Little Penguin: The Emperor of Antarctica

Little Penguin The Emperor of Antarctica From the time the little penguin crawls out of his cracked egg cradled on his father s feet until the day when he goes off to live at sea alone he is a majestic figure in an extraordinary setting t

  • Title: Little Penguin: The Emperor of Antarctica
  • Author: Julie Olson
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 408
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • From the time the little penguin crawls out of his cracked egg, cradled on his father s feet, until the day when he goes off to live at sea alone, he is a majestic figure in an extraordinary setting the emperor of Antarctica He faces natural predators and the struggles of survival in a challenging climate Then one day, he cradles his own little penguin on his feet JonatFrom the time the little penguin crawls out of his cracked egg, cradled on his father s feet, until the day when he goes off to live at sea alone, he is a majestic figure in an extraordinary setting the emperor of Antarctica He faces natural predators and the struggles of survival in a challenging climate Then one day, he cradles his own little penguin on his feet Jonathan London s moving text is perfectly matched with Julie Olson s vibrant and adorable artwork in pencil, watercolor, and digital media.

    One thought on “Little Penguin: The Emperor of Antarctica”

    1. Quite a very fascinating life story of a baby penguin!I thought that this was pretty cool story for kids ages 0-8 and or in grades 1-3 of what type of life an Emperor Penguin's life might be like with great illustrations, too. What I did not like personally was the the tiny print that one had to tap more than once to enlarge the print to make it much easier on one's eyes and for some to get it to do this or to turn any pages it can get some children with handicaps very very frustrated which then [...]

    2. Pretty illustrations.The story is OK, but the illustrations are really nice and carry the book. The illustrations alone make it worth the economic price that I paid for it.

    3. InformativeNot much for a story, but I did learn a couple things and the artwork is beautiful. It was okay.

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