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Pig and Pug by Lynne Berry

Pig and Pug

by Lynne Berry

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I really enjoyed this book because it is just so cute for children. The first thing that I liked was that the use of the words are so close with spelling that you need to pay attention to the words. For example in the book it says "Are you a pug? says pug to pig. No, a pig. says pig to pug". I think that having the book be like this makes kids think when they are reading it since they need to pay attention to the words. Also another thing I like is that it does not use that many different words which will make it easy for children to read. Then the illustrations of the book are so simple but they are detailed with action. In one part of the book it says "Pug pants. Pig snorts" and in this part it has each animal doing all kinds of things to show they are tired and out of breath instead of just one picture of each animal. The moral of this story I would say is do not judge a book by its cover. ( )
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Amazon.com Product Description (ISBN 148142131X, Hardcover)

Pig and Pug are very different (but not really). See how their similarities show up in this mischievous picture book that’s perfect for pet lovers.

Pig and Pug are petite and portable pets—one in a pocket, one in a purse. They are also two spunky spirits: Pug, rather pugnacious; Pig, a bit pigheaded. When these two meet, bickering, chasing, and even some mud wrestling ensue. But after some creative compromises, Pig and Pug manage to settle their differences and become friends...at least for the time being.

(retrieved from Amazon Thu, 09 Jul 2015 16:04:12 -0400)

Two pocket-size pets meet and get into a tussle when Pug insists that Pig is a pudgy pug, and again when Pig calls Pug a muddy pig.

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