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Princess Pig

by Eileen Spinelli

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This story was reasonably funny and heartfelt. It has a nice message in showing that the value of a person or farm animal has little or nothing to do with the titles that they are assigned, rather with the quality of their character. ( )
  matthewbloome | May 19, 2013 |
Pig wakes up draped in a princess sash. She embraces her new role only to realize that is not who she really is.
  JudesThree | Feb 4, 2013 |
A pig believes herself to be a princess and behaves accordingly, but soon learns that being royalty has a price. ( )
  nancyken | Jul 27, 2009 |
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Amazon.com Product Description (ISBN 0375845712, Hardcover)

Princess? Pig? Both? A crown may not be the perfect accessory for an adorable pig.

One day a sash from a local beauty pageant blows across the farm and lands right on Pig, who takes it as a sign. “I must be a princess,” she squeals. Pony disagrees, but all the other animals in the barnyard are happy to recognize her new title. Pig is delighted to learn that princesses are treated to pretty princess pies, decadent bubble baths, fluffy pillows, and soothing bedtime lullabies.

But there is a cost to the grandeur. There are many things that princesses aren’t allowed to do—like sleep late, or roll in the mud, or attend parties in the barn hosted by the common folk. Maybe Pony was right when he said, “It’s a fine thing to be a pig, if a pig is what you are.”

(retrieved from Amazon Mon, 30 Sep 2013 13:47:31 -0400)

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A pig believes herself to be a princess and behaves accordingly, but soon learns that being royalty has a price.

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