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  • Come one, come all for this extraordinary debut for both Falconer and his unforgettable porcine heroine… Falconer’s choice to suggest Olivia with a minimum of details and a masterful black line allows readers to really identify with her-no doubt, they will. There’s a little bit of Olivia in everyone.
    –Publishers Weekly


  • Beaumont, Karen. I Ain’t Gonna Paint No More. Harcourt, 2005.
  • Cordell, Matthew. Trouble Gum. Feiwel & Friends, 2009.
  • Falconer, Ian. Olivia . . . and the Missing Toy. Atheneum, 2003.
  • Falconer, Ian. Olivia Forms a Band. Atheneum, 2006.
  • Falconer, Ian. Olivia Saves the Circus. Atheneum, 2001.
  • Feiffer, Jules. Bark, George. HarperCollins, 1999.
  • Hobbie, Holly. Toot & Puddle: You Are My Sunshine. Little, Brown, 1999. (And others in the Toot & Puddle series.)
  • Laden, Nina. Roberto the Insect Architect. Chronicle, 2000.
  • McPhail, David. Pig Pig Grows Up. Dutton, 1980. (And others in the Pig Pig series.)
  • Palatini, Margie. Piggie Pie. Clarion, 1995.
  • Pomerantz, Charlotte. The Piggy in the Puddle. Macmillan, 1974.
  • Rylant, Cynthia. Poppleton. Scholastic, 1997. (And others in the Poppleton series.)
  • Schachner, Judy. Skippyjon Jones. Dutton, 2003.
  • Van Leeuwen, Jean. Amanda Pig and Her Big Brother Oliver. Dial, 1982. (And others in the Amanda and Oliver Pig series.)
  • Wells, Rosemary. Max Cleans Up. Viking, 2000. (And others in the Max and Ruby series.)