Anyone who's ever been in love knows that this supreme emotion changes everything. When love is real, it sometimes feels like gravity itself doesn't quite apply. In To Love Is to Fly, this magical and powerful journey is told through photographer Jonathan Chester's stunning photography of penguins, along with refreshingly heartfelt prose.
To Love Is to Fly is written from a me-to-you perspective, making it a great gift for spouse, partner, or main squeeze. Highlights include an image key denoting the type of penguin, environmental features, location details, online resource links, and facts about the different species in each photo.
With their upright stance and bemused expressions, penguins are the most humanlike of birds. Like us, they sacrifice for their families, are mostly monogamous, and must adapt to survive in a rapidly changing world.
Also like us, it's impossible for them to fly.
But doesn't love make anything possible?
|Publisher:||Andrews McMeel Publishing|
|Series:||Extreme Images , #2|
|Sold by:||Barnes & Noble|
|File size:||25 MB|
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About the Author
Jonathan Chester is one of the world's veteran polar photographers. The photographs in this book are from his many Antarctic expeditions. He lives in Kansas City, Missouri.
Patrick Regan has written numerous gift, trade, humor, and children's books. He lives in Kansas City, Missouri.