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405) Jared 
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3-15-2012 07:28 AM Write a comment

Dear Mr. Paul Zindel,
I have just finnished The Pigman. It was a great book. The Pigman was my favorite character because he was very nice and open hearted. I did not want him to die but I think it made the book more interesting.
The teens in your book acted like a lot of teens do now days. John was a wild boy who drank and smoked. Lorraine was a nice girl who was also sneaky.
The book was straight forward and easy to read. I enjoyed this book and I look forward to reading another one of your books.

Emily B.(: 3-15-2012 07:32 AM
This is very true. He did a very good job in making an accurate accout of "teen life". I also enjoyed how the book was straight forward and easy to read. It would be nice to read another one of his novels.

Sydney S. 3-15-2012 07:33 AM
I agree with you on how the teens in the book acted like teens today. The book WAS straight forward and easy to read and I like that. Your descriptions of the pigman, John, and Lorraine were very accurate.

Reed H. 3-15-2012 07:34 AM
Jared, your comment hit the nail on the head. I could not have said it any better myself. Although I didnt see Lorraine being sneaky.

T. Kersey 3-15-2012 07:37 AM
I'm not the best reader so I liked how The Pigman was easy to read. It was also entertaining, so reading it was great. The Pigman wasn't my favorite character, but I liked how his attitude on life was. He was open hearted and kind.
404) Skyler 
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3-15-2012 07:27 AM Write a comment

I read the Pigman and I loved it. It showed some of the true lifes of teens and what they may go through today. My favorite character is John. I like him for the simple reason that he is not scared. He's not scared to say what he thinks or to say his opinion. He speaks his mind. Even though he does have a lot of trouble in his life he still handles it as though I would have myself. He isn't scared to do what he thinks is right.
The setting of the pigman was in New York. Lorraine and John mostly spent most of their time in the book at the Pigman's house.If I was though to add anything I think I would have added some more detail to the setting in the book, and to the end. I enjoyed the end though because it did give a mystery to the whole story. It made you wonder what is going to happen to Lorraine and John when they get home.
The theme of the story realated to me in a odd way. The theme that I related to was "Enjoy the little things." Lorraine and John both in the the book didn't have much. A simple phone book and a phone made them happy. I try my best in life to enjoy the things that God gave me and live life to the fullest with them.
The one thing I wanted to know more about though was the kiss between Lorraine and John. Even though the kiss was awkard, and the author did speak some about it I still wanted to know where the realtionship ever went in their situation. I loved the book, but I just thought that he should added little more.

Maya :) 3-15-2012 07:32 AM
Skyler
I agree with you how about The Theme Is enjoy the little things. Everyone should do that in life.

T. Kersey 3-15-2012 07:34 AM
I liked John too. It's important to speak your mind. I thought the kiss was awkward. It also didn't evolve to anything else in their relationship.

Min K. 3-15-2012 07:35 AM
Yeah I agree with you, The relationship was only a small part of the book, and it felt weird not knowing what happened to that. I also felt that the setting was just there to be there; however, I still enjoyed this book.

Kensley S. 3-15-2012 07:36 AM
I loved this book too, it really does show the life if teens today. I liked John also, he was cool and when he wrote the chapters it made me want to keep reading. I agree with what you would add, I wanted to know what happened to John and Lorraine in the future and when they got home that day. Enjoy the little things is a good theme that I didn't think of, it is something everyone should try to live by.
403) Kensley S. 
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3-15-2012 07:25 AM Write a comment

After reading the book "The Pigman" I have the following thoughts.
I liked how John and Lorraine are opposites with completly different personalities but are still very close friends. They help each other realize things that they would not otherwize discover on their own.
I liked the setting in New York. John and Lorraine were mostly at the Pigman's house and the zoo when things happened. The Pigman's house was described well and it seemed like John and Lorraine liked it. They were at their homes at night to sleep but that was pretty much it, they left when they could.
I liked the way that the book ended. I knew that Mr. Pignati was going to die and I liked the way he ended the relationship between John and Lorraine, it was sweet.
I think that take reponsibility for your actions is a good theme for the novel "The Pigman." I can relate to this theme because I don't always admit to what I do and this book has made me realize that I need to.
I thought that the book was pretty clear and easy to follow/understand. It went in order and it was not at all confusing. He did a great job.
"The Pigman" needed some chapters from the Pigmans perspective. That way we would know what he though, felt, and wondered about John, Lorraine, his wife, his heart attack, the party, etc.

