by Carol Ann Gibson
Mother Pig tries very hard to teach her children how to be “good little pigs,” but headstrong Loopy has his own ideas about how to behave. However, one day he learns a hard lesson when he disobeys his mother’s directions and, because his mother prays a lot and the good Lord is always with him, soon learns the rewards of a family working, playing, and praying together.
Carol Ann Gibson’s heartwarming and wholesome story comes with lots of laughs straight from the belly and a subtle moral of how a family should pull together to get things done. Loopy will make you laugh and cry as you fall in love with this delightful little piglet!
About the Author: A native of Trenton, New Jersey, Carol Ann Gibson has lived in Micco, Florida, since 1988 with her husband, Roger, and works in a physician’s office in Vero Beach. A writer since she was a young girl, Ms. Gibson is currently isnpired to write for younger readers by her own two children, nine grandchildren, and two great-grandchildren. She loves to hear children laugh and to watch their faces and truly believes her ability and ideas are a gift from God. Her strong faith in the Lord also led her to become a deacon at the United Church of Sebastian.
(2003, paperback, 32 pages)