Molly recently moved back to Texas where she is loving teaching 5th graders about literature and writing. Enjoying being back in the sunshine, she resides in Whitehouse with her family, 3 dogs, a guniea pig, and a leopard spotte Gecko enjoying writing, cooking and gardening.
The school year has started but the pigs have given up on school and aren’t doing their homework. All but one, that is. Smarty Pig is working hard. Although she gets teased, her report card shows her hard work, while the others fail. They reach out to her, and she becomes their tutor. By creating games in their home that practice skills, Smarty Pig shows them that they can learn, and it’s really fun after all. She helps them understand that learning is not just for school, it’s for life.
Smarty Pig helps again in Smarty Pig and the Test Taking Terror when the fear of taking a test shuts down Petey Pig.
David McPhail | 04/01/2012
As is often said: 'I only know what I like' and I do like your clever, and funny, and (best of all) thought-provoking story...Smarty Pig. (I wish I had come up with the idea myself)!
Matt | 30/11/2011
A really awesome book. This is what we need for kids to learn how to overcome the school days terror of learning. And best of all it's Fun. Can't wait for the next one.
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Smarty Pig and the Test Taking Terror
Petey Pig isn’t happy. He has a test tomorrow in school and doesn’t know what he will do. No matter how well he does his work, when he takes a test, he falls apart. Even his dream turns into a nightmare about it. Smarty Pig shows Petey two ways to feel better when he is about to take a test. One way calms him down and the other makes him smile. Together, they finally help Petey do his best on a test.
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