Skyler:) 3-15-2012 07:39 AM
I totally agree that the ending was very sweet. I loved also the way their realtionship ended with the Pigman. Take responsibility is also a great theme for this book. I think if you feel as though that you are the only one that will take responsibility, you should step up.
402) Patrick-B 
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3-15-2012 07:23 AM Write a comment

Dear Paul,
I think The Pigman has an accurate potrayal of teenage life. John and Lorraine lying to their parents, skipping school, and drinking all portray the rebellious side of every teen. The point of view in the book was very interesting. You could have one opinion in one chapter and the next one would give you a completely different opinion.I understood just about everything pretty well. I think it was very well layed out.Overall, this book was a literary masterpiece.

Emilyy(: 3-15-2012 07:29 AM
I agree, this was a VERY accurate account of our teenage lives, even though the book was set in the 60's. Paul Zindel did an excellent job writing and creating this novel! The way the point of view was written helped me understand everything also. This book was a "literary masterpeice"
401) Nicole :) 
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3-15-2012 07:21 AM Write a comment

I enjoyed reading The Pigman. It taught me some valuable lessons that are needed for everyday life. I really loved how the characters were layed out so that people could connect with them. Lots of people have family issues like John and Lorraine did.

Something that i would like was if there was another book that either continued on or went back into Mr. Pignati's past. Also I want to know how Conchetta died, which goes along to what I said before about writting another book.

I really think the book kind of ended abruptly, there should have been a funeral for Mr. Pignati. Also I think John and Lorraine should have developed some kind of relationship (other than being just friends) before it ended.

The Character I enjoyed the most was John. He was always layed back and easy going. He lives life to the fullest and enjoys life pretty much. Lorraine on the other hand kind of got on my nerves, she was really picky, and almost nerdy, but i felt sorry for her. Mr. Pignati taught almost everyone who read the book to be happy even on the worst of days, because he was always smiling, but on the inside he could have been suffering over missing is wife or something else.

Overall this book was really great! It taught me lessons that I am going to try to keep for the rest of my life! :)
400) Emily B 
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3-15-2012 07:21 AM Write a comment

Dear Paul,
Our class recently read your novel, "The Pigman". The book had many great life lessons that were easy to relate to. I loved how you had two narrarators. This allowed me to get multiple perspectives of the events that took place. I really wish that Mr. Pignati lived,that is the only thing I would've changed. Other than that this novel was excellent for teen and adult readers.
-Emily

Maya :) 3-15-2012 07:29 AM
Emily,
I agree about having the two narrarators it helped me understand the book much better
399) Min K. 
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3-15-2012 07:17 AM Write a comment

Dear Paul Zindel,
My favorite character in your book was John because he was a "bathroom bomber." He cared about the action and he was care-free.
In my opinion, the setting went well with what happened in the book. The conclusion of the book was good. I didn't enjoy the fact that Mr. Pignati died though.
The theme of the book was depressing for me, as death isn't particularly "fun." The theme did not take away from how good the book was.
I did not understand how Mr. Pignati believed that John and Lorraine were actually charity workers, and I would like to know what happened to John and Lorraine after this incidence with Mr. Pignati.

Patrick B 3-15-2012 07:30 AM
The theme was a bit dark, but I think that it went well with the story. Maybe that is just me, because I like stuff like that. I found the part about the bathroom bombing funny too.
398) Spell 
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3-15-2012 07:16 AM Write a comment

When i finished the book there were serveral things I wanted to share.
I liked that John and Lorraine had completley different personalities, but they were still best friends. I also thought that having John, Lorraine and Mr. Pignati all seem "lonely" was a good idea in a sense. It made the book flow really well. They could all relate to each other while they were feeling down.
There were also some things that I didn't understand. I didn't quite get why John was looking for some proof of afterlife. Was he trying to prove it for pleasure, or was there reasoning behind it? Could it possibly be becasuse he wanted to see Mr. Pignati again? I can't seem to figure it out.
I disliked some things as well. I didn't like the ending. Mr. Pignati brought joy to those two kids lives and then he is gone just like that. It doesn't seem fair, but I guess life is not fair. Even Bobo died! I thought you might would have left him alive so they would have something to remember him by. I guess not though. All they have is each other now. They have to live like that for the rest of their lives or until they move away.
All in all I enjoyed the book.
397) Reed H. 
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3-15-2012 07:14 AM Write a comment

Dear Mr. Paul Zindel,
I think your book, The Pigman is amazing, although there are a few complicated parts. I liked John's character because he is very realistic. You can relate to him, especially if you are a teenager.
I think the older setting made things less understandable because it is not our time frame. If it was more modern maybe it would be better.
I think the story would be better if The Pigman didnt die and adopted the kids. I can relate to the story because of the primary age group.
A section you could clarify would be their first trip to the zoo, that is complicated and confusing to me. Insteaad of having a sad ending, have a happy one, everyone likes those.

