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ISBN:0939810026
Author: Colene Copeland
ISBN13: 978-0939810024
Title: Priscilla
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Language: English
Publisher: Jordan Valley Heritage House (August 1, 1981)

Priscilla by Colene Copeland



This book is true, the pig named Priscilla really could turn on the television and was house broken by a dog. I know this because I recieved the privilege of meeting the author Colene Copeland. The pig was allowed to sleep in the house and was even allowed on family vacations. When Priscilla out grew the house the author and "Papa," had to sleep with her on the first three days. they even brought another sow in to teach her to act like a pig. This book is funny and entertaining. 3 people found this helpful.

Priscilla was a real live pig-not a figment of my imagination. She was raised in the house, slept on our bed and could flip the television on and off with her nose. Our dog, Mitzi, "housebroke" Priscilla. Instead of getting a pig sitter, Priscilla was taken along on an unforgetable three week vacation trip. One day we realized our little pet had outgrown the house. Proble Priscilla was a real live pig-not a figment of my imagination. Instead of getting a pig sitter,.

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Download it once and read it on your Kindle device, PC, phones or. dwayneslandscape. com: Priscilla (): Colene Copeland: Books. The ground is very shaky because of Nanette Manoir's loud screaming. Everybody seems to be a weird blob of whatever colour their skin colour is.

Книга "Priscilla" (Colene Copeland) для скачивания! Priscilla, an injured runt pig, is taken into the farmhouse and nursed back to health by Papa and Mama. As she does so, be aware that although Priscilla adds color to the telling, the events in this book are true! Priscilla was a real live pig who was raised in the house, housebroken by watching the pet poodle, loved to take bubble baths, went on a road trip, and liked to watch the television, which she could turn on and off with her nose. Help us to make General-Ebooks better! Books with similar poster

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Reviews: 7
Coron
They don't write books like this any more, which is a shame! It's a sweet, pure little story about a little of who was raised by people and her adventures in a hog farm. I lived how kind and loving the owners were. It reminds me of Babe. Lovely little story, sad though.
MEGA FREEDY
Learning about Priscilla, her family and friends was very interesting. Good read. She was a good pig and very helpful and opened to life experiences.
Modifyn
A pig's eye view of life on the farm. Priscilla was raised as a pet, living in the house, house-trained to wipe her hooves before entering the house after playing outdoors. Unfortunately, she did not know she was a pig, and after she grew too large for living in the house it was necessary to move her to the barn where she would live with other pigs.

This is a charming story by the woman who actually raised Priscilla. It is written from the pig's viewpoint and is therefore a fiction, but the pig about whom it was written was real, and is reportedly as described, including her ability to turn on the television with her nose.

A fine story for children.

Joseph H. Pierre

author of The Road to Damascus and other books
Gaua
The book Priscilla is a fun, well written book. I wish that I had known about it when my stepson was young. I had a hard time interesting him in books, but I think this one would have won him over. It is based on a real pig and demonstrates just how smart pigs can be given the interactions with caring humans. I also liked that mama and papa did not allow any type of cruelty, or even ignorant handling when it came to their hogs. I will be buying these books for the next generation.
Raniconne
When I was in second grade the author of this book came to my school in Oregon and told us about her pet pig. Back in '88 it was very rare to hear that someone had a live-in pig, so her stories were outrageous and funny. I scraped together enough allowance to buy this book that day and she signed it for me saying "To Katie, Pig out on books!"
The story is about a pet pig who finds herself too big to live indoors, so her "Mama and Papa" set up a pen for her outside. Priscilla is a curious and thoughtful little pig with a cat and dog friend. She struggles to relate to other pigs and learns about friendship. This book is based off Colene's true stories with Priscilla.
Reighbyra
This book is true, the pig named Priscilla really could turn on the television and was house broken by a dog. I know this because I recieved the privilege of meeting the author Colene Copeland. The pig was allowed to sleep in the house and was even allowed on family vacations. When Priscilla out grew the house the author and "Papa," had to sleep with her on the first three days. they even brought another sow in to teach her to act like a pig. This book is funny and entertaining.
Keel
I know this author.. She turned down Disney because they wouldn't give her a contract that promised they would not change the story. It's a true story and thousands of children have read it. She tested it against Charlott's Web in all 50 states and 49 choose Priscilla. They loved this pig. She was almost human. The most fascinating story I've ever read.

Alice Monson
This is one of my all time favorite books, I remember meeting Mrs. C at school, where she read us the a couple of chapters of the book, I still have the copy that she signed for me (its only 35 years old). I read it to my son when he was small, and would so recommend it to others!