Submitted by Ms. Catherine!
Sometimes, when you are different from the rest of your family members, you can feel out of place. In Little Pink Pup by Johanna Kerby we meet Pink, a premature piglet who just didn’t fit in with his pig family. His brothers and sisters were simply too big, and Pink could never get enough food. But while Pink didn’t fit with his piglet brothers and sisters, he was the perfect size to move into the house. Tink the family dog had just had a litter of pups and welcomed a foster pig too! Pink fit right in with his new dachshund brothers and sisters. The puppies were just the right size for him to play with. And, while he didn’t look anything like his new siblings, no one minded in the least! Eventually, Pink moved back out to the barn with the other pigs, but his doggie friends still come to visit and play. Pink’s story is true, and Little Pink Pup is filled with photographs of Pink and his family as they eat, sleep, grow, and play together. This is a wonderful book for any child who loves animals and wants to see real pictures of piglets and puppies. It can also be a nice story for any child who is feeling out of place, and needs a reminder that no matter how different you are there is always a place in the family for you. See this book listed in our catlog