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Pigs This is a fun and silly book that shows what happens when the pigs are let loose Our girls really enjoyed this book and laughed often at the absurdity of all the things the pigs do The illustrations are colorful and cartoonish.Our girls liked watching the story on the Tumblebooks website www.tumblebooks.com Robert N Munsch is a talented storyteller and he s very entertaining when he narrates his own stories This is a fun and silly book that shows what happens when the pigs are let loose Our girls really enjoyed this book and laughed often at the absurdity of all the things the pigs do The illustrations are colorful and cartoonish.Our girls liked watching the story on the Tumblebooks website www.tumblebooks.com Robert N Munsch is a talented storyteller and he s very entertaining when he narrates his own stories I read the book Pigs by Robert Munsch to my little nephew, Landen He liked this book a lot He seemed very interested with this story The story was predicted in the very beginning on what was going to happen with the pigs The story was about a little girl named Megan She was getting ready for school when her dad told her to feed the pigs He only gave one instruction with the task That task was to not open the gate, because the pigs are smarter than you think Megan listened to her dad I read the book Pigs by Robert Munsch to my little nephew, Landen He liked this book a lot He seemed very interested with this story The story was predicted in the very beginning on what was going to happen with the pigs The story was about a little girl named Megan She was getting ready for school when her dad told her to feed the pigs He only gave one instruction with the task That task was to not open the gate, because the pigs are smarter than you think Megan listened to her dad and went out to feed the pigs When Megan went out to the pig pen she looked at the pigs and said these are the dumbest looking animals I have ever seen Megan opened the gate little by little seeing what the pigs would do The pigs didn t do anything until the gate was open just enough for them to get out Then all of the pigs were running out of the pen, before she knew it the pigs were gone Megan then went back to the house where her father was She neared the house and heard oink, oink, oink she looked inside and saw the pigs There was a pig on the table drinking his coffee and one was eating his newspaper Megan ran the pigs out of the house Megan took the pigs to the pen and then ran off to school She got to school and heard oink oink oink She opened the door, the pigs were in the principal s office eating her newspaper and drinking her coffee Megan put all the pigs back in the pen, at least she thought she did When she returned to school she opened her desk and there was a baby pig in her desk Megan always thought pigs were stupid until that day There was only one main character in this story and that character s name was Megan She was a young girl who lived on a farm The story took place on a small family farm Neither the location or the time was given in this story I would recommend this book to be read to younger children around the age of two and up This book would be perfect for a young reader who was just starting to read I do not think gender matters for this book Megan reminds me of me and a lot of young girls She is full of adventure and curiousness who just wants to cause a little ruckus She loves just making people at ease she reminds me of myself when I was her age. Personal response This bookPigswas good The child I read to was Sydney When I read it, she enjoyed it and read along She liked the whole story She enjoyed the pictures the most, along with the idea of pigs driving a bus There was really nothing she disliked about the book The main event was knowing that pigs are smart, not dumb Plot In this book there are not many plots that occur The main plot of the story begins with a father telling his daughter, Megan, to feed the pigs without Personal response This bookPigswas good The child I read to was Sydney When I read it, she enjoyed it and read along She liked the whole story She enjoyed the pictures the most, along with the idea of pigs driving a bus There was really nothing she disliked about the book The main event was knowing that pigs are smart, not dumb Plot In this book there are not many plots that occur The main plot of the story begins with a father telling his daughter, Megan, to feed the pigs without opening the gate She opened the gate anyway and all the pigs ran out When she looked for the pigs, she found them in the house They ran out of the house when she opened the door and then they went to the school When she found them again, she opened the door to the school and they ran out again Megan was waiting for the bus When the bus got to the school a pig was driving with the rest of the pigs in back The pig drove back into their pen and that is when Megan realized pigs aren t dumb Pigs are smart.Characterization The main character was a girl named Megan She lived with her parents Megan was in elementary school She was skinny with brown shoulder length hair The other characters were her father, the pigs, the school principal, and her teacher The author did not describe these characters.Impacts of Setting There wasthan one setting in this book The first place she was, was in her house It was a farm house Then she went to the pig pen, school, and on the bus Lastly, she was at the zoo There is no specific date or time of year mentioned.Thematic Connection The theme of this book was to let the reader know pigs are smarter than you think It told the importance that you will not always be right about everything Another thing it taught was to always listen to your parents Recommend I would recommend this book to girls and boys as young as second grade and parents of young children I would recommend it