I love green tigers and pink elephants

Libby Bridges' picture
Libby Bridges' picture
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David Curwen, centre, hugs his mother with whom he wa sreunited. Completing the group is his brother Keith

THIS WEEK IN 1975: Reunited after 30 years – but only thanks to a kind stranger

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Hello there my friends. I hope you all had a lovely weekend and enjoyed the extra day off school yesterday.

What did you get up to? I ate lots of nice things, ran around the garden and laughed at some jokes I found.

You can see them on the right and I hope you find them as funny as I did.

I’d love to hear all your exciting stories, and if you have any pictures and drawings it would be great to show them on this page.

A big thank-you to Libby Bridges for colouring in the really wild picture I printed a couple of weeks ago.

There was a lot to colour there so you must have worked very hard on that Libby. I’m a big fan of pink elephants and green tigers. And I particularly like your kangaroo.

Wouldn’t it be great if they were really multicoloured? It would make your eyes go funny as they bounced past you.

Did you know that kangaroos can sometimes jump three times their own height? That’s really high Chipsters. I wish I could do that. The trouble is I might end up landing in a tree and have to be rescued. That wouldn’t be very nice at all.

One Chipster has sent me something very interesting. Thanks to Martin Lloyd for your brilliant review of the Bahrain Grand Prix – for the Chipsters who aren’t sure, that’s a motor racing event.

Anyway, I’d better zoom off now.

Chip chip for now.

Chipper x