Rufus Leroy Williams III really, really, REALLY wants to learn to read. He’s ready for kindergarten. He even has a brand-new backpack! But there’s a small problem: Rufus is a pig.
“No pigs in school!” the principal says firmly.
How can Rufus convince Principal Lipid that he has what it takes to join the class?
Find out in this funny, inspiring story about one very tiny pig with one very big dream.
If you know anyone who has served in the Army and are looking for a book with substance, take a look at this book trailer for The U.S. Army: The Definitive Illustrated History. Available at Barnes & Noble, at BN.com (search for the ISBN number: 978-1-4027-9104-8) and though bookstores everywhere. It’s filled with photography of artifacts that they have never seen before, from West Point, The Army Heritage and Education Center in Carlisle, PA, from private collectors, and the Pentagon’s E-ring display cases. Couple that with a great design, a skillfully told history of the Army, and the bargain price under $20. Written by D.M. Giangreco, designed by Kevin Ullrich, published by Sterling Publishing, Inc..