Piggles likes to sing. She chooses the blues. Piggles likes to dance. She mostly moonwalks in the mud. Piggles likes to play with her friends. She prefers Pirates and Princesses. But most of all, Piggles loves to eat! What will Piggles choose? Can her friends help her make good choices? PIGGLES' CHOICE is the first in a series of feed tales from Chickin Feed - little books for little chickins to learn about building healthy habits. The first book introduces Piggles, a fun loving pig that would love to just eat treats! Her FARM GRUB friends (Farmer Goat, Lil' Chickin, La Vaca - the cow, Duckie and Horse) all work together to help her make good choices so that she can sing, and dance and play all day and t get the Snackcake Blues. PIGGLES' CHOICE teaches a very important, very memorable lesson - REAL FOOD, Growing Food, helps you grow strong. Treats go last, where they belong. Two special sections are included: Special Tips from the Nutrition Chick & our Not So Ho-Hum Curriculum featuring a PIGGLES PARTY. A digital download is also available for the song Snackcake Blues that Piggles and The Chickin Chorus sing on The Farm Grub Revue CD.
Katherine Moore loves to sing, play and create great songs that help children learn to be healthy and happy. Her outstanding writing, performing and producing talents can be found on the The FARM GRUB Revue CD. Her ability to teach young children through song and story have made her an important member of Chickin Feed's team. Katherine teaches at The Music Class in Atlanta, GA and co-leads The FARM GRUB Revue Performance Troupe - an afterschool enrichment program. Mark Braught is a talented illustrator with more than a quarter century of experience that has earned him awards from Communication Arts, American Advertising Federation, NY Art Directors Club and the Society of Illustrators among others. His illustrations can be seen in many children's books including P is for Peach, Cosmo's Moon, and more found at www.markbraught.com Mother Hen (Leslie Smith Grant) founded Chickin Feed in 2007 to find fun ways to help little chickins build healthy habits from scratch. Find out more at: www.chickinfeed.com