to parents who just want a quick read with their kids or just as a bedtime story The rating I givePigswas a four Personal Response I think Pigs is a good book to read to children It s a silly little book that I think all children would enjoy I read this book to my seven year old cousin and she loved it She thought the pigs were silly and enjoyed the pictures.Plot This book is about a little girl named Megan Before school, her dad told her to go feed the pigs but to not open the gate He warned her that the pigs are smarter than they seem Megan reached the pig pen and looked at the pigs She thought Personal Response I think Pigs is a good book to read to children It s a silly little book that I think all children would enjoy I read this book to my seven year old cousin and she loved it She thought the pigs were silly and enjoyed the pictures.Plot This book is about a little girl named Megan Before school, her dad told her to go feed the pigs but to not open the gate He warned her that the pigs are smarter than they seem Megan reached the pig pen and looked at the pigs She thought they were the dumbest animals on the planet She tested her theory out by opening the gate She then opened the gate farther and yelled at the pigs Suddenly, they all ran out and escaped Throughout this book, she was sent to collect the pigs around her town Characterization Megan is the main character in this book She is a young girl who lives on a farm with her parents This book is not specific on her age The other main characters are the pigs The pigs are very rambunctious and crazy A minor character in this book is Megan s dad He is a strict but loving dad His occupation is a full time farmer He isn t given a specific age.Setting The story takes place in a small family farm This setting is important because the story s main plot is about the pigs on the farm The story does not specify on the season or specific time of place Thematic Connection I think the theme of this book is for others to listen to what they are told to do Megan portrayed that by not listening to her father when he told her not to open the gate She faced severe consequences after disobeying him.Recommendation I would recommend this book to children around the age of three and up Any gender would enjoy this book It is an easy read and has great illustrations that the children would love I read the book Pigs to my nine year old cousin Elizabeth Overall, she really enjoyed this book Throughout the book she kept laughing when Megan kept getting run over by the pigs She also talked about how she thought Megan, the main character in the book, was a troublemaker and she would never do something so ridiculous Her favorite part about the book was when the pigs peed on a few of the characters shoes.This book is about a young girl named Megan who gets into trouble with some pigs H I read the book Pigs to my nine year old cousin Elizabeth Overall, she really enjoyed this book Throughout the book she kept laughing when Megan kept getting run over by the pigs She also talked about how she thought Megan, the main character in the book, was a troublemaker and she would never do something so ridiculous Her favorite part about the book was when the pigs peed on a few of the characters shoes.This book is about a young girl named Megan who gets into trouble with some pigs Her father asks her to feed the pigs but to make sure not to open the gate or they might cause trouble Sure enough, Megan opened the gate too far and the pigs ran all over town They went in her house, in her school, and the bus When she finally rounded up all the pigs and put them back in the pen, she told her father she learned her lesson In the end she also ended up keeping a baby pig as a house pet.The main character in this story is Megan She is a fun loving, curious girl Her curiosity is what gets her into trouble Megan s father is a nice man, but very strict Megan s principal seemed to be a very high strung woman who liked things in perfect order.This story takes place in present time and is realistic fiction The setting of this book jumps around a bit The different settings present in this book are Megan s home, the school, and the bus.I believe the theme of this book is to do as you are told and not disobey This lesson is learned when Megan opens the gate even after her father told her not to When she did this, the pigs ran all over the place and caused trouble When Megan finally got all the pigs back in the pen she realized if she would have just done what she was told, none of it would have happened I would recommend this book to children in elementary school This book was a fun, upbeat read and has quite a bit of humor thrown in It teaches a good lesson and keeps you interested at the same time I read Pigs to Wyatt Wetzel Wyatt is a kindergartener at Weyauwega Fremont Elementary He thought this book was really funny because it had the word dumb on almost all of the pages Wyatt asked me to bring this book to his houseoften I also enjoyed reading this book to him This book is about a little girl, Megan, that lives on a farm Her father asked her to feed the pigs before she went to school Her father s big fear was that Megan would open the gate too far and let the pigs out I read Pigs to Wyatt Wetzel Wyatt is a kindergartener at Weyauwega Fremont Elementary He thought this book was really funny because it had the word dumb on almost all of the pages Wyatt asked me to bring this book to his houseoften I also enjoyed reading this book to him This book is about a little girl, Megan, that lives on a farm Her father asked her to feed the pigs before she went to school Her father s big fear was that Megan would open the gate too far and let the pigs out She goes outside by the pigs, opens the gate just slightly, and the pigs don t move Megan says that pigs are the dumbest animal and that they won t move when she opens the gate She then opens the gate farther