Look at a Book: The Princess and the Pig | Shanda McCloskey, Children's Illustrator & AuthorCan't see the preview? Click here! How to print the digital edition of Books for Keeps: click on this PDF file link - click on the printer icon in the top right of the screen to print. Thanks to Hodder Children's Books for their help with this cover. Mischief and mayhem are afoot in this subversive and witty fairy tale when a piglet and princess get accidentally swapped.
ISBN 13: 9780802723345
Originally published in Great Britain by Macmillan at my local bookstore. I was browsing for some inspiration and I found some with this book! I was so impressed by this very strong story paired with these very strong illustrations… Together they made MAGIC for me! This is a story of switched fates blamed on good AND bad fairies although there are no fairies in this book at all. This book is funny and serious with a large theme of fate and things working out for the better even if by accident or not.
Emmett has also written and paper-engineered several pop-up books including, Emergency Rescue and Tyrannosaurus Rocks. Jonathan Emmett was born in Leicestershire in Best known as a picture book author, his writing is inspired and influenced by the picture books he read as a child including Where the Wild Things Are by Maurice Sendak and The Cat in the Hat by Dr. Emmett developed his writing and illustration skills while at the University of Nottingham  studying architecture. He lives in Nottingham , England. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia.
Jonathan Emmett was born in Leicestershire in , the son of a factory fitter and a primary school teacher. Jonathan loved books from an early age and some of his earliest memories are of visiting his local library.
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