Hooray for Hoppy!


      Hooray for Hoppy!
Hooray for Hoppy By Tim Hopgood Description An engaging book about springtime and the senses from the Booktrust award winning illustrator of WOW Said The Owl, a first book of colours, and TIP TAP Went The Crab, a first book of counting When Hoppy the rabbit wakes up on the first day of spring, he discovers a world full of wonderful things But after he s sniffed the fresh air, listened to the singing birds and tasted the fresh green grass, he starts to feel a little lonely And so he finds a way to wake up his friends so they can enjoy the sights, smells and sounds of spring all together Hooray for Hoppy by Tim Hopgood is a bold and beautiful introduction to the senses includes an activity spread to help children learn all about the way they can use their senses to interact with the world around them, whilst the stunning artwork has a retro charm that will appeal to all ages. Free Download [ Hooray for Hoppy! ] Author [ Tim Hopgood ] For Kindle ePUB or eBook – cricketworldcuplivestreaming.com

Tim Hopgood is an award winning illustrator whose work has been featured in magazines such as Esquire, GQ, and Harper s He lives in York, England.

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  • Hardcover
  • 32 pages
  • Hooray for Hoppy!
  • Tim Hopgood
  • 08 August 2017
  • 0374301298

10 thoughts on “ Hooray for Hoppy!

  1. says:

    Reading at the Kids Table Thanks to Macmillan for the review copy.Katie age 6 Hoppy likes Spring and this book was about the five senses I liked the pictures They were detailed and colorful I liked the last page where Hoppy sees all his friends after he stomped as hard as he could.Jen Katie s mom Hooray for Hoppy was bright and colorful and educationalall things I expect from a children s book However, I think it was a little below Katie s reading level and knowl Reading at the Kids Table Thanks to Macmillan for the review copy.Katie age 6 Hoppy likes Spring and this book was about the five senses I liked the pictures They were detailed and colorful I liked the last page where Hoppy sees all his friends after he stomped as hard as he could.Jen Katie s mom Hooray for Hoppy was bright and colorful and educationalall things I expect from a children s book However, I think it was a little below Katie s reading level and knowledge base I usually try to request books in her age range 6 7 years, 1st grade but I see that this book is actually rated for 2 4 years of age Oops She still enjoyed it and read the entire thing to me in about two minutes Aubrey age 6 I l...

  2. says:

    I don t love this as much as wow said the owl but the illustrations are still glorious I think it s better suited to an older child rather than my one year old, but We had good fun licking and sniffing each other

  3. says:

    I picked up a copy of this n the library sale as I loved WOW said the Owl and this one follows a young rabbit using all of his senses to experience Spring as he tumbles out of his burrow This would be a perfect read with a little one as the seasons change.

  4. says:

    Would be good for slightly older kids than my 2s for storytime

  5. says:

    Great preschool book to teach senses and spring season

  6. says:

    A sweet introduction to senses

  7. says:

    Loved it Bunnies The five senses Whatcan I say.

  8. says:

    BCFL Checkout.

  9. says:

    A lovely tale about a rabbit exploring the different weather and seasons.

  10. says:

    This story is about a little bunny called Hoppy, he is waiting for spring and he can t understand why it isn t yet Every morning he looks out of his hole, hoping that today maybe the day, after a few days he doesn t know what is happening, until one day he thinks spring may have actually arrived and goes on a hunt to check This is a cute little story that covers the 5 senses through beautiful illustration and language This takes the audience on a journey into spring and when is is sure it fin This story is about a little bunny called Hoppy, he is waiting for spring and he can t understand why it isn t yet Every morning he looks out of his hole, hoping that today maybe the day, after a few days he doesn t know what is happening, until one day he thinks spring may have actually arrived and goes on a hunt to check This is a cute little story that covers the 5 senses through beautiful illustration and language This...

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