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ISBN: 1417659866 / ISBN-13: 9781417659869

The Pigman

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First published in America in 1968, this is the story of a lonely old man befriended by teenagers John and Lorraine, who have no idea of the effect ... Show synopsis

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  • The Pigman (Turtleback Books) – Hardcover (2005)
    by Paul Zindel

    The Pigman

    Hardcover, Turtleback Books
    2005
    English
    Turtleback School & Library ed.
    166 pages

    ISBN: 1417659866
    ISBN-13: 9781417659869

    For use in schools and libraries only. Two teenagers who lead unhappy lives at home form a strange relationship with a lonely old man.

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Reviews of The Pigman

Overall customer rating: 4.334
Hughmidor

School Book

by Hughmidor on Nov 13, 2010

I bought the books my kids will read this year. This was one of them. I wonder if anyone would read this if it was not assigned? I do not remember reading it in 8th grade. It was ok. The main characters are cynical like real people that I know. Unfortunately the things that happened are like what ... More

A. Moore

The Pigman.

by A. Moore on Sep 22, 2010

I loved this book when I read it as a young teen and I still love it, year later. Paul Zindel is one of my favorite authors. The Pigman, revolves around two teenagers named John and Lorrain misfits who find friendship with each other and a man named Mr. Pignati (hence the pigman) I absolutely love ... More

jmafairies22

These are two true highschoolers

by jmafairies22 on Apr 11, 2007

Paul Zindel captures the true essences of what it is like in high school. He writes of peer pressure and getting lost in only thinking of only yourself first. He characters are believable and relatable. His technique of hearing both sides of the story is unique and it works for this book. It is a five ... More

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