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The Pig with the Runaway Tail – Adventure meets imagination

In the Pig with the Runaway Tail, Pongal the Pig sleeps all day and her tail decides to go on an adventure without her, she then goes on an adventure to find it. Each place she visits has it’s own set of perils. Join this fun book for improving reading with lots of sound effects children can have fun with sounding out and also find the tail hidden on each set of pages.

Sample Text from The Pig With the Runaway Tail

Pongal the pig loves sleeping. Sometimes she sleeps all day!
No wonder her tail gets bored easily.
One day, when Pongal wakes up from her afternoon nap, her tail is nowhere to be found. It has gone on an adventure without her!

The pig feels silly without a tail. So, she decides to go look for it.

SCRRRUNCH! “This forest is much too untidy!” Pongal says.
EEEK! She trips over a log.

DHADAAAM!
She falls into a bush.

“Has anybody seen my tail?” Pongal asks.
“Why don’t you try a mushroom tail instead?” Langur replies.
“HUMPH!” Pongal says. “But I want my own tail back!”
She goes to look for it somewhere else.

OOOOF! “This city is much too noisy!” Pongal says.
BEEP-BEEP! She dodges a zigzagging auto ricksha.
DRRING-DRRING! She tries to crawl under a bicycle.

“Has anybody seen my tail?” Pongal asks.
“Why don’t you try a balloon tail instead?” Crow replies.
“GAAAH!” Pongal says. “But I want my own tail back!” She goes to look for it somewhere else.

<End of sample text>

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