Penguin's Hidden Talent by Alex Latimer
  

Synopsis

Penguin's Hidden Talent by Alex Latimer

Penguin would love to take part in the Big Annual Talent Show. But he just can't seem to find his special talent. He tries magic tricks and juggling household appliances - even burping the alphabet...But nothing seems quite right. Can his friends help him discover what he's really good at? This is an even-funnier follow-up to the brilliant Boy Who Cried Ninja. Alex Latimer has created another beautiful, atmospheric world that you long to visit and return to.

Reviews

There aren't a huge number of words in Penguin's Hidden Talent picture book but the author, Alex Latimer, nevertheless manages to create a lovable anti-hero that we can all relate to, whatever our age! The story is simple but gives a great life-lesson to young readers...It's a cute, fun book, ideal for readers of any age, that is guaranteed to make you go awwww ! Mad House Family Reviews Warm and witty...Penguin's Hidden Talent highlights the importance of friendship, encouragement and individuality. Booktrust

About the Author

Alex Latimer is an author and illustrator living in Cape Town, which is why he regularly has to shoo baboons out of his lounge. Alex's book Lion VS Rabbit won the Hampshire Picture Book Award 2014

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Book Info

Format

Paperback
32 pages
Interest Age: from 0 to 5 To 5

Author

Alex Latimer
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Publisher

Picture Corgi an imprint of Random House Children's Publishers UK

Publication date

29th March 2012

ISBN

9780552562676


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