Pig 3: Pig, Duck, Cow and all the Sheeps are far away from their Farm and beloved Vegetarian Farmers. More fun, parps, slops and unbelievable adventure from this much-loved set of characters. Complete with illustrations throughout and printed in a unique diary format.
Publisher – Scholastic
Date Published – 4th February 2016
Pages – 224 pages
Format – Hardback
Category – MG Comedy
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Hi, my name is Corey, I am eleven and today I am doing a review on The Seriously Extra Ordinary Diary Of Pig!!!
After a game of ‘Wheres Woc?’ goes horribly wrong, Pig, Duck and Cow try to make things good again…they try to win their farmers a trophy!
But then cow gets captured by the evil Ivana Herchew!
Can Pig (with the help of some old and new friends along the way) save cow from being turned into a handbag!
Dum dum dum!
Read the book to find out!
This book is really funny and made me laugh out loud at Pigs adventures.
My favourite character was Pig! He is funny and makes me laugh! Especially when the pigeons cover him in bird poo and feathers so he looks like one of them! Lol
Duck is my second favourite character as he knows a lot of different languages!
Ivana is the baddy. She wears a long thin black suit and has black sunglasses and has teeny lips. She is EVIL! She tries to turn Pig, Duck, Cow and Kiki into handbags!!
My favourite part of the book was when they were escaping from Ivana’s mansion because the corn fields got set on fire and they tried to run. It was action paced!
This book was quite different from the other two books as the characters go on a boat to the ‘otherside’.
This was my favourite Pig book out of them all!
As you can see……
5 OUT OF 5 COREY CORNER BOOKS!
You can find Emer Stamp’s favourite Pig scenes here
About Emer Stamp
Emer Stamp is the author and illustrator of The Unbelievable Top Secret Diary of Pig. Emer grew up on a farm in Devon before training in graphic design and working for some of London’s top advertising agencies. She was the Creative Director for the Adam and Eve DDB communications agency, which creates advertisements for clients including John Lewis, Halifax, Cadbury’s and Save the Children. She lives in London.
Find out more on Emer’s website – here
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