By: Johanna Johnston (Author), Leonard Weisgard (Illustrator)
48 pages, colour illustrations
With a new children's book imprint, the Bodleian Library brings beloved classics back into print, beginning with a beautiful storybook about the life of a fascinating Antarctic species. Originally published in 1962, Penguin's Way by Johanna Johnston tells the surprising story of these creatures, complete with colorful artwork by award-winning illustrator Leonard Weisgard.
In Penguin's Way, a playful colony of emperor penguins lives on the edge of a faraway secret sea. During the summers, the penguins are content to fish and swim in the icy waters. But, when the seasons change, they must travel more than one hundred miles to the snowy lands surrounding the South Pole. All across the snow plain, the penguins sing songs to welcome newly hatched chicks into the world, but how will the fluffy newborns survive the freezing winter?
Few things pique children's curiosity about the world around them better than a good book. Brought back for a new generation of young readers, Penguin's Way offers a fun and creative introduction to these fascinating animals.
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