Little Pig spends his days reading under his big oak tree. All seems well, he has his acorns, twigs and books, and Little Pig is content. Then one day he discovers three new words in a book, 'wish', 'change' and 'friend'. When he puts them together, an adventure unfolds and Little Pig's life changes, as he discovers the joy of making new friends and the value of companionship.
Ian Whybrow is well known for his original, humorous writing style. The bestselling Harry books have been incredibly popular: 'Harry and the Bucketful of Dinosaurs' was the Picture Book winner of the Sheffield Children's Book Award and shortlisted for the Children's Book Award. Another of Ian's titles, 'Quacky Quack Quack' (Walker) was shortlisted for the Smarties Prize. Ian lives in Harrow and is a regular visitor to Waterstones in Hereford. The illustrator - Tiphanie Beeke was shorlisted for the Mother Goose Award for illustration in 1997 for her first picture book, 'The Brand New Creature', published by Gullane Children's Books. She attended the Royal College of Art where she gained a Masters degree in Communication and Design (illustration). Tiphanie lives in France and her favourite bookshop is Heffers Children's Bookshop in Cambridge.