Where is Home, Little Pip? by Karma Wilson
  

Synopsis

Where is Home, Little Pip? by Karma Wilson

For Little Pip, the baby penguin, home is a pebbly nest on the cold Antarctic shore. Mum and Dad always remind Pip not to wander far, and she never does...until one day a black, glittery feather leads Pip on a chase far, far from home. As she tries to find her way back to her parents, Pip encounters lots of friendly animals - a mighty blue whale, a gull, and even a sled dog. But while these animals know where their home is, they don't know where Pip's is. Will she ever get home?

About the Author

Karma Wilson
Karma Wilson is the author of the extremely successful BEAR series. She lives in Idaho, USA, with her family.

Karma writes humorous, rhythmic picture books for the very young and books that share her faith in a fun, understandable way with the youngest readers. Karma is also pursuing her love of outrageously silly but sometimes philosophic poetry for older children (i.e. Shel Silverstein) and has a book of poems coming out in a few years titled What’s the Weather Like Inside which will be illustrated by Barry Blitt.

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Book Info

Format

Paperback
40 pages
Interest Age: From 2

Author

Karma Wilson
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Publisher

Simon & Schuster Childrens Books an imprint of Simon & Schuster Ltd

Publication date

6th October 2008

ISBN

9781847383723


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