An Unlikely Friendship

An Unlikely Friendship My Readers Level When Pippin, A Fawn Abandoned By Her Mother, Cries Out For Help, She Is Found By Author Isobel Springett After Carrying The Tiny Fawn Back To Her Home, Isobel Places Pippin Next To Kate, A Great Dane Who Has Never Had Puppies Of Her OwnWhat Follows Is A Remarkable And Unlikely Friendship Kate Successfully Raises Pippin To Be An Independent Deer, And Pippin Always Returns From The Forest To Visit Her Best FriendWith Simple Text And Stunning Photographs, Kate And Pippin, And Their One Of A Kind Friendship, Come To Life In An Irresistible Way

Martin Springett was born in Crayford, Kent, England, in 1947 He studied art that is he learned to play the Guitar for two semesters at the Brassey School of Art in Hastings, Sussex He emigrated to the West Coast of Canada in 1965, but returned to the UK in 1973 to pursue music in various bands He spent time in Germany, and toured through Europe.While in London Martin started to illustrate an

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  • Hardcover
  • 32 pages
  • An Unlikely Friendship
  • Martin Springett
  • 05 August 2019
  • 9781250055682

10 thoughts on “An Unlikely Friendship

  1. says:

    Kate is Great Dane and Pippin is a fawn When Pippin s mother abandons her, Kate adopts Pippin as her own The two share a special bond even as Pippin grows into maturity and births her own fawns.The subject is perfect for the intended audience and text gives readers enough of a challenge to grow their skills beyond the easiest of easy reader titles.Highly recommend this series for grades 1 3.

  2. says:

    easy to read beginning readersThis is a neat easy to read with great, real photographs about an unusual friendship between a dog and a fawn It is a very accesible story with even a little tension This would be an awesome oversize book to use at storytime, even, because the kids would love this Words don t flow as well as some, so it is not a 5 star.

  3. says:

    A Great Dane plays mother and best friend to an abandoned fawn Stunning photographs and simple text will appeal to children who are learning to read on their own as it tells the true story of the unexpected friendship of Kate Pippin reviewer 7

  4. says:

    This is an adorable story about a dog and a fawn who strike up a friendship and has lovely pictures to go with it Beginning readers ready to go to the next level of easy readers can enjoy this book.

  5. says:

    Very heartwarming, lovely story

  6. says:

    Beautiful A wonderful nonfiction story about a dog who becomes a surrogate mother to Pippin, a baby deer.

  7. says:

    I am a sucker for these unlikely friendship books This one has a Great Dane and a Fawn The text is simple and the story is very enjoyable.

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