Mackenzie 3-15-2012 07:17 AM
Yeah. I was confused about the first zoo trip too.

Sydney S. 3-15-2012 07:18 AM
Reed, I enjoy happy endings also. They are nice.

Min K. 3-15-2012 07:30 AM
I think that having a more modern setting would not fit when this book was published. I could still relate to this book regardless of the older setting. Teens back then had the same problems we have today, the only difference is that there is very little reference to any technology whatsoever.

Nicole :) 3-15-2012 07:30 AM
I really like Johns character too, he lives life to the fullest and is very easy going. I also think that teens can relate to him, specially if you have family issues. It would be better if Mr. Pignati lived!!!! That would be a happy ending like you said. Everyone likes those, especially me!

Patrick B 3-15-2012 07:36 AM
John's character may have been the book's best attribute. Putting it in a modern setting would not do that character justice. John is a rebel. He couldn't do half the things now that he did in the book to display his nature; drinking for example.

Jared 3-15-2012 07:41 AM
I agree about some of the things. There were some confusing parts in the story. I also think it would be a better book if Pigman did not die and adopted the kids.
396) Madison M 
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3-15-2012 07:14 AM Write a comment

After reading the book, the Pigman, I have thought deeply about some things. The character that I like most would be John, because when I look at his life it makes me think of mine. The setting of the story goes magnificent with the backround story. The conclusion of the book was excellent. It did not end "happily ever after" like most books. It had a realistic ending. I can relate to the theme of the book because it is mostly about family and friendship, and how important they are in our lives. Also, one of the themes, "live life to the fullest",relates to me because I have tried my best to live my life to the fullest. Although this book is magnificent, I think you should have added how the wife died. It would have made the book even more intresting then it already is. Over all this is an excelletn book, and one of the best books I have ever read.

Sydney S. 3-15-2012 07:17 AM
I like hoqw you described the book as "magnificent". I also think it is good you related personal stuff into your comment.

Maya :) 3-15-2012 07:18 AM
Hi Madison, you have a very interesting opinion on the pigman. I agree that he should have included how Mr.Pignati's wife died it would have made the book even more interesting.
395) Sydney S. 
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3-15-2012 07:14 AM Write a comment

Dear Paul,
I recently read your book "The Pigman". The book contained good meaning and life lessons. I enjoyed the book but there are some things I would have done differently if I had written the book. I really like how the book was from two different points of view so you got to see how situations are viewed from the eyes of a reckless boy, and a conservative girl.
With all due respect,
Sydney

Reed H. 3-15-2012 07:17 AM
Yeah I liked how the story was portrayed too.
394) Mackenzie 
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3-15-2012 07:14 AM Write a comment

Dear Mr.Zendel,
After reading the Pigman, I had the following thoughts:
I liked the Pigman's character because he treated Lorraine and John so nice. I mean, why would anyone buy things for practically strangers? Not me!

I also liked how you made the setting of the story be about two teenagers. It's important to show the views of many different people.

I did not like the conclusion. It seemed a bit rushed, as we find out Bobo dies, and then right on the spot, Mr. Pignati dies too! It made me feel like you just killed off the characters just to end the story.

I can relate to how lonely people are brought together. When I'm lonely and have no one to talk to, I usually end up finding someone who feels the same way! Then I gain a new friend, and I'm not lonely anymore.

I was confused by why John's mother was always acting so wierd. She acted like a complete maniac!

I wish you would have told us what happened to John and Lorraine after Mr. Pignati died. It would make the ending seem not so abrupt.
Thanks!

Sincerely, Mackenzie

Madison M 3-15-2012 07:19 AM
I was confused about why John's mother was acting weird too. I can also relate to how lonely people are brought together. I wish that Mr.Zendel would have put what had happened to John and Lorraine too. I also wished that he had put what happened to Mr.Pignati's wife.

