Author(s): Roger Hall
"Mother Pig is fed up with her lazy, disrespectful TV addictive piglets. She gives away the TV, packs their bags and reminds them to take their man-banks on their way out. The wolf, a land agent, sells each pig materials to build a home and comes back for an after-sales service call"--Publisher information. Includes a play for five participants at the end of the book.
Roger Hall (CNZM, QSO) is one of New Zealand’s most successful playwrights. He has also written
scripts for radio and television, and for children. His plays have toured widely and have been
performed at international venues; his biggest success the play Middle Age Spread that ran for 18
months in London’s West End and won the Laurence Olivier Award for Comedy of the Year (1979).
Roger Hall has been the recipient of many awards and fellowships in recognition of his work. This
is his second book with Scholastic NZ.
About the Illustrator
New Zealand-born writer and illustrator Errol McLeary now lives on the Gold Coast where he aims to focus only on projects that are dear to him.