I have had this book on Kipper for quite a while. It is large about 300 pages and heavily illustrated with the Original Kipper cards. It was released in 2012 by Susan Zitzl.
Her fifth chapter is about Kipper card combinations in all the possible permutations. It is the largest chapter taking up approximately 150 pages or half of the book.
Ms. Zitzl’s focus on card combinations will fill in a gap which was left in my Kipper course studies. While combinations seem like they are not as important in the smaller spreads which are more position oriented than in the full 36 Card layout, they still give details- and a reader can never have too many of those!
Yes, the translation from German to English takes time, but it also helps one learn the way the root language of English works and that helps to understand how the Kipper cards work as well.