“Don’t Call Me Pig!” uses a delightful rhyme and clever colorful illustrations chock full of detail to tell the javelina’s story. What exactly is a javelina? The hairy little animal is shaped much like a pig. It has a snout like a pig. It makes grunting noises like a pig. But is it really a pig? No way. Is it some type of large, hairy rodent? Nope. Not at all. Not even close! Javelina is just one name for a creature that lives in large families and roams in herds across the Southwestern deserts. Collared Peccary is another. One thing is certain, after reading this amusing story, readers of all ages will know why they should never, ever call them pigs.
Author: Linda Gallo Hawley
This book is a resource guide for parents, teachers, and children focused on studying the animal and plant species found in San Diego County. It teaches the reader to develop …$ 12.95 Add to cart
Author: Carol Stout
Basic life-saving survival skills—can’t live without them. Parents teach their offspring, and sometimes the lessons and techniques may seem strange, especially in the animal world. Whatever it takes to stay …$ 9.95 Add to cart