It feels good to be a pig—so good that Piggy Wiglet escapes his pen and trots off to find some fun. “I think I’ll catch the sun,” he says. The other farm animals are appalled at his behavior. “Shame on you!” says the cow. “Bad pig!” says the duckling. “You’ll be caught, of course!” says the horse. Piggy Wiglet pays them no mind. Piggy goes into town, where animals and people are surprised to see him dancing and prancing. Soon everybody’s trying to catch Piggy Wiglet, who is trying to catch the sun. But what happens when the sun sets? David L. Harrison’s picture book in rhyme, with lively illustrations by Karen Stormer Brooks, is perfect for reading aloud and sharing with one child or an entire group.