Still watching behind the fence, Tweety said, "Daddy, Daddy, let me in I can catch the pig."
Papa Daniels said, "No, No, Tweety. You are too little. Wait until you get big."
Tweety and the Pig is a special story because it is written about the author's mother, Isabelle Daniels Holston, a 1956 World Class Olympic Medalist. In this story, she is better known as Tweety, a girl who wants to work on her father's farm with her brothers. Everytime she askes her father to work on the farm, she is always told "NO," because she is not big enough. All of a sudden, something happens on the farm with an unruly pig, and Papa Daniels discovers Tweety's gift of running.