Pip the Gnome and the Forest Feast
Pip the gnome gathers food for a feast with his friends: crunchy seeds for mouse, fresh dandelion leaves for rabbit, shiny acorns and hazelnuts for squirrel. But what will Pip eat?
The colorful illustrations and simple words introduce very young children to the joys of sharing as Pip's friends return his kindness by gathering berries so he can join the feast, too.
Enjoy the feast Pip!
(Ages 1–3 years)
“A wonderful addition to the Pip the Gnome series.”
Praise for Pip the Gnome and the Christmas Tree:
“Kwant's art is the star of this simple story. Rendered in soft colored pencil or oil pastels, the scenes beautifully evoke the playful joy of decorating a tree. Pip is especially endearing, with his apple-doll face, Santa-red hat, and apple-green suit.”
—Kirkus Book Reviews
“Colorful illustrations and simple words in this utterly charming story written and illustrated by Admar Kwant introduce babies and toddlers to the joy of preparing for Christmas. Soft, wintery colors wonderfully illuminate the day from morning to dusk, ending with the candle-lit tree.'
—Midwest Book Review