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Peppa Pig and the vegetable garden
Astley, Neville.

1st ed.
Publication Information:
Somerville, Mass. : Candlewick Entertainment, 2014.
Physical Description:
1 v. (unpaged) : col. ill. ; 25 x 30 cm.
Peppa Pig.
General Note:
"Based on the TV series Peppa Pig; Peppa Pig is created by Neville Astley and Mark Baker"--P. facing t.p.
Peppa and George love helping Grandpa Pig in the garden. When it is time for lunch, Granny makes a salad. But George doesn't like salad. Will Grandpa Pig change his mind?
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Peppa Pig (Television program)
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Gardening is more fun with Peppa!

Peppa and her little brother, George, love to help Grandpa Pig in the garden. They discover that everything grows from seeds planted in the dirt, and that even the apple that falls on Grandpa Pig's head has seeds inside! Join the amiable Peppa and her spirited family as they shoo away birds and "monsta" snails, imitate butterflies and worms, make a scarecrow, and gather ingredients for a fresh salad -- and Granny Pig's delicious blackberry pie.

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School Library Journal Review

PreS-Gr 1-Peppa Pig and her little brother George are back in another wacky adventure! Peppa and George love to help Granny and Grandpa Pig in the garden. After Peppa plants seeds, she forgets that patience is an important factor in the growth process. To pass the time, the siblings create games and imitate insects. When they spot birds pecking at their seeds, they build a scarecrow. Mummy and Daddy Pig soon join in on the fun. Fans of the "Peppa Pig" television series will especially enjoy this zany adventure. Readers will laugh out loud when Peppa imitates a worm and snicker when a snail is called a "Mon-sta!" Storytellers will relish the chance to imitate Peppa's British accent and act out her chuckling snorts. Colorful, digital vector-shaped illustrations fill each spread. Parents will love the notion of constructing a salad into the shape of a dinosaur ("dino-saw") when George refuses to eat his vegetables. Readers will want more Peppa Pig action after this engaging storytime addition. The book can serve as an additional purchase, as there are numerous formats in the "Peppa Pig" series, including DVDs and mobile apps.-Krista Welz, North Bergen High School, NJ (c) Copyright 2013. Library Journals LLC, a wholly owned subsidiary of Media Source, Inc. No redistribution permitted.

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