Big Pig is John Henry's cherished piglet. But there comes a time in every piglet's life when new experiences and places must be faced, so Big Pig is moved out to the pighouse. But Big Pig is cold and lonely, and wants to return home. John Henry does his best to ease the transition for his oversized piglet and Big Pig does ultimately learn to be more independent -'for that's what big pigs do'- but will John Henry learn to live on his own, too? This warm, reassuring tale about growing up will charm children and grown-ups alike!
John Bendall-Brunello has been working as a children's book illustrator for over 25 years, and has worked with top publishers in the UK and US with co-editions in nearly every country in the world. He has worked alongside prestigious authors such as Dick King Smith and Martin Waddell, and some of his books, such as My Goose Betsy and I Love You This Much havMore about John Bendall-Brunello