This inventive pop-up, featuring the mischievous stars of Jean-Luc Fromental and Joëlle Jolivet’s 365 Penguins, starts with ten penguins on an icy shore. One by one, they playfully disappear from the scene as the text counts down from ten to zero. The flaps embedded in the book facilitate the story—readers can make the penguins disappear and reappear! It’s a stylish, humorous take on a counting book with winter-friendly, penguin-filled pop-ups.
Penguin Pete is a proud father, and he can’t wait to show his son Tim the wonders of their chilly world. When Little Tim gets lost during a snowstorm, he’s not worried much–he knows his father will always save the day.
Even though he loves water, Sergio the penguin is afraid to swim in the deep water until he learns how.
A whimsical retelling of the original Hans Christian Andersen classic features an entire court of pop-eyed penguins who are fooled by a deceitful weaver and unwilling to admit to their posturing leader that he has nothing on.
Teased in school for being pink, Patrick the penguin leaves the South Pole to live with the flamingos in Africa.
On the first day of the new year, the mailman brings a surprise—a penguin! One by one, day by day, penguins fill the house. At first they are cute, but with every passing day, the penguins pile up—along with the family’s problems. Feeding, cleaning, and housing the penguins becomes a monumental task.
When Ben rips open his present, he finds a penguin inside. “Hello, Penguin!” he says. “What shall we play?” But Penguin says nothing. Even when Ben tickles its belly, sings a funny song, does a dizzy dance, stands on his head, sticks out his tongue, and resorts to increasingly rude and drastic measures, Penguin makes no response. What will it take for Penguin to say something — or for Ben to understand what Penguin has to say?