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Penguin Polly Dunbar, Polly Dunbar

Walker Books Ltd
Paperback / softback 40 pages

ISBN:
9781406373318
Size:
260 x 215 x 5mm
Published:
1st Mar 2017
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Interest age: from c 3 years
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Overview

A penguin turns out to be the perfect present in this beautiful 10th anniversary edition of an award-winning classic."This heart-warming book conjures imagination, anger, danger and love, while encouraging small children to remember events, read pictures and laugh" The Sunday TimesA stunning 10th anniversary edition of a modern classic from Polly Dunbar, the creator of Hello Tilly. This is the story of Ben, who couldn't be more delighted to find a penguin friend inside his present. "Hello, Penguin!" he says. Penguin says nothing. Ben tickles Penguin, pulls his funniest face, puts on a happy hat, sings a silly song and does a dizzy dance ... but still Penguin says nothing. It isn't until a passing lion intervenes that Penguin finally speaks - and, when he does, Ben discovers that some things are worth the wait. Shortlisted for the Kate Greenaway Medal and the winner of numerous other awards, this is a beautiful edition to share and treasure with a foreword and gorgeous gold foil on the cover and spine.

Author

Polly Dunbar is the author-illustrator of Arthur's Dreamboat and the bestselling picture book Penguin, winner of numerous awards including the Book Trust Early Years Award and the Red House Children's Book of the Year Award. She is also the illustrator of My Dad's a Birdman, by David Almond, and Shoe Baby and Pat-a-Cake Baby, both written by her mother, Joyce Dunbar. Her collection of titles beginning with Hello Tilly were made into an animations series, Tilly and Friends, as seen on Cbeebies. She is the co-founder of Long Nose Puppets, a children's theatre company. Polly lives in Brighton, Sussex. Find her online at www.pollydunbar.com and on Twitter as @PollyDunbar.

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