The world’s greediest pug won’t play fair, and he’ll do just about anything to win! Will Pig ever learn? He’s an absolute cheat and quite the sore loser as well. But when Pig challenges his foot-long playmate, Trevor, to a kibble eating contest, he accidentally stuffs more than just food in his mouth. Lucky for Pig, Trevor knows what to do and saves the day! Young readers will love Blabey’s irresistibly quirky illustrations that are paired with a relatable lesson about learning to play nice. For dog and pet lovers everywhere.
This dramatic dog book can be used in speech therapy to address the topic of playing fair and accepting loss during game play. It is also great for noticing character expressions and for targeting linguistic verbs as well as for /p/, /w/, /tr/, /v/, /g/ and /er/ sounds! Discover more of the speech and language teaching concepts for using Pig the Winner in speech therapy below: