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Kipper: One Year With Kipper

Kipper: One Year With Kipper

A classic Kipper picture book about the changing seasons and the months of the year.

Kipper has a new camera. He puts it to good use, recording all his adventures with Tiger. Together they throw snowballs in February, catch tadpoles in April, pick blackberries in September and collect conkers in October. Until Christmas time… when Kipper makes a special memory book for Tiger with a photo for each month of the year!

Little ones will love learning all about the changing seasons and the months of the year with this charming story.

Kipper has been a much-loved picture book character for over 25 years.

“The charmingly comical Inkpen, as always, hits the spot” – Guardian
“You simply cannot fail to win smiles with a new book about Kipper” – Daily Mail
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Reviews

A charming story...
Sunday Express
An alphabet adventure starring Kipper, his little friend Arnold and a delightful new character, Zebra.
Adorable, breezy, clever, this is the alphabet book of choice
Charming
Sunday Express
Mick Inkpen's genius knows no bounds ...incredible... fulll of superb images and...is brimming with great words.'
www.adoption-net.co.uk
A wonderful way for yong children to pick up on the different aspects of the changing seasons
Shetland Times
A fun way to learn abou thte months and seasons, it has lots of touchtstones for toddlers to identify with.
Junior
...a delightful narrative...
The Good Book Guide
Fun and accessible ... wonderful
Focus
Another delightful title...
The Children's Bookseller
A lovely story, laid out in a simple way that is easy for children to follow
Nursery Education
REVIEWS ON KIPPER'S A TO Z Kipper's A-Z, an alphabet book with a great Kipper story included, is destined to be a firm favourite among everyone this Christmas.
The Children's Bookseller, Sept 2000
Just about the cutest puppy in a favourite series achieves a stellar new success
Kirkus Reviews, Feb 1, 2001