Pig the Fibber by Aaron Blabey

Thu 21 March 2019

This week we shine a spotlight on a Kinderling favourite: Pig the Fibber by Aaron Blabey.

Pig the Pug is back and he's as greedy and selfish as ever, telling whopping great fibs to get Trevor into trouble!

We're sure you'll agree that there's no better way to teach kids that lying is bad, than through the antics of a naughty pug! Award-winning author and illustrator, Aaron Blabey, certainly has a knack for nailing Pig's expressions from maniacal glee.... to the shock of his impending comeuppance.

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Read by Joel and Simon from Sydney band, Philadelphia Grand Jury.

Published by Scholastic Press an imprint of Scholastic Australia.

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