Hi there Chipper Club fans and welcome to today’s fantastic page, dedicated to all you Chipsters out there.
One mystery Chipper Club member has been in touch recently and sent me the hilarious jokes featured here on the right of the page.
But my little comedian forgot to include their name and Chipper Club number.
Are you my anonymous joker?
Don’t be shy, drop me a line and step into the limelight because your old pal Chipper had a great time laughing out loud at your penguin-themed jokes.
And in honour of your rib-ticklers I’ve set the rest of the Chipsters a challenge.
See the outline of the cute penguin?
Well I want you to go to town on colouring him in for me.
Send me your pictures and the best will take pride of place on this page in the future.
You might think that a newshound like me might not have much in common with penguins, but I find our fish-loving friends fascinating.
Test how much you know about penguins with these top facts:
Penguins feed on squid, fish, krill and some other forms of sealife.
The Emperor Penguin is the largest penguin, standing tall at more than one metre. The Little Blue Penguin is the smallest – they are only about 40cm tall.
Penguins live in the Southern Hemisphere, however they are not exclusively found in cold climates. There are penguins living as north as the Galapagos Islands, close to the equator.
Penguins are able to dive a long way into the water for food. Depending on the species, that distance can be up to 1,700 feet. However, they do need to surface for air on a regular basis.
And finally, penguins sleep standing up.
Now if you’re not a fan of penguins, feel free to send me a picture of your favourite animal instead.
There’s just one condition if you decide to accept my mission – you’ve also got to send me a joke about your favourite animal to go with it!
Don’t delay, get colouring today and you might see your works of art displayed here for all the other Chipsters to enjoy.
That’s it for today my friends so until next Saturday I’ll say chip chip for now!
Love Chipper X