A Goofy Guide to Penguins

Written by Jean-Luc Coudray | Illustrated by Philippe Coudray | Toon Books | May 10, 2016

How can you tell penguins apart?​ By the color of their mittens, of course! But do penguins really play hide-and-seek, carry pink umbrellas, and shower on the backs of whales?

In this wild guide, twin brothers Jean-Luc Coudray and Philippe Coudray--Philippe is beloved for the bestselling Benjamin Bear series--bring us all the less-than-true truths and not-so factual facts about the South Pole’s silliest birds.

More information is available on the publisher's website.

Comments are moderated and generally will be posted if they are on-topic and not abusive.
Sign in or register to post comments.

More new titles

new titles

Luminous Chaos

It’s 1907 in the icily beautiful New Venice, and the hero of the city’s liberation, Brentford Orsini, has been deposed by his arch-rival — who immediately assigns Brentford and his friends on a dangerous diplomatic mission to Paris. So, Brentford recruits his old friend and louche counterpart, Gabriel d’Allier, underground chanteuse and suffragette Lillian Lake, and the mysterious Blankbate–former Foreign Legionnaire and leader of the Scavengers, the city’s garbage collecting cult–and others, for the mission.
new titles

A Love of UIQ

An exciting attempt by one of France’s most well known thinkers wherein he explores his thought through the form of a cinematic narrative.
new titles

The Elimination

From the internationally acclaimed director of S-21: The Khmer Rouge Killing Machine, a survivor’s autobiography that confronts the evils of the Khmer Rouge dictatorship.