Min K. 3-15-2012 07:19 AM
I don't think that the conclusion was rushed. I think it was a bit depressing that Mr. Pignati died, but Bobo's death was already anticipated after Mr. Pignati mentioned him being sick and not wanting to eat his peanuts.
393) Maya :) 
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3-15-2012 07:08 AM Write a comment

Hi Paul,Your book The Pigman was very good. If I could change anything about the story it would have been the ending. I wish you would have shown how John and Lorraine coped after the pigman died. I also wanted to know if Lorriane and John ever became more than just friends.Other than the ending i thought the book was very good and entertaing.

Mackenzie 3-15-2012 07:15 AM
I wanted to know what happened after too. It felt like the end was too quick!

Emily(: 3-15-2012 07:24 AM
I feel the same way! The beginng, middle, and climax of the book were great! The ending just didn't live up t the standards that were set earlierin the book.
392) Mrs. Edwards 
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3-15-2012 07:06 AM Write a comment

Both my 7th & 8th grade students have read The Pigman this year. They enjoyed the story and many commented that they couldn't put the book down. Not only did the book teach the literary elements of characterization, plot and theme, but I felt the novel held some valuable life lessons for adolescents.

Bailey 3-15-2012 07:29 AM
Hey Mrs. Edwards I did enjoy this book a lot. I learned a lot of lessons out of this book like taking responsibilty and not lying. The author did a really good job about portraying how teens are in the world today. I hope to read more books that are by Paul Zindel in the future.
391) Bailey 
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3-15-2012 07:04 AM Write a comment

Dear Mr. Paul Zindal:
My Language Arts chose your book as our class novel and I’m not an avid reader, but I really enjoyed your book. It was really hard for me to put it down after I finished the chapters that were assigned for the night. I was able to relate to many themes in your book, but the one that I related to the most would probably have to be not to lie. When I was little I used to lie all the time and thought that wasn’t a bad thing. I soon realized that that wasn’t good. After reading your book it helped me with telling the truth is the nobler thing to do.
John Conlan would have to be the character that I enjoyed the most. I always was anxious to read the chapters where he had wrote them. He is also like many people in our society today who helped me connect to this book better. I think that without him in this book it would be hard for people to see what kids in the 21st Century are like. He had a real impact on the conflicts of the story, which helped me stay interested.
I’m really glad that our classed chose this as our class novel and I hope that in the future my English classes will decide to read more of your books. I assume that they will be as intriguing as The Pigman. So one of your other books is next on my list of books to read.

T. Kersey 3-15-2012 07:12 AM
I liked John the best too.

spell 3-15-2012 07:18 AM
John was by far the best out of all the characters. He related to most teenagers today.

Min K. 3-15-2012 07:21 AM
And he bombed bathrooms. He was my favorite.

Kensley S. 3-15-2012 07:30 AM
I liked your use of the word avid, very nice. I liked the book too and it was pretty hard to put down. The chapters left you wanting to keep reading to see what happened. I might would like to read another Paul Zindel book too, if all his books are like this then I might like some of them.

Skyler:) 3-15-2012 07:35 AM
I also loved John. He was my favorite for that reason also. In his chapters he told it as it is and what he thought, point blank. I think without those chapters the book would definitely not be as good. I probably would not have even liked the story without his benefit to it.
390) Judy Crozier 
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3-9-2012 02:16 PM Write a comment

Dear Paul,

I miss you terribly. You were the most extraordinary teacher and friend. I refer to all the notes I took from class and our emails. I can never thank you enough for all that you taught me.

Judy Crozier
USC - Master of Professional Writing


PS - David - thank you so much for creating this website. I wanted to contact you and your sister after your dads passing - but just did not know what to say. I am so very sorry for your loss.
389) Mrs. Davis 2nd Block 
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3-8-2012 09:26 AM Write a comment

Dear Mr.Zindel
Our second block class enjoyed your book The Pigman. 0ur teacher, Mrs.Davis, read the book to us which let us comprehend it a whole lot more. The book touched all of us in an emotional way. Most of us could really connect to the characters in some personal way also. We just wanted to write you and say thanks for writing such an amazing book. But before we end this letter we do have a question: where did you get the idea for Bobo the baboon?
Sincerely, Mrs.Davis' second block class

T. Kersey 3-15-2012 07:11 AM
Some people in my class wondered the same thing.

Spell 3-15-2012 07:20 AM
I also wondered why he put bobo the baboon in the book. That was another thing that interested me.

