Book 10

Penny Pepper - Day Trippers and Fly- Tippers

Penny Pepper, Series, Children's Books Age 8+, Children & Young Adult

The 10th Case for Penny Pepper

During a trip to the climbing park, Penny and her class come across an area that’s been turned into a thorough rubbish tip: There’s a broken bicycle, a mattress losing its stuffing and other rubbish lying all around. Who would do such a thing? While the class are helping to clear it up, they learn from the climbing park manager that rubbish is often dumped there on a Wednesday. Penny and her friends prick up their ears: There’s a pattern here, and a culprit behind it. They’ll find the person responsible – after all, they are detectives afterall, aren’t they?

  • Hot topic: environmental protection – presented in a fun and child-friendly way
Ulrike Rylance

Ulrike Rylance was born in 1968 and studied English and German in Leipzig and London. She was an assistant teacher in Wales and Manchester, and also taught German to children and adults in London. In 2001 she moved to Seattle, USA, with her husband and two daughters.  

Lisa Hänsch

Lisa Hänsch was born in 1988. She studied design and illustration in Münster and now lives in Brühl. As well as illustrating children‘s books, she works as a cartoon illustrator and animator.

Penny Pepper - Day Trippers and Fly- Tippers

The 10th Case for Penny Pepper

During a trip to the climbing park, Penny and her class come across an area that’s been turned into a thorough rubbish tip: There’s a broken bicycle, a mattress losing its stuffing and other rubbish lying all around. Who would do such a thing? While the class are helping to clear it up, they learn from the climbing park manager that rubbish is often dumped there on a Wednesday. Penny and her friends prick up their ears: There’s a pattern here, and a culprit behind it. They’ll find the person responsible – after all, they are detectives afterall, aren’t they?

  • Hot topic: environmental protection – presented in a fun and child-friendly way
Bibliographic Data
152 pages, ISBN: 978-3-423-76387-5
First published 2022