Squeaky Clean by Simon Puttock

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Piglet One, Piglet Two, and Piglet Three just can't seem to keep clean. "Oh, you mucky piglets," Mama Pig says. "Tonight, you will have a bath."

But the three little piglets hate baths!

So Mama Pig swishes and swashes and adds lots of bubbles, then she plop-plop-plops three rubber ducks into the tub to make the best bathtime ever.

Filled with fun bathtime sounds, Squeaky Clean has adorable illustrations that will make kids wriggle and giggle and piggle with glee. And, like the piglets in the story, kids hate taking baths so parents will love the "bathtime is fun!" message.

 

About Simon Puttock

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Simon Puttock was born in New Zealand and, as a child, traveled all over the world with his family. He wanted to be a vet when he was little, but grew up to become a bookseller. He was particularly interested in children's books and was chosen to be a judge for the Whitbread Children's Book short list. He has since become a full-time writer, creating twenty-four children's books and winning the Early Years award at the Royal Mail Awards for Scottish Children's Books in 2006. Simon lives in Edinburgh, Scotland. Mary McQuillan has illustrated many children's picture booksMary McQuillan has illustrated many children's picture books, including two previously published Suzy Sue stories. , including two previously published Suzy Sue stories.
 
Published November 29, 2001 by Bodley Head Children's Books. 32 pages
Genres: Humor & Entertainment, Nature & Wildlife, Children's Books, Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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But she is surprised to find that her bath-time creativity may have backfired and that her piglets have decided that “ .

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Mrs. Pig entices her three bath-phobic children into the tub with bubbles and toy ducks and "splooshes" (" 'Please sploosh ME!' says Piglet Two").

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