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Be Brave Little Penguin Kindle Edition
From the Inside Flap
From the beloved creators of Giraffes Cant Dance comes a heartfelt reminder to believe in yourself, BE BRAVE and take that leap!
With its catchy rhyming text, an empowering ending and a supersparkly cover, Be Brave Little Penguin is another bedtime hit from the Giraffes Can't Dance dream team... (Gurgle)
A tale of facing those monsters and finding that it's fun to swim free. (The Glasgow Herald)
A glorious rhyming text is perfectly supported by bright, joyful illustrations that burst off the page and caputre the mood of the text so well. A gentle story, full of love and humour, with a very positive message that someitmes we all need is a little gentlre encouragement and a big heart to help us be brave and overcome our fears. (The School Librarian) --This text refers to an out of print or unavailable edition of this title.
- ASIN : B01M0PDIME
- Publisher : Orchard Books (12 January 2017)
- Language : English
- File size : 12351 KB
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- Print length : 32 pages
- Best Sellers Rank: #113,036 in Kindle Store (See Top 100 in Kindle Store)
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By Charanya A. on 1 November 2020
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Notable to me here, it is the mother penguin whom aids the child to water, while the father penguin comes out with a bit of a dig at the child, never to be seen again in the book. Probably quite a real to life portrayal of parenting in humanity, but I belive penguins are actually quite a bit more progressive in thier gender roles with Mum and Dad penguin sharing many of the what and may be considered among humans as mothering roles. Gosh, this is turning into a bit of a thing. These books are actually quite thought provoking, well done Giles.