Project Description

29 November 2022
RRP: $29.99
ISBN: 9781922848222
Hardback, 48 pages
285 x 245 mm
Juvenile Nonfiction

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Maps for Penguins

by Tracey Turner and Hui Skipp

Animals don’t really need maps, but you can use the ones in this book to travel all over the world. Along the way you can …

– step inside the territory of a Bengal tiger
– run with a wolf pack across the Alaskan wilderness
– swim to Hawai’i with humpback whales
– visit ring-tailed lemurs in a Madagascar forest
– discover where emperor penguins lay their eggs.

Find out how these amazing animals make their journeys without GPS, along with lots of fascinating information about where they go and how they live. You’ll meet poisonous caterpillars, dancing bees, singing whales, and very chilly penguins.

About the Author

Tracey Turner’s many books for children include How Many Mice Make an Elephant, which won the SLA Information Book Award for 8-12s, and A History of the World in 25 Cities, which was shortlisted for the Waterstone’s Book of the Year 2021.

About the Illustrator 

Hui Skipp studied sculpture at the prestigious National Taiwan University of Art, and her gorgeous, vibrant illustrations for children are featured in books, including A Pandemonium of Parrots (Big Picture Press). Her love of animals, from tiny termites to giant humpback whales, shines through in this fascinating book.