Pigs will be pigs: fun with math and money

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Aladdin Paperbacks, Aug 1, 1997 - Juvenile Fiction - 40 pages
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The pigs are very hungry, and there's no food in the house. Mr. Pig suggests eating out -- but oh, no! The Pigs are out of money!

So the family goes on a money hunt. In beds, under the carpet, even in the washing machine the coins and bills add up, and soon it's off to the Enchanted Enchilada.

How much money did the Pigs find? What can they afford to order from the menu? Join the fun and pig out on math and money concepts with the Pigs!

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This was a funny book with great illustrations. - Goodreads
They must save up for four meals at $7.99 each. - Goodreads
The pictures over power the text. - Goodreads
The font on the pages are very small. - Goodreads

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User Review  - Leiera Monae - Goodreads

Children's Reading Adventures Book Club, Summer 2014 *DEAR Time -- Read with 6 & 7 year olds* 06.10.2014 Read full review

Review: Pigs Will Be Pigs: Fun with Math and Money

User Review  - Nicole - Goodreads

This book's purpose is clearly to teach a math concept. My rating is based on enjoyment of the story. Not great to read for enjoyment, ok for teaching money I suppose. Read full review

About the author (1997)

Amy Axelrod and Jack E. Davis teamed up as author and illustrator on the first book about Max and his family, "My Last Chance Brother," which Booklist called "kooky" and "comical." Amy Axelrod is the author of the popular "Pigs Will Be Pigs" series.
Jack E. Davis has illustrated many other picture books, including "Marsupial Sue," by John Lithgow.

SHARON MCGINLEY-NALLY has illustrated all of the books in the Pigs Will Be Pigs math series. She lives in Gibraltar, Pennsylvania.

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