Einstein the Penguin: A funny action adventure story for kids – “a delight” SUNDAY TIMES
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On one fine day Stewart’s family visits zoo. While leaving Mrs. Stewart says to Einstein(penguin) at the zoo that he can stay with them whenever he wishes. They get a surprise visitor in the evening. It’s the adorable penguin from the zoo. Can he stay with them forever?? Why did he visit them? A bit of madcap and a lot of cuteness (what is it about penguins that makes them so sweet?) makes it a book children will enjoy.
When the Stewart family visit the zoo, they particularly like the penguins. As they are leaving, Mrs Stewart says to one of the penguins that they can come and visit any time. They are very surprised when the penguin turns up on their doorstep shortly afterwards. The children, Imogen and Arthur, love having Einstein to stay and try to find out more about where he has come from and why he is there. The above is why I requested the book from NetGalley. The above is also why I had high expectations from this book. ( Quite unfair to the book, I agree.) And finally, the above is why I felt a little let down when my expectations weren’t met entirely. Now comes the big question. Why has Einstein come to the Stewarts? Can he stay with them like a pet? Soon, a mystery begins to unravel and Imogen and Arthur discover that Einstein is as smart as his name and has come to them on a mission.The Stewarts never could have guessed that a day trip to the zoo would mean they’d end up sharing their house with a penguin, let alone the amazing mystery that follows. Will appeal to fans of Paddington.” -iNews Best Children’s Books for Christmas When Pippin discovers she possesses magical powers, she uses her newfound skills to investigate the mysterious water shortage in Funsprings.This hilarious fantasy adventure will have readers rolling around with laughter. In an effort to ensure that their children did not get bored, on a bitterly chilly Saturday in December, Mrs Stewart decided to take the family to the zoo. This is where the adventure begins. Young Arthur is desperate to see the penguins and, even though the zoo is about to close for the day, he makes sure that he visits their enclosure. One particular penguin catches his eye, it seems to be copying everything the children do. Arthur and Imogen are sure that they have made a new friend and as they walk away from the enclosure their mum's final words are "You, Mr Penguin, must come and stay with us whenever you like. Penguins are always welcome at our house".
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