The Pig Farmer
In this funny re-telling of a Hans Christian Andersen classic, a poor farm girl dreams of sharing her tiny kingdom with someone who makes her heart sing and her soul dance.
Adventurous Emily goes exploring by herself on her pony while on vacation and her father makes her promise that next time, as his “scout,” she will make sure she is prepared for emergency.
The Three Little Pigs Retold
We’ve always been told that the three little pigs were boys, but what if one was a girl?
Might Pigs Fly?
The Might brothers, Orswille and Willboar embark on a mission to be the first pigs to fly. With little help and a lot of hindrance from the other farmyard animals they create the ultimate flying contraption.
The Little Ladybird
In this traditional Portuguese folktale, adapted and translated by Dulce Rodrigues, a vain ladybird has a huge choice of suitors, but does she choose the right one?
Flying Piglets and the Big Bad Wolf
Three pigs develop bacon wings after a nuclear accident and attract teasing from other pigs and the unwanted attention of the big, bad wolf.
Pig Trouble for Little China
China and Burton quickly realise that they are very different from the other pigs on Frearson’s Farm.
Tom Tom the Piper’s Son
A lesson in the dangers of pork theft.
This Little Piggy
Classic nursery rhyme, must be used in conjunction with wiggling toes and tickling.
The Three Little Pigs
Three little pigs build houses to keep safe from the bad wolf, but he keeps trying to blow them down.
Grandma Reilly’s Pig
Shona is happy to own Grandma Reilly’s Pig, but is the pig happy with her?