Jessie and her brother Joe live on Little Oak Farm, which is open to visitors every afternoon, so there’s always plenty to do and lots to learn…
It’s the first Pig Race of the year, and one of Jessie and Joe’s favourite days. It’s a competitive business, though, and brother and sisters are backing rival pigs…
When the visitors arrive there are rosettes to make and one little girl called Lucy is very determined that her pig will win….
Jessie is rather hard on Joe, and suddenly Lucy feels sorry for him and decides to support his ‘underpig’, Titch.
Then the race begins and when Titch wins everyone is delighted – Jessie makes it up with Joe and realises that biggest isn’t always best…
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Every afternoon, the farm where Jessie and Joe live is open for visitor. There's always lots to do but sometimes things don't quite go to plan, such as the time when a big argument nearly spoiled the piggy race!
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Book Description Picture Lions, 2000. Paperback. Book Condition: New. book. Bookseller Inventory # 1361538