Penguin's Hidden Talent

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Peachtree Publishers, 2012 - Juvenile Fiction - 32 pages
15 Reviews
The talent show is coming up and Penguin doesn't have a special skill to showcase - or does he? All of Penguin's friends are excited about the upcoming talent show, but Penguin can't seem to figure out what he can do. He tries juggling appliances with Bear, doing magic tricks with Rabbit, and burping the alphabet with Fox, but he doesn't seem to be good at any of it. Stuck behind the scenes organizing, Penguin leaves the contest saddened, the only one who hasn't received a medal. His friends decide to throw him a party to make him feel better, but their festivities fizzle. That's when Penguin discovers he might have some special skills after all as he sets to work planning the best party ever.

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User Review  - Christopher Skelskey - Goodreads

This is a good book to teach about looking inside to see what it is that makes you special. The illustrations do a good job of supporting the story. Read full review

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User Review  - Shelli - Goodreads

Alex Latimer is becoming a picture book author that I look forward to seeing on our library shelves. His simple stories and illustrations are always exciting to read and many a giggles in-sue while ... Read full review

About the author (2012)

Alex Latimer lives near the border of a national park so when not writing or drawing, he spends his free time shooing baboons out of his lounge. The Boy Who Cried Ninja is his first book for children. He lives in South Africa.

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