The Peacock Who Wanted to Be a Pig: An Enhanced eBook on Perseverance

Winner of the 2015 Family Choice Award

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Publisher Description

This enhanced eBook series is a winner of the 2015 Family Choice Award (and the Kindle version hit #1 Best Seller on Amazon and won a Reader's Favorite Seal)!



Peacock's tail is so heavy his back hurts. When he sees Pig's tiny curly tail he decides becoming a pig will solve his problems. This idea sends him wading through mud, falling into slop, and begins a surprising new friendship. This is not a typical "Be content with who you are" book, but rather "Working hard toward a goal changes you into something more." Which is why in the end (don't spoil the surprise for your young reader!) Peacock turns into a PEAGLET! A metaphorical example of how we all change after accomplishing hard things.



Add to your cart this fully-illustrated children's picture book about overcoming difficulties with hard work, perseverance and friendship. Tapping the stars in this iBook launches over 65 animations with sound effects. Help Peacock swallow an apple core, jump into a mud hole, balance on a ball, and much more. The dramatized narration (with music) assists early readers as they listen to the narrator reading the words. And the sound effects engage the interest of kids 3-7.



Read more eBooks in this award winning series:

The Snake Who Wanted to Be a Horse

The Elephant Who Wanted to Be a Bee

The Leopard Who Wanted to Be a Monkey

The Alligator Who Wanted to Be a Dog

The T-Rex Who Wanted to Be a Long Neck

The Chipmunk Who Wanted to Be a Bear

The Hare Who Wanted to Be a Falcon

The Elephant Who Wanted to Be a Bee

The Spider Who Wanted to Be a Cricket

  • GENRE
    Kids
    RELEASED
    2013
    June 6
    LANGUAGE
    EN
    English
    LENGTH
    18
    Pages
    PUBLISHER
    Wantstobe
    SELLER
    Wantstobe
    SIZE
    19.8
    MB

    Customer Reviews

    Nick Pimento ,

    A funny tale or tail

    From beginning to end this book captures the imagination. My niece and nephews especially like the “snorts” in the text. Peacock is willing to try anything to become a pig and the mishaps that result make for some fun animations.

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