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Pig the Fibber (Library Edition) (edition 2018)

by Aaron Blabey (Author), Aaron Blabey (Illustrator)

Series: Pig the Pug (2)

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Pig the Pug often lies to get what he wants, and blames Trevor the sausage dog for his own misdeeds--but when his latest lie results in an accident and the loss of a tooth he finally learns his lesson (maybe).
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Title:Pig the Fibber (Library Edition)
Authors:Aaron Blabey (Author)
Other authors:Aaron Blabey (Illustrator)
Info:Scholastic Press (2018), Edition: Library, 32 pages
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Pig the Pug is a fibber and a jerk. I don't think he learned a lesson because he still doesn't really care about poor Trevor's feelings. If you ask me, Pig is psychopath. His consequences are just going to make him better at being surreptitious about his evil deeds. Mark my words, Trevor is going to "mysteriously disappear" one day and there will be no evidence indicating foul play but when you look into the supposedly grieving Pig's bulgy eyes all you'll see is satisfaction and darkness.

I was looking for a picture of Trevor's unimpressed face while being punished for Pig's naughtiness but couldn't find one, so here's a different picture because the art in this book cracks me right up.

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  katebrarian | Jul 28, 2020 |
That badly-behaved pug returns in this hilarious picture-book, this time revealing just what a rotten little liar he is. "Pig was a pug, / and I'm sorry to say, / he would often tell lies / just to get his own way. / And when he would fib, / he was awfully clever. / When Pig got in trouble... / he would always blame Trevor." So it begins, as Pig constantly shifts the blame. Will he learn his lesson, when one of his schemes, involving a lie about Trevor, goes terribly wrong...?

Although Pig the Fibber is the second book that Australian author/artist Aaron Blabey published about the (mis)adventures of this pug, it is the fifth and latest to be published here in the states. Told in a rollicking rhyme, the story here is quite amusing, and is paired with bright, colorful artwork, done in a cartoon style. Readers familiar with Pig's misdeeds probably won't be surprised by the format, although fans of this piggish pug will no doubt still be entertained by that final page. ( )
  AbigailAdams26 | Oct 23, 2018 |
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Pig the Pug often lies to get what he wants, and blames Trevor the sausage dog for his own misdeeds--but when his latest lie results in an accident and the loss of a tooth he finally learns his lesson (maybe).

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