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The very first classic Kipper book read by Dawn French, perfect for sharing together at cuddle time.

Kipper’s basket is old and worn, so he decides to look for a new place to sleep! Maybe he could build a nest like the squirrels, stand on one leg like the ducks … Or sit on a lily-pad like the frogs? But, eventually, Kipper realises that there’s nowhere quite like his cosy basket, surrounded by all his favourite toys.

Kipper has been a much-loved character for over 25 years.

(P) 2003 Hodder & Stoughton


Delightful...Another proven winner.
Church Times
Touches a chord with parents and children alike ... children will return to the story (and character) time and time again
Mick Inkpen's illustrations are, of course, as gorgeous as ever. They have warmth, charm and familiarity
The Bookbag
Full of gentle humour and straightforward, uncluttered pictures, this story will appeal to the very young
Practical Parenting
A lovely sweet tale that truly celebrates friendship
Who doesn't love Kipper and friends?
Prima Magazine