The Lonely Penguin is feeling lonely becuase she has nobody to play with. Everyone else has someone to play with. Exept Penguin!
She sits by herself, all alone. Can Penguin overcome her loneliness?
This book includes discussion questions to encourage children to talk about their own and others’ feelings. Talk with children after reading together to help them understand the behaviour of the characters and build an awareness of their own and others’ feelings.
Phillip Gwynne is an Australian author, he is best know for his 1998 debut novel ‘Deadly, Unna?’. This book was a hit and was made into the feature film Australian Rules for which Phillip won an AFI award. Gwynne writes for a wide range of age groups from picture books, junior fiction and young adult novel.
Penelope Pratley spends her days creating wonder using watercolour, ink, pencil and mixed media. Penelope adores stories for children which explains her particular focus on creating picture books. Her work has been published by EK Books, New Frontier Publishing, and Christmas Press.
- Soft Cover (Picture Book)
- Age Range 4+
- Full Colour
- 24 pages