- Publisher :Oyez!Books
- ISBN :9789675250057
- Author :Peter Worthington
- Illustrator :Nur Azmi Mokhtar
- Language :English
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Imp the young leopard decided he was old enough to hunt by himself. One day, when his mother was not looking, he went out by himself to look for his prey. He met a rhinocerous who got mad at him and Imp had to make a quick escape. Next, he was almost attacked by crocodiles in the river. Perhaps a zebra would make a better prey. But not when there were many of them and Impo was caught in a stampede. The rangers had to come and rescue him and Imp was glad to be home.
Book 2 in the Tipee Hipee Series - This series of animal stories from the Tipee Hipee Safari Park is an excellent introduction to various wild animals that can be found in the tropics. Each book is divided into two parts. The first part is the story featuring a key animal with colourful illustrations while the second part has photographs of animals and factual information. An excellent book to keep curious young children engrossed and learning about the natural world.
PETER WORTHINGTON was a global partner of a consulting firm until his retirement in 2006. He has spent 30 years in Asia and first arrived in Johore Bahru, Malaysia in 1963 as a Lieutenant in the British Army. He worked in Hong Kong from 1983-1990 and spent 10 years in Indonesia with his young family before moving to Singapore. He currently calls Malaysia his home. A prolific writer, he has also written a three-book series of space adventures, a series of stories on the environment and a series of picture books for young children.
NUR AZMI MOKHTAR aka Mie Mambo is a versatile artist based in Kuala Lumpur. A graduate of UiTM (Visual and Creative Art), he has ventured into painting, illustrations, portraiture and caricature, graphic novel as well as music, from traditional to pop rock. He has illustrated more than 50 books for children comprising picture books, story books and acitivity /educational books and has also written and illustrated several graphic novels.