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As usual, Browne has incorporated many symbols into his work to enhance whatever social issue he is aiming to highlight.In this story his use of pig imagery is a clear play on men as "chauvinist pigs" expecting the woman to cook, clean and dote on the men in their lives.This is a hilarious picture book, full of surprises and teasing visual jokes.

Every evening when they come home, the boys say, “Hurry up with the meal, Mom,” and Dad, busy reading the paper, adds, “Hurry up with the meal, old girl.” So Mom prepares dinner, does more chores, and makes lunches for the following day while the boys lounge on the chesterfield, in front of the TV. Mom is nowhere to be found, but she has left a note on the mantelpiece: You are pigs. “We’ll just have to root around and find some scraps,” snorted Mr. By the end of the book Mom has a huge smile on her face as she too, pitches in, in a way she never has before.Anthony Browne is the acclaimed author and illustrator of Gorilla (winner of the Kate Greenaway Medal) The Night Shimmy and Zoo (winner of the Kate Greenaway Medal.) The Shape Game was shortlisted for the Kate Greenaway Medal.Mr Piggott and his two sons behave like pigs to poor Mrs. Left to fend for themselves, the male Piggotts undergo some curious changes!Dad and the two boys consider it their right to make demands upon the only female in the household, thei Anthony Browne: named the UK’s Children’s Laureate in June, 2009.Dad and the two boys consider it their right to make demands upon the only female in the household, their mom. Piggott has a “very important job” and Simon and Patrick attend a “very important school” dressed in their British school uniforms. Her three piggy-boys, on their knees pleading for her to come back, see her for the first time as more than just “background”.

Every evening when they come home, the boys say, “Hurry up with the meal, Mom,” and Dad, busy reading the paper, adds, “Hurry up with the meal, old girl.” So Mom prepares dinner, does more chores, and makes lunches for the following day while the boys lounge on the chesterfield, in front of the TV. Mom is nowhere to be found, but she has left a note on the mantelpiece: You are pigs. “We’ll just have to root around and find some scraps,” snorted Mr. By the end of the book Mom has a huge smile on her face as she too, pitches in, in a way she never has before.Anthony Browne is the acclaimed author and illustrator of Gorilla (winner of the Kate Greenaway Medal) The Night Shimmy and Zoo (winner of the Kate Greenaway Medal.) The Shape Game was shortlisted for the Kate Greenaway Medal.Mr Piggott and his two sons behave like pigs to poor Mrs. Left to fend for themselves, the male Piggotts undergo some curious changes!Dad and the two boys consider it their right to make demands upon the only female in the household, thei Anthony Browne: named the UK’s Children’s Laureate in June, 2009.Dad and the two boys consider it their right to make demands upon the only female in the household, their mom. Piggott has a “very important job” and Simon and Patrick attend a “very important school” dressed in their British school uniforms. Her three piggy-boys, on their knees pleading for her to come back, see her for the first time as more than just “background”.Left to fend for themselves, the male Piggotts undergo some curious changes!