Antics: A Book of Penguin Poems by Judy Sierra.
A collection of penguin poems!
(Sunburst Book) by Helen Cowcher.
Information on this frozen environment.
Cuddly Dudley by
This lovable penguin tries to find some peace and quiet.
Egg by Martin Jenkins.
A delightful book on how the male Emperor Penguin
incubates an egg.
Penguins by Dorothy Hinshaw Patent.
Another good nonfiction book, best used as a reference.
Penguins by Richard Atwater.
This classic chapter book could be read over a longer
unit on penguins.
(Animal Close-Ups) by Beatrice Fontanel.
A Penguin Pup for
Pinkerton by Steven Kellogg.
This popular great dane attempts to incubate a football
in his paws, after hearing how Penguins do the same with
How they Grow Series) by Mary Ling.
A simple book on the development of a penguin.
Included are wonderful photographs of a penguin's
A fantastic nonfiction book. Filled with lots of
interesting facts about penguins.
(Animals of the Ocean) by Judith Hodge.
A good nonfiction book about penguins.
Lunn M. Stone.
A nonfiction book with chapters on Penguin Homes, Food,
Seven Weeks on
an Iceberg by Keith R. Potter.
An appealing book filled with facts and
(Series) by Helen Lester.
This series of books revolves around a penguin named
Can't Fly (Rookie Read-About Science) by Allan
Includes information on all flightless birds.
Penguin Sees the World by Margaret Rey.
This book is brought to you by the much loved
"Curious George" team. It was not
discovered until after the death of Margaret Rey,
although it was written in 1937. It is the story
of a penguin who sets off to see the world in order to
have stories to tell.