One Year With Kipper

Publisher: Hodder Children's Books

Kipper has a new camera and starts the year as he means to go on, by taking photographs during each month so he doesn't forget what he and his best friend Tiger got up to.

Youngsters can follow Kipper as he throws snowballs in February, splashes around in a thunderstorm in July and hollows out pumpkins in October. We discover that in June there are far more things with legs and wings than you would think and that, in Kipper's opinion, March is definitely the froggiest month.

Mick Inkpen's trademark illustrations and text will be familiar to many readers as they learn about the cycle of the seasons and months and the traditions and characteristics that go with them. An invaluable addition to any youngster's library, this book will be returned to again and again.

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