Pee Wee the piglet sneaks off to the county fair and is an overnight success. He wins his first race as a pig racer, and everyone cheers for him and wants his sutograph. But things change quickly. Being a superstar isn't as great as Pee Wee first thought, and there are many problems to deal with, including pushy agents, fickle fans, and long, lonely road trips. Will Pee Wee crack under the stresses of superstardom, or will he rise to the challenge and become the greatest racing pig of all time?
Jody Studdard is the author of several children's novels, including A Different Diamond, Fastpitch Fever, Escape from Dinosaur Planet, and The Sheriff of Sundown City. He is a graduate of Monroe High School (1989), the University of Washington (1993), and California Western School of Law (1995). In addition to writing, he is a practicing attorney with an office in Everett, Washington. He is a fan of the Seahawks, Storm, and Sounders FC.