Curly McHoglet would love to be a member of PiPs (pigs in planes) and has applied almost one hundred times, but to no avail. Suddenly, just as he is being turned down, an emergency occurs – wing commander Oinks-Gruntington is stuck in a hole. Curly and the team are on, and also in. In for a lot of surprises, that is. Eggs have been stolen and amidst plenty of puns, the pigs go into action to recover the eggs and solve the mystery. With plenty of jokes and slapstick, the story races on to a successful conclusion for the pigs. Puzzles at the end of the book will further the enjoyment readers will have when tackling this book. The humour of the text is well matched by Dunton’s cartoon style illustrations. Although accessible to both sexes, I imagine that boys will enjoy this book more than girls.
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Illustrator: Trevor Dunton