Hi there, folks. It’s me Jenny and I’m here to talk about one of my favourite books called “Mrs. Piggle Wiggle”. The main line is Mrs. Piggle Wiggle cures these children who have big problems. Some of the problems include never wanting to go to bed, taking too small of a bite while you’re eating, and never wanting to take a bath. Their parents usually call Mrs. Piggle Wiggle and then she comes up with a cure. So, they’re not huge problems but they’re funny because Mrs. Piggle Wiggle cures are the weirdest cures you’ve ever heard of.
In this book that you see, Mrs. Piggle Wiggle uses normal everyday objects to cure children but in the other 2 books that I have, she uses magic for example, magic powder to cure 3 children who never hear the right thing. In that story, the children think it’s funny to come up with different words than what they hear. For example, they thought ‘falling in a coaster and bumping your head’ was ‘falling in a toaster and burnt up dead’.
I like these books because they’re written a long time ago and they’re very descriptive which I like because it helps me to imagine what’s going on. I think you’d really like these books.
Because they’re written a long time ago, they’re kind of odd because moms do all the cooking and cleaning and dads go to work and don’t do much. It’s not like that now because a lot moms go to work and a lot of dads take care of kids and so on and so forth. But, the books are still really neat to read because it lets you know what life was like a long time ago.
So, that’s it for now folkies and maybe you can go to your local book store and buy one of these books for your kid and maybe you will like these books and maybe you will get a Christmas tree.
That’s all for now!
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