Giles Andreae - Be Brave Little Penguin - Hachette Children's Group

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    • ISBN:9781408338384
    • Publication date:05 Oct 2017
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    • ISBN:9781408346570
    • Publication date:12 Jan 2017

Be Brave Little Penguin

By Giles Andreae
Illustrated by Guy Parker-Rees

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A feel-good, rhyming story about a little penguin who learns to overcome his fears, from the creative duo behind the bestselling Giraffes Can't Dance.

Be Brave Little Penguin is the eagerly awaited new picture book from the creators of the bestselling Giraffe's Can't Dance. Written in true Giles Andreae style, this feel-good rhyming story portrays a positive message about confidence and self-esteem.

Little Penguin Pip-Pip would love to join in with all his friends swimming in the sea, but there's just one problem . . . he's scared of water. Can Pip-Pip overcome his fears and finally take the plunge? This irresistible story shows that sometimes all it takes is a little bit of encouragement - and a whole lot of heart - to finally make that leap!

Illustrated with humour and warmth by Guy Parker Rees, this touching tale will soon become a new family favourite.

Praise for Giraffes Can't Dance:

'All toddlers should grow up reading this or hearing their parents read it aloud to them' - Daily Telegraph

'A rhyming story with superb illustrations' - Independent

'This delightful picture book is written in lively rhyming text with vivacious illustrations' - Junior

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  • ISBN: 9781408338377
  • Publication date: 12 Jan 2017
  • Page count: 32
  • Imprint: Orchard Books
Sweet little story, showing young readers that fear is OK, and you will overcome that fear — Bookwitch
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