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Posted October 1, 2008
Pip is a baby penguin. He is a bit scatter-brained as most children are. His feather-chasing escapade leads his to being lost. How will he ever find his parents, who told him to not go far from them? He tries to find his way back home. He stops to ask several other creatures where home is. He realizes that their definition of home is different from his. Of course, there is a wonderful homecoming. This is such a cute story with wonderful illustrations. The words are easy to sound out. The story is universal for toddlers to 2nd graders. Isaac enjoyed watched the feather float from one page to another. Parish enjoyed the penguin games. We recommend this!Was this review helpful? Yes NoThank you for your feedback. Report this reviewThank you, this review has been flagged.
Posted February 4, 2009
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