Lily to the Rescue: Two Little Piggies
Like the first of its kind, the second volume of the Lily to the Rescue series is a phenomenal first-person book. The story shows a rescue dog who helps his people find two piglets that are lost in a gas station. The book is harder to follow than the first one because it is a faster-paced, less descriptive book. This is why I did not give it five stars. The rescue dog, Lily has an interesting understanding of the world and it seems that her thoughts are realistic. Like the first book, this book, Lily to the Rescue: Two Little Piggies is a good early chapter book. It also is cleverly written so it seems possible but improbable. The pigs are not shown to be model farm animals; they squeal and chase. This book is interesting in part because Lily gets a taste of jealousy and learns that babies are a lot of work. Most young animal lovers will enjoy this book. This book is of a lower quality but yet very interesting volume compared to the first book.
|Author||W. Bruce Cameron, with illustration by Jennifer L. Meyer|
|Page Count||128 pages|
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