Mrs. Owl and Mr. Pig
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Published by Lodestar in New York .
Written in English

Subjects:

  • Pigs -- Fiction.,
  • Owls -- Fiction.

Book details:

About the Edition

Lonely and in need of money Mrs. Owl advertises for a boarder, but Mr. Pig seems to be more trouble than he"s worth.

Edition Notes

Other titlesMistress Owl and Mister Pig.
Statementby Jan Wahl ; illustrated by Eileen Christelow.
ContributionsChristelow, Eileen, ill.
Classifications
LC ClassificationsPZ7.W1266 Mr 1991
The Physical Object
Pagination[32] p. :
Number of Pages32
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL2194427M
ISBN 100525673113
LC Control Number89013428
OCLC/WorldCa20489696

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A lonely widow in need of money, Mrs. Owl advertises for a boarder, but her new lodger, Mr. Pig, seems to be more trouble than he's worth. Other Titles: Mistress Owl and Mister Pig. Responsibility: by Jan Wahl ; illustrated by Eileen Christelow. This is one of those books I read as a child that I've never forgotten. But I've never forgotten it because of how disturbing it is. Nothing on the cover or in the title really prepares the reader for the fact that when Mr. and Mrs. Pig go out, they hire a babysitter who is really a wolf in disguise/5. Mr. and Mrs. Pig have their hands full with 10 young piglets and they decide to go out for the evening. They get a sitter from "the agency" and leave the house. The sitter is dressed up like a woman, but your children will see that she is indeed a WOLF! Yes, a wolf babysitting for the piglets!/5(9). Where's Mr x? Or where's Mrs Y? There are four animals per book with the last where's a "and where are you?". The final felt flap reveals a mirror for the child to see themselves. Our little one loves this book! The felt flaps are much more durable than cardboard flap versions of children's books. The artwork in this book is great too!Reviews:

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Mrs. Owl is the wife of Mr. Owl and the mother of Octavia, Olanda& Juliana, she is purple and wears a necklace and perhaps earrings. She enjoys making sculptures. Mrs. Owl - Mr. Owl's mom who was seen in at least on Franklin books Franklin's Thanksgiving she could have been a widow. Miss Koala - A replacement teacher who filled in for Mr. Owl beginning on the first day of first grade in the special Back to School with Franklin. Mr. Vintage pair of sparkly gold two toned glass owl candy/trinket dishes, couple of vintage owls, 's/’s owl decor, Mr. and Mrs. Owl NothingsNewHere 5 out of 5 . Mrs. Pig's Bulk Buy is a delightful children's story about little pigs that just love ketchup. It presents Mrs. Pig's solution to every mother's problem of what to do with kids that want to eat the same thing all the time. I love Mary Rayner's style of writing and the delightful s: 9.