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Book Review-A Penguin Story



A Penguin Story, by Antoinette Portis is about a penguin that looks for something that is not white, not blue, or black. So the penguin, Edna goes off looking for something else. She finds something big and orange. You have to read the rest of the story to find out what Edna finds. I love this book, it is sooooo cute. It has fantastic pictures. It is a little easy but fun!


Comments

Mom said…
Awesome job...Gracie! I know how much you love books and penguins! Perfect for you!
Mrs. Rosheim said…
Grace~Thank you so much for sharing your great review with kids every where. You are a fabulous writer! I hope that everyone loves the book as much as you and I do.
Melanie said…
I loved your review!!! You wrote your review sooooooooo good I want to read A Penguin Story.

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