Friday, May 18, 2012
The Penguin Lady provides educational opportunities to compare and contrast, count, and learn about geographical regions of the world
The Penguin Lady is the whimsical tale of Penelope Parker, a woman who lives in a little white house with black trim, located on Penguin Place. She always dresses in her favorite colors: black and white . . . and just happens to walk with a waddle.
One year on her birthday, her brother sends her a penguin from the Galapagos Islands. Then her sister sends her two penguins from Argentina. The newspaper prints a story about her, and soon people begin sending her orphaned penguins from all over the southern hemisphere of the world. Eventually, more and more penguins begin to appear at her doorstep as the numbers increase progressively up to ten.
This amusing book, with fanciful illustrations, will allure and entertain, while offering educational opportunities to compare and contrast, count, and learn about geographical regions of the world.
The Penguin Lady comes highly recommended and earns the Literary Classics Seal of Approval, a designation reserved for those books which uphold the rigorous criteria set forth by the Children's Literary Classics review committee, a team comprised of individuals with backgrounds in publishing, editing, writing, illustration and graphic design.
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