FOR USE IN SCHOOLS AND LIBRARIES ONLY. John and Lorraine, two high school sophomores from unhappy homes, tell of their bizarre relationship with an old man named Mr. Pignati, whom they dub the Pigman.
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For sophomores John and Lorraine, the world feels meaningless; nothing is important. They certainly can never please their parents, and school is a chore. To pass the time, they play pranks on unsuspecting people. It's during one of these pranks that they meet the "Pigman"--a fat, balding old man with a zany smile plastered on his face. In spite of themselves, John and Lorraine soon find that they're caught up in Mr. Pignati's zest for life. In fact, they become so involved that they begin to destroy the only corner of the world that's ever mattered to them. Originally published in 1968, this novel by Pulitzer Prize-winning author Paul Zindel still sings with sharp emotion as John and Lorraine come to realize that "Our life would be what we made of it--nothing more, nothing less."From the Publisher:
Meet Mr. Pignati, a lonely old man with a beer belly and an awful secret. He's the Pigman, and he's got a great big twinkling smile. When John and Lorraine, two high school sophomores, meet Mr. Pignati, they learn his whole sad, zany story. They tell it right here in this book -- the truth, and nothing but the truth -- no matter how many people it shocks or hurts.
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Book Description RED FOX, 1993. Paperback. Book Condition: New. book. Bookseller Inventory # 0099184311
Book Description RED FOX, 1993. Paperback. Book Condition: New. book. Bookseller Inventory # 99184311