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by Marisa Quinn-Haisu (subscribe)
My name is Marisa. I am a fiction writer, a blogger, and a freelance journalist.
Published September 27th 2018
Pig the Pug won't play fair and will do anything to win
Pig the Winner Aaron Blabey
Aaron Blabey. Scholastic


Pig the Winner is the third book in Aaron Blabey's bestselling children's picture book series Pig the Pug. It was published by Scholastic in 2016. It is 24 pages long and is suitable for early childhood readers.

In Pig the Winner lovable rascal Pig the Pug has decided that he wants to win at everything! But he is a greedy and naughty dog who will not play fair. He will do anything to win including cheating and throwing massive tantrums! Will Pig learn a valuable lesson about the importance of playing fair?

Pig is impulsive and childish in this book. He doesn't care if he is being a good friend or playing fair. He does what he wants. He isn't afraid to kick Trevor in the face to beat him in a foot race and if he does lose he will cry and kick and scream until he will get his way and be crowned the winner.

Pig the Winner would be a great book to read to kids to teach them how to be a good team player and a gracious winner and to explain to them why cheating is wrong.
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Why? Pig the Winner is a children’s picture book with an importance message in it about playing fair and not cheating.
When: Pig the Winner would be perfect in a classroom setting or as a bedtime story
Where: Available from your local bookstore or online retailer
Cost: $10.00 - $16.99
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