WRIGGLES, THE LITTLE WISHING PIG by Pauline Watson

WRIGGLES, THE LITTLE WISHING PIG

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KIRKUS REVIEW

Little pig Wriggles--who may be the only living creature who hasn't been over this course before--wishes unto himself a mouth like an alligator, legs like a crane, a tail like a kite (the nearest thing to imagination here), wings like a pelican--and, thus accoutered, repels his nearest and dearest. Then, regretting out loud that he ever heard the magic words ""Minou! Minou! Tee-Bay-Bay!,"" he becomes his own little piggy self again. Stale fare, unappetizingly pictured.

Pub Date: Oct. 1st, 1978
Publisher: Seabury