Storytime: Sam Pig and his Fiddle

sampigfiddleYear: 1988
Author: Alison Uttley
Illustrator: Graham Percy

Sister Ann Pig sat in her rocking chair one find morning, darning a hole in somebody’s sock. As she put her needle in and out, she sang this ditty in a little squeaky voice:

There once was a young little, fat little, pig
Not very old, and not very big.
He used to be lazy, but now he must dig!
Hey Ho!
Hey Ho!
This fat little lazy pig!

Little Sam Pig lolled against the doorpost, chewing a straw, but when he heard Ann’s song he pricked up his ears.

‘Does she mean me?’ he asked himself. ‘She cannot mean me! Why, I am the youngest of the family. Surely Sister Ann doesn’t want me to do any work?’

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