Celestine and the Penguins by Penny Ives
  

Synopsis

Celestine and the Penguins by Penny Ives

Re-released in paperback, this title features confident little duck heroine, Celestine, who is bored of waiting for the snow to arrive one winter. She decides to make her own, but cotton wool and paper just aren't the same. As she trudges back to her house, who should be behind her but a host of baby penguins, set adrift from Antarctica! After attempts to recreate the chill of the South Pole fail, it's up to Celestine to find a way to send the penguins home.

About the Author

Penny Ives trained at Bath Academy of Art and Brighton Art School. She now works full-time as an illustrator, and has published books with Puffin and Child's Play, as well as Templar. Penny lives and works in Bath, where she shares an untidy house with her tall and still-growing teenage son, three cats the size of small horses and two giant goldfish.

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Book Info

Format

Paperback
40 pages

Author

Penny Ives
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Publisher

Templar Publishing

Publication date

1st November 2014

ISBN

9781783701186


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