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Kipper's Snowy Day Board Book

Kipper's Snowy Day Board Book

Beautifully capturing the joy of playing in the snow, this classic Kipper adventure in a durable board book is perfect to cuddle up with!

Kipper loves the snow and when he sees great white flakes tumbling down one morning, he can’t wait to be out enjoying himself. Kipper’s friend Tiger isn’t nearly as good at snow games as Kipper is, because of his silly, woolly clothes – but they still manage to build a wonderful snowdog.

‘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

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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Genre: Children's, Teenage & Educational / Picture Books, Activity Books & Early Learning Material / Picture Books / Picture Storybooks

On Sale: 1st November 2018

Price: £6.99

ISBN-13: 9781444942033

Reviews

The story is sweet. All you want to do is drink in the detail of the unparalleled artistry.
Dublin Sunday Independent
Warm-hearted
Bournemouth Daily Echo
Contains all the snow-balling, sliding and snowdog-building mayhem one could wish for
Evening Echo (Cork)
Young children will be kept amused by plenty of snow and frolics.
Safeway Magazine (December 1998)
Kipper has touched a chord with children and parents alike.
Practical Parenting
Writer and illustrator Mick Inkpen has created some of the most memorable characters for pre-schoolers, and this wonderful winter tale features cheery canine Kipper.
Safeway Magazine (December 1998)
The story is sweet ... all you want to do is drink in the detail of the unparalleled artistry
Sunday Independent (Dublin)