When a pig visits a frog pond, sits on a rock, and says only “Ribbit!”, news spreads fast but only the wise old beetle has an explanation.
There’s so much rain! When Mummy Pig and Daddy Pig tuck them into bed, Peppa and her little brother, George, dream of all the puddles there will be to jump in the next day. Little do they know that the rain is turning their house into an island surrounded by water — making for a different kind of adventure for everyone!
A prince disguises himself as a swineherd and learns the true character of the princess he desires. After the author of this story finishes relating it, his animal audience presents an alternative ending.
Albert the pig imagines himself the finest pig in the pigsty and expects to become a movie star, admired by pretty lady pigs in bikinis and envied by gentleman pigs.
When Ivan the Fool meets Baba Yaga, the witch of Russian folklore fame, on a day that has begun badly for her, he outwits her by making dirt soup, getting a fine, fat pig in the bargain.
Life is pretty sweet for the three little pigs until a hungry wolf named Tempesto shows up one morning. Percy, Pete, and Prudence refuse to let themselves become breakfast without a fight.
From the writer and illustrator of the popular books Piglet and Mama and Piglet and Papa comes the latest installment about Piglet and her special granny. Piglet loves her granny. She’s been waiting all day for her to visit. Why hasn’t she come? Cow, Horse, Duck, and Sheep all think she’ll be here soon—but what is taking her so long? In this heartwarming barnyard tale, Piglet’s story will resonate with any child who has ever had to wait for someone they love.
The mischievous, shape-shifting Pig-Boy gets in trouble with both the King and Pele, the goddess of fire, but always manages to slip away as his grandmother has told him to do.
Lisbeth Zwerger, winner of the 1990 Hans Christian Andersen Medal, brings her distinctive talent to this classic Andersen fairy tale of a foolish Prince who seeks to marry the Emperor’s daughter, and the even more foolish Princess who fails to recognize his true worth. When the Princess refuses him, he disguises himself as a swineherd and plays her favorite songs. By the time she warms up to him it’s too late; he reveals his true identity and leaves her all alone.
Who can sleep on such a beautiful night? Mama Horse, Mama Pig, Mama Sheep want to dance while the little ones are asleep. They put straw on the floor to muffle the sound. While Mama Horse, Mama Pig, and Mama Sheep have a rest, the little ones dance.