Wibbly Pig has a new friend - a bear so BIG, he can hardly fit on the page. He does not know how to brush his teeth or comb his hair and he can't even use a spoon. But Wibbly loves him just the same!
A picture book that shows it is what's inside that matters.
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.
The latest Wibbly Pig story maintains the subtle simplicity of what has become a favourite character series, this time offering a touchingly heartfelt message: that being kind and fun is just as valid as being clever and co-ordinatedCleverly told ... an encouraging tale for young childrenAnother captivating storyHeart-warming story with beautiful and very clear illustrationsA gentle book about loving friends for who they arePerfect for bedtime readingA simple story about love and friendship, happiness and loss: perfect for tiny childrenA simple story about love and friendship, happiness and loss: perfect for tiny childrenThe latest Wibbly Pig story maintains the subtle simplicity of what has become a favourite character series, this time offering a touchingly heartfelt message: that being kind and fun is just as valid as being clever and co-ordinated.... expressive illustrations... The humorous text has a pleasing rhythm to it, with emphasised words on each page that children will delight in shouting out, as this is one story they will surely be learning off by heart.... it is, of course, what's inside that matters.Wibbly Pig is another triumph for Mick Inkpen....captivating...A gentle book about loving friends for who they are.Heat-warming story with beautiful and very clear illustrations.
Praise for previous Wibbly Pig books
- This is one of those perfect picture books that are useful, as well as thoroughly entertaining. Inkpen's style is simple but warm and effective. - INK 04/05/2004
- An irresistible character. Wibbly Pig does things every toddler can relate to. - The Daily Telegraph
- The overwhelmingly cheerful Wibbly Pig has a devoted following among pre-schoolers who'll revel in his constant side-stepping of the ultimate moment of bedtime which he fights off with a series of happy and familiar rituals. - Guardian Unlimited Books Review 26/02/2005
- this book is the perfect bedtime companion for young children - who minds magazine of the national childminding as 04/07/2004
On Tickly Christmas Wibbly Pig
Wibbly Pig is everyone's favourite. Presented with timeless elegance and style... - Carousel
One to like very much. - Nicolette Jones
A award-winning Wibbly Pig story from the master-storyteller Mick Inkpen.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
won a BAFTA for Best Animated Film.Wibbly Pig is an instantly recognisable character and a household name.Very strong pre-school picture book theme: it's what's inside that counts!The Wibbly Pig books have sold millions worldwide.Wibbly Pig has starred in his own animation series on CBeebies.Winner of the Bronze Smarties Award.
Bronze Smarties Award winning title! This delightful Wibbly Pig adventure from master storyteller Mick Inkpen. shows being clever is not all that counts - it`s what inside that matters!
Wibbly Pig has a new friend - a bear so BIG, he can hardly fit on the page. He does not know how to brush his teeth or comb his hair and he can`t even use a spoon. But Wibbly loves him just the same! A picture book that shows it is what`s inside that matters.
Mick Inkpen is now one of the top-selling picture book artists and writers in the world. The Kipper and Wibbly Pig stories have sold millions worldwide. He is the winner of the British Book Award for the best illustrated book, for Lullabyhullabaloo, and the Children`s Book Award for Threadbear. Kipper won a BAFTA for best animated children`s film in 1998.