Hog with a Blog

Hog with a Blog

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When Lupita, the compassionate girl who lives on a farm near Earleen, a 400 lb. hog, finds out that the hog is being fattened by Farmer Thorne to serve as the centerpiece for the holiday dinner, she spends her Christmas money to purchase the hog. The girl and hog decide to start a blog in order to teach others the value of animal rescue and how every life, no matter how tiny, is important and worth saving. The two partners investigate rescues of small creatures such as goldfish and hamsters to more exotic animals like armadillos and bats. Children will learn the significance of animal rescue through numerous examples, a lively story, and humorous illustrations. What better way to teach children how to respect and value the feelings and welfare of all animals from the tiniest fish to the largest hog!
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Product details

  • Paperback | 52 pages
  • 216 x 280 x 4mm | 191g
  • English
  • 0990734897
  • 9780990734895

About Gaye Leigh Green

Dr. Gaye Leigh Green is a former elementary teacher and art specialist who is now a professor of Art Education at Western Washington University. She is the author of "Why Jade Was Spayed, Hog with a Blog, and You Can't Make an Elephant Paint," which are part of the CHA CHA series. Also, she is the author and illustrator of many children's books such as "Cow Pies in the Night Sky" and "What if Michelangelo was a Picklemaker?" Dr. Green's books are meant to encourage and inspire children and adults to proactively be involved in the humane treatment of all animals no matter how large or small they are.
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