Tiffany's Epiphany by Kristen Simon, Jim Valentino
  

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Tiffany's Epiphany by Kristen Simon, Jim Valentino

The next Silverline children's picture book is here! The animals in the forest are being bullied! Jack the Rabbit decides to confront the culprit, only to find out the bully is a skunk named Tiffany! Featuring the fan-favorite characters from the first Silverline Books publication in the series, Bruce the Little Blue Spruce - the four lovable field mice and Jack the Rabbit - with all new characters that children will adore, this lighthearted and humorous tale shows how wrong it is to be a bully, as well as how lonely being a bully can be. This title is illustrated by Image Comics founder and award-winning artist Jim Valentino, with painted color by Paul John Little.

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Format

Hardback
32 pages
Interest Age: From 4

Author

Kristen Simon, Jim Valentino
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Publisher

Image Comics

Publication date

16th September 2009

ISBN

9781607061106


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