Wibbly Pig's Silly Big Bear

Publisher: Hodder Children's Books

Did you know that Wibbly Pig has a bear so big he can hardly fit on the page? He may be big, but Wibbly's bear is very silly and seems pretty useless at most things.

He can't clean his teeth or sit on the potty; he eats books, puts pyjamas on his head and can only count to one. So what is he good for? Well, he can jump, crash and whizz you round but he's especially good at hugs... and when he’s gone, you miss him more than anyone.

An irrepressible tale, characterised by Inkpen's trademark illustrations, which show that being clever is not all that counts. A wonderful story to share with young children that will be re-read again and again.

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