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Arnold the Cute Little Pig with Personality

Rated 4.33 out of 5 based on 3 customer ratings
(4 customer reviews)

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Arnold, the Cute Little Pig with Personality, a 5-star Reader’s Favorite, is about Lisa’s real pet pig Arnold. He was full of personality and everyone loved him. Especially as he sang his little “oink” songs. Arnold had one major problem, he loved to eat and everyone loved to feed him. So Mom tries to teach Arnold that fruits and veggies are yummy. He even learns that exercise is fun by playing outside with the horses. Even though being healthy is good for you it’s okay to have an occasional cookie as a treat!

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From the award-winning best selling author of Wings and Feet, Bart’s Escape Out the Gate, David’s Christmas Wish this is Lisa’s first children’s book. Arnold, the Cute Little Pig with Personality, a 5-start Reader’s Favorite, is about her real pet pig Arnold. He was full of personality and everyone loved him. Especially as he sang his little “oink” songs.

They thought he was such a cute little pig when he begged for food by oinking a little tune,

so they gave him tacos, burgers, fries, and pizza. 

They laughed as he oinked with pleasure.

Arnold had one major problem, he loved to eat and everyone loved to feed him. So Mom tries to teach Arnold that fruits and veggies are yummy. He even learns that exercise is fun by playing outside with the horses. Even though being healthy is good for you it’s okay to have an occasional cookie as a treat!

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4 reviews for Arnold the Cute Little Pig with Personality

  1. Mamta Madhavan for Reader’s Favorite

    It was Mother’s Day and Mom wanted a pig as a present in the storybook Arnold The Cute Little Pig With Personality by Lisa Reinicke. Her two little boys found a pig for her and she named it Arnold. Not only did Arnold have a great personality, but he had a great appetite too. Arnold was always after food and he liked to eat trash. Arnold grew until he did not fit into his playpen anymore. He was sent to the yard and Arnold loved playing there all day long. Arnold was slowly getting chubby and was made to stay in the barn so that he would stay out of trouble. One night he ate a whole bag of horse oats and he was so full that he could not move. How did his mom react and what did she do?

    The story is adorable and children will love Arnold’s character, even more, when they get to know that it is based on the author’s cute little pet pig. The illustrations are bright and colorful and they capture the personality of the cute little pig very nicely. The pictures also breathe life into the scenes and make them vivid to young readers. I like the manner in which the author weaves in the message of eating healthily and exercising through the story of Arnold. It is always good to convey messages, ideas, and concepts to children with the help of stories, illustrations, and interesting characters, and this story does just that.

  2. Rated 5 out of 5

    Samantha

    My daughter loved this cute little story, especially since it was about a real little piggy. And how this cute little piggy would go around singing his oink songs for food. I loved that Lisa had her son draw the pictures, and that there were real pictures of the little piggy in the back of the book. This is a book that will be read over and over in our household.

  3. Rated 4 out of 5

    Ella Bianchi

    I thought this was a very cute read! In the end, there is a little dedication to Reinicke’s little pig named Arnold who Arnold: The Cute Little Pig with Personality is based on, and I thought that was a nice, little personal touch added at the end. This is definitely a book a child that likes animals, or specifically pigs, would enjoy.

  4. Rated 4 out of 5

    Mainely Stories

    This is a super cute story about a real pig, a charming pig with personality and a BIG APPETITE. He came to live with a real family when two boys bought him for their mom for Mother’s Day. Arnold certainly has something to learn about food and he does learn this lesson when he made a big mistake!

    Bright and vivid artwork along with photographs of the real “Arnold” bring this story to life and make it real for young children. The writing is lyrical and will keep the attention of children who enjoy words could easily be put to song.

    The bright colors are attractive to children and the story brings with it a message about “eating to live, rather than living to eat”.

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