|aPip the little penguin /|cRoger Priddy ; illustrated by Lindsey Sagar, based on original illustrations by Jo Ryan
|aLondon :|bPriddy Books,|c
|a32 unnumbered pages :|bcolour illustrations ;|c28 cm
|a"Text originally published as Rainbow Rob in 2006" -- Verso
|a"Priddy Books big ideas for little people"
|aA warm and humorous story about the differences between animals, their colour and ultimately, self-acceptance. Pip is a little penguin who doesn't like being black and white, and asks his dad why he can't be colourful like pink flamingos or red foxes. Through his discussions with his dad, children will love to follow Pip on his journey of discovery, meeting different animals and learning about colour along the way, until, after meeting some pretty cool black-and-white creatures, he concludes that he is just fine as he is
Pip the Little Penguin craves to be colourful like orange orangutans and red foxes. Join him as he meets other animals in this funny rhyming story, where he discovers that being a black-and-white penguin is a pretty cool thing to be!