|Written by||Louise Gikow|
|Series||A Weekly Reader Book|
Baby Piggy's Night at the Ball is a 1987 Muppet Babies storybook in the Weekly Reader Book series.
Baby Piggy is planning a costume ball for her dolls with music and dancing and refreshments and prizes for the best costumes. She invites Baby Kermit, but he declines as he is playing pirates with Baby Fozzie. When Baby Gonzo shows interest, Piggy rejects his request, fearing he'll make a mess.
As Piggy begins to get the dolls down from their shelves, she imagines what it would be like to get ready for a ball with her two favorite dolls, Esmerelda and Giselle, and a stuffed clown named Oliver.
The two favorite dolls shun the clown doll for wanting to attend the costume ball as himself, but Piggy feels he should be able to attend, since all the other dolls are going as well. During the party Oliver misbehaves, swinging from a crystal chandelier, balancing a bowl of chocolate ice cream on his nose in the middle of the dinner table, and tumbling into the orchestra.
Frustrated with his outbursts, Piggy sends Oliver home, causing the clown to cry. Realizing that he's a good friend, Piggy hugs and forgives him. Looking up she is back in the Nursery, and seeing Gonzo she realizes her mistake in not inviting him. Putting on his space helmet, the two return to the ball where they are crowned king and queen of the costume ball.
- Lauren Attinello include a cameo of herself and fellow Henson Publishing employee Joanne Barkan in their costumes from the Henson Company Masquerade Balls.