“In a far away place, is a not so different land there was a small village, which housed the Pippins clan.”
With a rhyming flair of poetic ease children are introduced to the Pippins clan who only eat poppers. Different flavors are grown in each corner of the village, pineapple to the west, red raspberries to the east, blueberries to the north and tangy orange to the south. When the Whompers came to help, the Pippins learn a valuable lesson.
Children will be delighted in this remarkable rhyming tale similar to Dr Seuss books. Albert not only writes an exceptional magical story but also lends creatively beautiful illustrations to make this story leap off the pages into children’s hearts. Parents will be captivated by the lesson that children