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.

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