The Christmas Pig by J. K. Rowling

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The Christmas Pig is a children’s story that every adult should read.  It is 271 pages of fantasy, reality, and adventure that gently teaches messages of love and care for family, extended family, friends and our environment.

The Christmas Pig And Family

While not all children’s books deal with current events, this story touches on divorce, separation and family adjustments to today’s situations.  Extended families, cell phones, texting and children’s stress are all a part of this holiday season themed adventure.

No One Wants to be The Loser

The Christmas Pig by J. K. Rowling
Grab your cookies and milk and enjoy The Christmas Pig by J. K. Rowling

It is in the Land of the Lost where most of us will find much to relate to: lost keys, an earring, a sock, a plastic toy from a fast food restaurant that got tossed aside as soon as lunch was eaten.  J. K. Rowling has written a story that entertains and pokes at your conscience at the same time.

No one wants to be the Loser and yet it is very easy to fall into the trap and we don’t even realize how often we contribute to the mountain of stuff that is steadily growing in the Land of the Lost.

The Christmas Pig is easily read and understood at the fourth grade reading level; its message is clear and easily understood by even a toddler.  And the ending is not what you might expect!

The Christmas Pig by J. K. Rowling  Copyright 2021


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