Wednesday, March 13, 2013
Book Review - Penguin Pandemonium
An unforgettably funny, animal adventure story about a little bird with big dreams from award-winning author Jeanne Willis. One of the fantastic titles in the brand new Awesome Animals series - the funniest fiction, starring the wildest wildlife, from prize winning authors. Rory the rockhopper penguin loves showing off, but with few visitors to the zoo, life has become a little dull. If things don't improve the zoo might have to close. So when the keepers install PENGUINCAM Rory grabs his chance with both flippers, organising a dazzling penguin talent show to pull in the crowds...
About the Author
Jeanne Willis wrote her first book aged five and has now written over eighty titles. She has won numerous awards, including the Children's Book Award, the Silver Smarties Prize and has been shortlisted for the Whitbread Award. As well as her extensive writing experience Jeanne once worked as a reptile vet's assistant, has owned cats, a rat and a toad called Dave. She has never performed in an animal talent show but she did get married at London Zoo. Ed Vere is a writer and illustrator whose award-winning children's books have been published in both England and the US.
My Take on the Book
This was a funny book that will make you laugh out loud. Filled with crazy antics and adventure, you will love this down-to-earth story that brings out all of the fun that this group of penguins can have. The book was an easy read and my second grader plowed through it and wanted more. If you love penguins as well as a charming, funny book for all ages, pick this one up today!
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