School of Monsters; Pip Loves to Cook by Sally Rippin

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210 x 148mm
October 5, 2022
Hardie Grant Publishing
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In this hilarious story from the best-selling first-reader series, Pip learns how to listen to her gut!

Pip loves to cook and loves to bake.
But will the monsters like her cake?

Cooking is Pip's favourite thing to do. But when she accidentally follows the wrong recipe, it's a disaster … or is it?

Welcome to the School of Monsters : the funniest, silliest and most accessible series for first readers, by Australian Children's Laureate Sally Rippin!

Start by reading only the last word on every line and work your way up to reading the whole story. With tumbling rhymes and an infectious sense of humour, the weird and wonderful students at the School of Monsters are guaranteed to spark a love of reading!

Readers will love other books in the School of Monsters series:
  • Mary Has the Best Pet
  • Hairy Sam Loves Bread and Jam
  • Pete's Big Feet
  • Tish Learns to Swim
  • Zorro's Tasty Treat
  • Milly's Family Fun
  • and many more!

Sally Rippin, is a best-selling and beloved author for children. Her most popular series include Billie B Brown , Hey Jack! and School of Monsters , and she has over 10 million books in print worldwide. She is also the author of one book for adults, Wild Things: How We Learn to Read and What Can Happen If We Don’t .

Sally loves to write stories with heart featuring characters that resonate with children and is passionate about literacy and access to stories. She travels across the world speaking with parents, teachers and librarians about how to engage struggling readers.

In 2024, Sally was named the eighth Australian Children’s Laureate, a two-year appointment to promote the importance and transformational power of reading, creativity and story in the lives of young Australians.

Chris Kennett has been drawing ever since he could hold a pencil (or so his mum says). But professionally, Chris has been creating quirky characters for just over 20 years. He's best known for drawing weird and wonderful creatures from the Star Wars universe, and his School of Monsters and Nerd Herd series.