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AuthorTony Mitton
PublisherBloomsbury Publishing PLC
Publication Date16 November 2017
Book DescriptionIn the frozen Antarctic, one curious little penguin decides to explore the ice and the snow and the sea. On his travels he sees two blue whales, a family of sea lions and a whole school of orca, but soon Penguin starts to miss his own family. Sometimes coming home is the best adventure of all. Told in rhyming couplets, this feel-good book is perfect for bedtimes and cuddle-up times. From bestselling author Tony Mitton, and beautifully illustrated by Alison Brown.
Editorial ReviewThe simple rhymes and deep blue colours in this beautifully illustrated story will be cherished by three to five-year-olds * The Irish Examiner * A feel-good tale that young children will love, and is sure to become a bedtime favourite * Western Daily Press * A heart-warming tale and super-cute illustrations * The Bristol Post * A touching story about the fun of adventure and the security of the family. The bold vibrant colour of the beautiful illustrations by Alison Brown, and the sparkly cover add enormously to the appeal of the book * Parents in Touch * This feel-good book is perfect for bedtimes and cuddle-up times * Book Previews * A wonderful adventure for a bold little penguin is beautifully told in Tony Mitton's elegant and witty rhyming text * LoveReading4Kids * This is a beautiful Antarctic adventure, with a pacey rhyme and wonderfully depicted by a favourite illustrator * Books My Toddler Loves *
About the AuthorTony Mitton was born in North Africa and has also lived in Germany and Hong Kong. Now settled in Cambridge, England, Tony has written a number of picture books, including the Amazing Machines series (Kingfisher). This is Tony's second book with Bloomsbury. Alison Brown studied fine art at Liverpool and then became a graphic designer. She has been illustrating for the past five years. Alison was brought up in Bangor, Northern Ireland, but she now lives in Leeds.
Number of Pages32