Princess Pigtoria And The Pea by Pamela Duncan Edwards

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An alliterative romp through the letter P with Pamela Duncan Edwards and Henry Cole, the team who brought us SOME SMUG SLUG, THE WORRYWARTS, FOUR FAMISHED FOXES AND FOSDYKE, DINORELLA, and more!

Princess Pigtoria's palace was a pigsty and she was penniless. Perhaps, if the prince proposed, she could make her palace picturesque again. If only Prince Proudfoot wasn't such a pompous porker.

A pretty new princess-and-the-pea picture book for little people who love preposterous play with the letter P!


About Pamela Duncan Edwards

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HENRY COLE was born on a dairy farm near Purcellville, Virginia, and was an adored elementary-school science teacher for 16 years. He has since illustrated over 80 popular picture books, including the multimillion-selling Moose series and other bestsellers. Mr. Cole has always loved art and science, which has made him a keen observer of details in nature. He now lives in both Florida and Virginia.
Published February 1, 2010 by Orchard Books. 40 pages
Genres: Humor & Entertainment, Nature & Wildlife, Children's Books.

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Not overly enthused by her first impression of the Prince, Pigtoria nonetheless follows the parlor maid to the guest apartment.

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