© Larry Dane Brimner, Trustee, Brimner/Gregg Trust, 2015; Home Page Author Photo Credit: Roxyanne Young
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Nana’s Hog

When my nana rides through town, people stop. They point. They frown. They don’t think it’s granny-like to ride a hog through town. Larry likes to point out that when he wrote the text, he was  inspired by two elderly women, dressed in full motorcycle leathers, who roared through town on their Harley Davidsons. That the illustrator interpreted “hog” to mean the farm animal he finds amusing. This is a book about being yourself. PUBLICATION DATE: 1998; grades K-2. Publisher: (Scholastic/Children’s Press. Contact the publisher for a copy of the book.)
© Larry Dane Brimner, Trustee, Brimner/Gregg Trust, 2015; Home Page Author Photo Credit: Roxyanne Young
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Nana’s Hog

When my nana rides through town, people stop. They point. They frown. They don’t think it’s granny-like to ride a hog through town. Larry likes to point out that when he wrote the text, he was inspired by two elderly women, dressed in full motorcycle leathers, who roared through town on their Harley Davidsons. That the illustrator interpreted “hog” to mean the farm animal he finds amusing. This is a book about being yourself. PUBLICATION DATE: 1998; grades K-2. Publisher: (Scholastic/Children’s Press. Contact the publisher for a copy of the book.)