Written by Mick Inkpen
Part of the Kipper Series
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A heart-warming puppy, Kipper’s domestic adventures have enchanted both parents and children. Now celebrating eighteen years, Kipper’s first adventure tells how he attempts to improve his old basket by throwing out the smelly blanket, soggy ball and bone and tired old soft toy rabbit. But things aren’t better! Soon Kipper needs to get everything back…At last he is comfortable again. Cuddly Kipper subsequent adventures include having his birthday, sharing with his friends, enjoying the snow and celebrating Christmas. Other Kipper titles include Kipper's Beach Ball, Kipper's Monster, Kipper and Roly, Kipper's Toybox, and Kipper's Birthday.
Kipper by Mick Inkpen
Kipper's basket is old and worn. His blanket is smelly and disgusting. But can Kipper find a better place to sleep? He tries a flowerpot like a bird, a nest like a squirrel and a lily-pad like a frog, but nothing seems quite as good as his old, worn basket and his lovely smelly blanket.
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3rd July 2014
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