Wibbly Pig: Wibbly Pig and the Tooky
By Mick Inkpen
A classic Wibbly Pig adventure!
Big Pig's sister should have bought a cuddly toy at the zoo but instead she's put Tooky in her backpack. Tooky's not a toy. He's a toucan. A REAL toucan. And he's soon causing chaos. How will Wibbly and his friends ever get Tooky home?
Mick Inkpen, creator of Kipper and many other prizewinning picture books, has brought to life a character who has won the hearts of millions of readers the world over.
'An irresistible character. Wibbly Pig does things every toddler can relate to.' Daily Telegraph
Mick Inkpen has been a bestselling children's author for over 25 years. He is one of today's most popular picture book author/illustrators and the famous creator of both Kipper and Wibbly Pig. Mick has won the Children's Book Award for Threadbear and the British Book Award twice, for Penguin Small and Lullabyhullaballoo. Kipper won a BAFTA for Best Animated Film.
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04 Sep 2014
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Hodder Children's Books
The charmingly comical Inkpen, as always, hits the spot. — The Guardian
...ideal bedtime entertainment... — Babycare & pregnancy (April 1998)
Plenty of humour. — Angels & Urchins
A lovely way to show small children the joy you can find in words and the sounds they make. — Bookbag
Rollo and Ruff is a beautiful book in every sense... These characters deserve to become favourites. — School Librarian
A new friendship is soon forged in this charming book. — Irish Times
Full of warmth and charm. — Red House Children's Book Award
One of the top-selling picture book artists and writers in the world... Inkpen's fabulous illustrations and charming characters are easy for children to relate to... and this is certainly no exception for Wibbly Pig and the Tooky. — Baby Surrey
Another delightful story by Mick Inkpen about the ever-popular Wibbly Pig. — Carousel
Inkpen has been enthralling children for a long time and he has a wonderfully simple and direct way of communicating with his audience. A cast of characters that are known and loved across the world. The stories are simple yet full of humour. — The School Librarian