The Scariest Thing of All

Publisher: Bloomsbury Publishing

Little Pip is the smallest rabbit in his whole family but he has the biggest imagination. Pip is scared of just about everything, from tree stumps to unusually shaped clouds and his worries are starting to wear him out. When Pip is awoken from an afternoon slumber by a strange growling noise, his worries spin out of control, and he runs away. His journey into the dark and forbidding woods forces him to confront his fears and realise that things aren’t always quite as scary as first he thinks. 

This delightful picturebook will provide cosy reassurance to any young reader who has ever felt afraid. Pip is an extremely cute protagonist and Gliori’s detailed and expressive illustrations are designed to be pored over.

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