Little Pig, Little Pig

Rated 4.33/5 based on 3 reviews
Piggy was all alone and without hope until someone came knocking on his door. More

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Words: 520
Language: English
ISBN: 9781301414321
About Robin Frederick

I have always loved writing poetry and short stories, especially for friends or family, but once I became an aunt and then a grandma I felt inspired to write stories that would somehow convey biblical truths to the little ones in my life.

I have been married for 32 years to a wonderful man. I am the mother of two grown children who are married and have children of their own.

Presently, I have seven grandchildren...Five I have been blessed to hug, play with and read to, one on the way and two that went straight home to be with God.

My hope and prayer is that these books will honor and glorify God, and reflect the love He has for us all.

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Reviews

Review by: Tari Dolstra on Dec. 22, 2012 :
This is a great e-book with a sweet story and life teaching. The author has a wonderful spirit who only wishes to share goodness through her writing. Her poetic gift is embedded in this book; a gift in which she should be incredibly proud! The illustrator (a very young, beautiful talent!), like the author, shares the spirit and is a "gift" herself to all who know and love her. Together, they created a story and message that is incredibly special and magical!
(reviewed the day of purchase)

Review by: Kristine Brady on Dec. 21, 2012 :
I loved the poetic style of the book and believe my grandkids will love it too. I loved the analogy of the gospel message and think it's a great way to try to teach it to children. I know who did the illustrations and think they are fabulous!!!
(reviewed the day of purchase)

Review by: Dean Schechinger on Dec. 15, 2012 :
This is a good story with adequate illustrations. The little pig is dirty and hasn't any friends. Then a lamb comes to clean him off and play with him. In spite of the religious metaphor and biblical passage at the end, the story can also be enjoyed as a story of friendship and nothing more than that. I think the book is a little more expensive than it should be.
Papa Dean
Author of Revenge of the Video Game
(reviewed the day of purchase)

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