Ten Pigs

Ten Pigs

An Epic Bath Adventure

Book - 2015
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Laugh out loud in this hysterical epic counting bath adventure with a squeaky clean twist!

From Derek Anderson, the illustrator of the bestselling Little Quack series!

One very happy pig --

one bubbly bathtub.

Everything is perfect until nine more join in!

And ten?

Ten wiggles and squeezes

And surfs his way in.

One pig looks to take a relaxing bath in solitude, only to be joined by another pig, then another, then another. When Pig Number 10 jumps into the crowded tub, the first pig comes up with a plan to enjoy his bath.
Publisher: New York, NY : 2015. Orchard books,
ISBN: 9780545168465
Branch Call Number: E ANDE


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JCLBeckyC Nov 06, 2018

This fun counting book has a surprise twist at the end. Pairs well with the finger plays, "I'm a Little Piggie," "Five Fat Sausages," and the song, "Tiny Turtle". Break out the bubble machine for a super special storytime.

May 30, 2016

A wonderful story with amazing illustrations. :) I can't wait to read more from this author/artist.

May 28, 2016

SUMMARY: Pig number one wants to sit back and relax with his rubber duckie in his bathtub full of bubbles. But along come nine more pigs. "Now there's nowhere left to sit!" What will pig number one do?

ILLUSTRATIONS: The illustrations were created in ink and digitally. They were colorful, creative and laugh out loud funny. Anderson knows how to take a simple illustration and make it look complex through use of facial expression and movement.

REVIEW: I absolutely loved this book that counts up to ten pigs as they interrupt Pig One's bath and then counts back down again as the pigs leave. Each pig that joins the scene is quirky and creative such as the tuba playing pig and pirate pig. And I always say, every picture book needs at least one pirate! The ending is very clever, but I won't give it away. Let's just say, Pig One gets a little of his own back!

AGE RECOMMENDATION: Advertised for ages 3-5, however ages 6-7 who are learning to read will also love to read this book for themselves.

Jan 26, 2016

This is one of the better counting books, even has counting backwards at the end.

If you read it with some drama it is very engaging. Was a repeat book in our house with our 3 year old.

PimaLib_KatherineB May 22, 2015

A fun rhyming book with a surprise ending.

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