Polar Books



December 2016 Book of the Month
By Martin Jenkins

Did you know that the Emperor penguin is the largest penguin in the world? Towering at a whopping four feet, these creatures captivate the reader in Martin Jenkins’ children’s book, The Emperor’s Egg. An educational tale with elaborate illustrations, young readers will be captivated by factoids about penguin life in Antarctica. From slippery and snowy slopes to the depths of the frigid Arctic Ocean, children will learn how a father Emperor penguin cares for its young in one of the harshest climates on earth!

ISBN-10: 0763618713
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