Rosie Bear Book Review: The Princess and the Pig

princess abd the pigThe Princess and the Pig, by Jonathan Emmert / Polly Berantene

What happens when a baby princess is accidentally exchanged for a piglet?  I dare you not to laugh as the families of both babies try to cope with this unexpected turn of events. In this spoof of a fairy tale, almost everyone lives happily ever. Moral, a princess can be something of a pig, but a pig cannot be a princess, (or, heaven forbid, a bear).

Rosie Bear rates this: A Honey of a read.

http://mamasprinkles.wordpress.com/2013/10/16/a-lunch-fit-for-a-princess/

http://mamasprinkles.wordpress.com/2013/09/19/this-little-piggy-went-to-market-4/

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2 thoughts on “Rosie Bear Book Review: The Princess and the Pig

  1. Why are pigs getting so much play in the media…you know the pig steals the show in Charlotte’s web, “that will do pig”,this book, etc. Pigs ham it up too much as far as I am concerned. I guess these writers will do anything to bring home the bacon. Talk about hogging all the glory. Books about pigs are PUNishing to read.

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