MISS PIGGY by Gabriel Lisowski

MISS PIGGY

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KIRKUS REVIEW

In scratchy black line drawings--and, here and there, a vow few words that read like silent movie captions--two hungry wolves in tailcoats invite Miss Piggy to a picnic and then, when she finally realizes that she's to be the fare, chase her home through the woods. Miss Piggy escapes of course, dunking a wolf in the process. Lisowski doesn't show as much ingenuity in the story line, though his shaggy wolves reek of humbug and prim Miss Piggy is fetching in her gullibility.

Pub Date: Oct. 17th, 1977
Publisher: Holt, Rinehart & Winston