Seven Weeks on an Iceberg by Keith Potter
  

Synopsis

Seven Weeks on an Iceberg by Keith Potter

Follow their royal highnesses, Queen and King Penguin, on a tour of Antarctica. This normally regal couple really rough it as they learn how penguins keep warm, why they are black and white, and why they don't live somewhere warmer! Readers of all ages will find this fact-filled introduction to the coldest place on earthand the animals who live theresuper cool.

Reviews

HUNGRY MIND Our guides for these trips are a trio of computer illustrations...They show up among the stunning photographs and offer friendly and amusing quips...you almost get the feeling you are on safari with the Simpsons.

About the Author

Keith R. Potter has worked as an illustrator, designer and art director. Recently, he was an affiliate artist-in-residence at the Marin Headlands Center for the Arts in California. These are his first books for children. Jana Leo is an artist who has exhibited her film and photographic work in New York and Europe. Ms. Leo is currently studying architecture. These, too, are her first published books for children.

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Book Info

Format

Hardback
48 pages
Interest Age: 6-10

Author

Keith Potter
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Publisher

Chronicle Books

Publication date

22nd April 1999

ISBN

9780811820684


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