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Happy Pig Day! (An Elephant and Piggie Book)…
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Happy Pig Day! (An Elephant and Piggie Book) (original 2011; udgave 2016)

af Mo Willems (Forfatter)

Serier: Elephant and Piggie (16)

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Piggie celebrates her favorite day of the year, but Gerald the elephant is sad, thinking that he cannot join the fun.
Medlem:lucaskindergarten
Titel:Happy Pig Day! (An Elephant and Piggie Book)
Forfattere:Mo Willems (Forfatter)
Info:Scholastic (2016)
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Happy Pig Day! af Mo Willems (2011)

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It is about Elephant and Piggie, and Piggie is ready to celebrate Happy Pig Day, except Elephant is heartbroken because he doesn't think he can celebrate because he isn't a pig except Happy Pig Day is for everyone!
  Remi.Kauffman | Sep 29, 2019 |
Happy Pig Day! Gerald isn't a pig, but fortunately, anyone can celebrate! ( )
  JennyArch | May 21, 2018 |
Mo Willems is currently one of my favorite children's authors. His books are very imaginative and fun! They always bring a smile to my face. The series focuses on the friendship between Gerald the Elephant and Piggie. In this book it is, "Happy Pig Day!" and Gerald feels left out. Gerald notices that as an elephant he has a trunk, big ears, that he's gray. He compares himself to Piggie and finally concludes that he is not a pig. He says, "I am an elephant and I do not belong." Piggie lets him know that Happy Pig Day is not just for pigs, it's for anyone who loves pigs! Gerald is so happy that he can participate and join in the fun for Happy Pig Day. It seems that so many kids books these days focus on belonging, feeling left out, and how to get along in friendships. These social skills are important for the playground and life. This simple message of inclusion is one we can all use. Will we exclude people because they are different or allow them to join in too? As a classroom teacher, I will have to teach empathy, care for others, concern for others, awareness to not leave others out, and other friendship issues. This sweet book boils it down in a nutshell to include others. This book is the recipe for a good classroom environment.
  TracyMahoni | Sep 3, 2017 |
Yeah, this is the madcap energy I want from Elephant and Piggie! It's a pig party, woo, we're almost in Go, Dog, Go territory here (always a good thing). ( )
  MeditationesMartini | Jan 14, 2017 |
I liked this book for two reasons. First, the illustrations enhance the story. Gerald the elephant and Piggie the pig are the main characters. Piggie is excited because it is "Pig Day." Gerald has no idea what Piggie is talking about, so Piggie explains to Gerald what "Pig Day" is all about. As Piggie goes on explaining "Pig Day," Gerald has no dialogue. The illustrations help portray what Gerald is thinking as Piggie is talking. For instance, when Piggie says it's the best day to eat pig food, Gerald has his tongue sticking out. This shows the reader that Gerald likes the idea of eating "pig food." Second, the book pushes readers to think about tough issues. After Piggie explains "Pig Day," all of his friends show up who are also pigs. Gerald feels left out and tells Piggie that he is an elephant and that he does not belong. Piggie tells Gerald that he is wrong, and it turns out that all of Piggie's friends were other animals dressed up as pigs. This makes the reader think about issues regarding differences in race, culture, religion, etc. This ties into the big idea which is, it doesn't matter who you are or what you look like. It is okay to celebrate Christmas if you are not Christian, and it is okay to celebrate "Pig Day" if you are not a pig. ( )
  hollyjones | Sep 18, 2016 |
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