I enjoyed this book, it was unusual. It is a true story about a pet pig but the owner has written it from the prespective of the pig. She was a much loved pet that was raised in the house, slept in thier bed and could turn the TV on and off with her nose, answer the phone and even went on vacation with them several times and caused quite a stir. When she out grew the house and had to move her out they were quite worried as she didn't know she was a pig or how to survive in the barn with the others.
A tale of love and dedication of her owners.
While Prisicilla the pig adds 'color' to the story by telling it, the events are all true.
Priscilla is the story of a very special pig who thinks she's a human. But when she has to leave her family and join the other pigs in the barn, Priscilla must find a way to win them over without losing the love of her Mama and Papa back in the house.
This book was very special to me as a kid--it sits alongside Charlotte's Web and Babe as a classic pig story.