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What If, Pig?

You’re not going to find a more heartwarming and dynamic duo than Pig and Mouse! Join Pig as he learns how to turn his “what if” worries from anxiety to optimism, all with the help of his loving friend Mouse. Mouse has never had a friend quite like Pig. Pig is so incredibly kind, endlessly thoughtful and fabulously fun, but he also has a big secret…

he’s a tremendous worrier! When Pig gets the brilliant idea to throw a party for Mouse and their friends, he can’t help but think of everything that could possibly go wrong. After all, what if a lion eats all the invitations? What if nobody comes? Or worse, what if everyone comes and has an awful time? In this adorable story, Linzie Hunter’s charming, bright illustrations pair perfectly with her sweet and funny story about friendship and the endless wonder of “what if” that readers of all ages can relate to. This picture book is a great conversation starter in the home or classroom and a great way to talk to your children about worries or anxieties.

Perfect for boys, girls, families and anyone who has ever had a worry or a wobble!

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  1. Jo Brown

    What If, Pig? by Linzie Hunter.-‘A pig, a mouse and a whole wobble of worries’
    Pig is a very good friend to a lot of people, but he is also a worrier…When this threatens to spoil the party he has planned, his friend Mouse knows just what to do. A sweet story for overthinkers of all ages. I loved the illustration style, the characters and all the little details – check out the names on the invites- and the final scene where everyone else reveals their own insecurities is terrific – my favourite is ‘I worry that no one can tell I’m a horse’ an illustrator joke for sure.

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