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Duck and Hippo Lost and Found
Duck and Hippo have a picnic and a new adventure!
They invite their friends Turtle, Elephant, and Pig to a picnic at their favorite pond. Yippee! It’s time to dance and sing, swim and eat. Everyone brings goodies to share…except Hippo. He didn’t bring ANYTHING. So Hippo sets off into the forest to find some berries. But he is gone a long time, and Duck begins to worry that Hippo is lost. What should his friends do to find him? Join Duck and Hippo on another fun adventure!
Duck and Hippo Lost and Found is such a cute book. It is about being with friends for happy times and helping friends in scary times. I can’t believe summer is almost at an end, but it is! And in Duck and Hippo’s story, it’s the end of summer too. They’re celebrating with fun picnic! The animal friends bring food, but since Hippo forgot to bring some, he goes to find berries. His friends are very concerned when he doesn’t return. They think he needs help, so they don’t hesitate to go find him. Hippo’s journey for berries takes him all over the forest, but when the moon goes behind a cloud, he’s very scared! It is a good thing his friends are looking for him!
This is a sweet story that your little ones will love. The illustrations bring this simple story to life, and your child will have fun guess where Hippo is searching.
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Author Jonathan London
Jonathan London has written more than one hundred children’s books, including the bestselling Froggy series, illustrated by Frank Remkiewicz. He is the author of the popular Duck and Hippo series, illustrated by Andrew Joyner. Many of his books explore nature, among them Flamingo Sunset, illustrated by Kristina Rodanas, and Little Penguin: The Emperor of Antarctica, illustrated by Julie Olson. He is also author of the Aaron’s Wilderness middle-grade series, illustrated by his son Sean London. Jonathan lives in Graton, California. Learn more online at www.jonathan-london.net.
Illustrator Andrew Joyner