Houghton Mifflin Co.,
Getting onto the wrong school bus was the pig's first mistake. Her second was choosing to take the path through the forest. The next thing she knows, a wolf has grabbed her and thrown her into a sack, all the while singing a song about soup. Lucky for the pig, she's smart and can read. She stalls for all the time she can, but pretty soon she realizes she'll have to use the dreaded Hog-Eye stare: Hog-eye! Hog-eye! Magic stare! Make him itchy everywhere. On his nose and in his hair. Even in his underwear!
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|detailed_location_santafe||Main Childrens Picture Book|
|display_description||A young pig uses her ability to read to outwit a wolf that intends to eat her.|
|item_details||ils:.b11333844|.i1457942x|Main Childrens Picture Book|Fiction Meddaugh, S|||1|false|false|||||*CHECK SHELF*||me|||
|local_callnumber_santafe||Fiction Meddaugh, S|
|owning_library_santafe||Santa Fe Public Library|
|record_details||ils:.b11333844|Book|Books||English|Houghton Mifflin Co.,|1995.|32 p. : col. ill. ; 27 cm.|
|scoping_details_santafe||ils:.b11333844|.i1457942x|On Shelf|*CHECK SHELF*|false|true|true|false|false|true|999||||
|subject_facet||Pigs -- Fiction, Poison ivy -- Fiction, Reading -- Fiction, Wolves -- Fiction|
|title_full||Hog eye / written and illustrated by Susan Meddaugh|
|topic_facet||Pigs, Poison ivy, Reading, Wolves|