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Lady Lollipop

CRITICS HAVE SAID

  • The king’s befuddled face and Penelope’s stormy looks are delightful. Lollipop is shown with a sweetly confident expression as she goes about her pig activities, including happily depositing a bit of fertilizer on the queen’s roses…An appealing read-aloud for younger children and a satisfying chapter book for those a little older.
    –School Library Journal

IF YOU LOVE THIS BOOK, THEN TRY:

Birney, Betty G. The World According to Humphrey. Putnam, 2004.

Geras, Adele. The Cats of Cuckoo Square: Two Stories. Delacorte, 2001.

Haddix, Margaret Peterson. Say What? Simon & Schuster, 2004.

Howe, Deborah, and Howe, James. Bunnicula: A Rabbit-Tale of Mystery.Atheneum, 1979.

King-Smith, Dick. Babe, the Gallant Pig. Crown, 1985.

King-Smith, Dick. Clever Lollipop. Candlewick, 2003.

King-Smith, Dick. Harriet’s Hare. Crown, 1995.

King-Smith, Dick. Pigs Might Fly. Viking, 1982.

King-Smith, Dick. The School Mouse. Little, Brown, 1995.

MacDonald, Betty. Mrs. Piggle-Wiggle. Lippincott, 1975. (And others in the Mrs. Piggle-Wiggle series.)

O’Brien, Anne Sibley. The Princess and the Beggar: A Korean Folktale. Scholastic, 1993.

Quindlen, Anna. Happily Ever After. Viking, 1997.

Robb, Laura. Snuffles and Snouts. Dial, 1995.

White, E. B. Charlotte’s Web. HarperCollins, 1952.