Welcome to Pip Street! The very ordinary place where extraordinary
things happen. Full of quirky black-and-white illustrations throughout,
as well as fun activity sheets at the back.
Can crumpets be cool?
When Bobby's dad becomes the manager of the local crumpet factory,
Bobby thinks his moving worries are at last over. He likes it here
on Pip Street, especially now he has found a new best friend
in fizzy Imelda from next door.
Except crumpets are boring! And no one is buying them. Unless someone
(and I bet it'll have to be Bobby) comes up with a fantabulous
plan to make crumpets more interesting, Bobby's dad might lose
his job and that means ... uh-oh ... moving again.
And who's that even newer boy across the street acting like he's
better than everyone else, and making eyes at Imelda and trying to
be her best friend instead?
Looks like there's a crumpety calamity on Pip Street!
Keep your eyes peeled for more PIP STREET adventures: A WHISKERY
"Utterly charming and delightful" Mel Giedroyc
Jo Simmons began her working life as a journalist. Her first fiction series for children, Pip Street, was inspired by her own kids' love of funny fiction, and two Super Loud Sambooks followed. In addition to children's fiction, she co-wrote a humorous parenting book, Can I Give Them Back Now?: The Aargh To Zzzzzz Of Parenting, published by Square Peg. Jo livMore about Jo Simmons