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Sir Pigglesworth's Adventures in Pigeon Forge: Sir Pigglesworth Adventure Series, Book 8 is a travel and adventure series for children, grades k-3, written by JoAnn Wagner and illustrated by David Darchicourt. Sir Pigglesworth couldn’t believe his luck when he got a personal invitation from Dolly herself to take part in her Dolly Parton Stampede Dinner Theater Finale. He figured he’d need to practice for his performance and pretended he was a bull as he ran at the dinner table and butted his mom in the process. Unfortunately, the bowl of gravy she was carrying upended and landed on top of his dad’s head, but the excited pig’s announcement helped his parents overlook the mess he just created. There was so much to do in Pigeon Forge, so many places to visit and adventures to be had. Before he knew it, Sir Pigglesworth was on his way to the airport where he met his friend JoAnn and two of her friends, who would be visiting Pigeon Forge along with them.
Sir Pigglesworth's Adventures in Pigeon Forge follows the exuberant piglet as he takes in the local sights, sounds, and rides while waiting to perform in Dolly’s Stampede. As usual, his friend JoAnn is there right alongside him as he dives into a banana split, plummets to earth at 77 mph on the Dropline Ride and rolls down a hill in a bubble -- and those are just some of the fun things he gets to do. I’m a big fan of Sir Pigglesworth and his ever-patient sidekick, JoAnn. His adventures are fun, educational and informative introductions to the travel/adventure genre for children. Darchicourt’s illustrations are masterful and hilarious all at once. I particularly enjoy seeing the facial expressions he gives Sir Pigglesworth and the other characters as well as experiencing the places visited through his artwork. While an exciting book for story-time, this tale is especially useful for getting kids ready for a trip to Pigeon Forge. It’s also a good primer for kids to try on their own. Sir Pigglesworth's Adventures in Pigeon Forge is most highly recommended.