, only the boy who lost it can help.

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