and yells at the pigs All of a sudden she is on the ground, getting trampled The characters in this book are Megan, her father, the students and the pigs Megan is the main character throughout this book It does not state her age or what grade she is in The pigs are the other main characters in this book because they make the story happen Her father is a pig farmer The setting of this book is during the school year It is not winter, but it is not specified what season This book takes place in present time at Megan s home, barn, and school.The theme of this book is to listen and follow what you have been told Megan showed a bad example of how to not follow directions by letting the pigs out.I would recommend this book to any elementary student that is decent at reading because it is an easy read This book also teaches a good lesson to children that you need to listen to your parents and teachers Pigs by Robert N Munsch, illustrated by Michael Martchenko, is another laugh out loud story by this talented duo Megan doesn t follow her father s directions about not opening the gate to the pig pen and hijinks ensue in the kitchen, the principal s office, on the school bus The pigs eat newspapers bus seats, drink coffe, pee on people s shoes, one drives a bus Megan calls the pigs dumb several times, but eventually declares that pigs are smart There is a hint at the end that Megan ma Pigs by Robert N Munsch, illustrated by Michael Martchenko, is another laugh out loud story by this talented duo Megan doesn t follow her father s directions about not opening the gate to the pig pen and hijinks ensue in the kitchen, the principal s office, on the school bus The pigs eat newspapers bus seats, drink coffe, pee on people s shoes, one drives a bus Megan calls the pigs dumb several times, but eventually declares that pigs are smart There is a hint at the end that Megan may open another gate in the future.The illustrations are a highlight of this book, with hilarious details not mentioned in the text I would not personally use this for library story time, but think many kids would enjoy reading or hearing it read by parents For ages 4 to 7, humor themes, and fans of Robert N Munsch Michael Martchenko When Megan s father asks her to see to the pigs, warning her not to open the gate because they are very intelligent creatures, the young girl scoffs, calling them dumb She continues to scoff, until her carelessness results in the pigs getting out, and taking over first her kitchen, and then her principal s office Pigs are quite smart, she discoversOne of many picture books produced by Canadian author illustrator team Robert Munsch and Michael Martchenko, Pigs is an amusing little picture bo When Megan s father asks her to see to the pigs, warning her not to open the gate because they are very intelligent creatures, the young girl scoffs, calling them dumb She continues to scoff, until her carelessness results in the pigs getting out, and taking over first her kitchen, and then her principal s office Pigs are quite smart, she discoversOne of many picture books produced by Canadian author illustrator team Robert Munsch and Michael Martchenko, Pigs is an amusing little picture book romp With its repetitive structure, somewhat surreal sense of humor, and madcap hi jinks not to mention that sly ending , this one would make for a good read aloud at story time Recommended to young pig lovers, and to fans of the Munsch Martchenko team s particular brand of humor Megan is told to feed the pigs, but not to open the gate She does of course, and the results are hilarious as the pigs help themselves to coffee and the newspaper at the breakfast table, follow Megan to school, and ride home by way of the school bus Full color illustrations ➷ [Reading] ➹ Gender in Psychoanalytic Space By Muriel Dimen ➬ – Ralphslaurensoutlet.co.uk but not to open the gate She does of course ❴KINDLE❵ ❆ Insight and Interpretation Author Roy Schafer – Ralphslaurensoutlet.co.uk and the results are hilarious as the pigs help themselves to coffee and the newspaper at the breakfast table ❮Reading❯ ➳ Good People in an Evil Time ➬ Author Svetlana Broz – Ralphslaurensoutlet.co.uk follow Megan to school [EPUB] ✵ On a Day Like This By Peter Stamm – Ralphslaurensoutlet.co.uk and ride home by way of the school bus Full color illustrations


About the Author: Robert Munsch

Robert Munsch was born in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania He graduated from Fordham University in 1969 with a Bachelor of Arts degree in history and from Boston University in 1971 with a Master of Arts degree in anthropology.He studied to become a Jesuit priest, but decided he would rather work with children after jobs at orphanages and daycare centers In 1973, he received a Master of Education in Child Studies from Tufts University In 1975 he moved to Canada to work at the preschool at the University of Guelph in Guelph, Ontario He also taught in the Department of Family Studies at the University of Guelph as a lecturer and as an assistant professor In Guelph he was encouraged to publish the many stories he made up for the children he worked with.Munsch s wife delivered two stillborn babies in 1979 and 1980 Out of the tragedy, he produced one of his best known books, Love You Forever This book was listed fourth on the 2001 Publishers Weekly All Time Best selling Children s Books list for paperbacks at 6,970,000 copies not including the 1,049,000 hardcover copies The Munsches have since become adoptive parents of Julie, Andrew and Tyya see them all in Something Good Munsch has obsessive compulsive disorder and has also suffered from manic depression In August 2008, Munsch suffered a stroke that affected his ability to speak in normal sentences He has recovered enough that he is able to perform live, but has put his writing career on hold until he is fully recovered.


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