PICNIC WITH PIGGINS by Jane Dyer

PICNIC WITH PIGGINS

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KIRKUS REVIEW

Piggins, looking more than ever like Hudson of Upstairs, Downstairs, is back in a second sophisticated mystery/spoof. This time Pierre Lapin and his three unmarried sisters join Piggins and two of the Reynard family's children, Rexy and Trixy, for a picnic. There seems to be some consternation when Rexy disappears, but the disappearance turns out to be a puzzled arranged for Piggins' amusement: it's his birthday. The Edwardian details are amusing, both in the text and as portrayed by Dyer. This will be in demand where the first book about Piggins was popular.
Pub Date: April 10th, 1988
ISBN: 0152615350
Page count: 36pp
Publisher: Harcourt Brace Jovanovich
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Kirkus Reviews Issue: March 15th, 1988




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