Reed H. 3-15-2012 07:22 AM
Yeah I wanna know what caused that idea too.
388) Evelyn M Leirer Doermann 
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3-6-2012 07:24 PM Write a comment

I knew Paul Zindel at Wagner College. I was saddened to hear of his passing. RIP Paul.

Bailey 3-15-2012 07:10 AM
It is sad that Mr. Paul Zindel died. He was a great author even though I only read one of his books. I read the Pigman as a class novel and I was always anxious to read the next chapter of the book. He will be missed by everyone who knew him.
387) Alex Atchison 
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1-28-2012 11:23 AM Write a comment

When I read "The Pigman", I was stunned. I had never read such a powerful book that was depressing yet comforting ever before. I almost broke out into tears when I had read the ending, but was happy that I knew the Pigman was back with his wife and Bobo again.

Last night, I just finished "The Pigman and Me" and found it just as great. I'll start reading "The Pigman's Legacy" when I have a chance. Thank you, Mr. Zindel for providing the world with such classic novels.

Madison M 3-15-2012 07:24 AM
I also, was stunned after reading the book. I was completely saddened about the death of the Pigman and of Bobo. I am looking forward to reading "The Pigman and Me". I am hoping it will be just as great as "The Pigman".

Nicole :) 3-15-2012 07:27 AM
I too was stunned at the ending, and i agree that it was very depressing. When Mr. Pignati passed it was almost like it was real. I wish he wouldn't have died, it would have been better with him alive.

And i think i may read "The Pigman and Me", it sounds like it would be really great!
386) icestyactioff 
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12-6-2011 08:09 AM Write a comment

Thanks for the recommendations
385) mike hessle 
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11-10-2011 08:36 AM Write a comment

i am reading the doom stone beacuse my friend grayson told me to and i love it
384) Grayson Hart 
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houston tx
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11-9-2011 06:07 PM Write a comment

i just found some awsome pictures of you and stuff and im putting them on my report
383) Grayson hart 
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11-9-2011 08:48 AM Write a comment

dear mr zindel i am doing a report on reef of death and i loved it its one of the best books i have ever read
382) Doug Trainer 
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11-5-2011 04:42 PM Write a comment

I really need to put up a site like this one. It really is nice.
381) Cydney 
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Montebello, Ca.
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11-2-2011 07:26 PM Write a comment

Dear Mr. Zindel, 11/3/11
Iam writing you this letter to let you know how much I enjoyed your book "The Pigman. I am currently a 9th grade student and I have finished reading your book for a book report. This book was recommended to me by my mother who also read it back in high school.Once I began reading the first chapter I was hooked. One of the questions I would like to ask you is: What inspired you to write about an old man who was picked on by two teens? I look forward to reading more of your books! Sincerely, Cydney
380) SANDY 
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BOYNTON BEACH FLORIDA
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10-27-2011 07:56 AM Write a comment

WHO WS IN THE ORIGINAL CAST OF THE PLAY "EFFECTS OF GAMMA RAYS ......?
i SAW IT WHEN IT WAS ORIGINALLY PRODUCED AND WILL SEE IT AGAIN AT ITS REVIVAL HERE IN FLORIDA, BUT WONDER WHO WAS IN IT. i SEEM TO REMEBER WOODY ALLEN.
AM I CORRECT?
379) Alexxis 
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Montebello, Ca.
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10-22-2011 01:03 PM Write a comment

Iam so happy to have read this awesome book the pigman, Iam not a fan of reading, but when I read this book back in high school, I really enjoyed reading it! Now that I have a daughter in high school I have since introduced this book to her for an up coming book report, I get choked up when I read it again beause it brings back memories of when I read the book, Thanks again! You will truely be missed Mr. Zindel
378) james 
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pa.
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10-19-2011 09:57 AM Write a comment

I am in need of 30 paperback books of The Pigman--The budget cuts in western pa.hurt ---- I would like to begin the reading on 10/24/2011 --- any help please and thank you
377) scott 
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UK
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9-20-2011 04:51 AM Write a comment

WOW, i too was wondering if he had been writing anything more and am shocked to see that he has actually passed i read and loved all his books growing up....truly a great writer and i will be sad nothing further will be coming.
376) williamhickswi 
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9-12-2011 10:57 PM Write a comment

Great Site!!
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