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Little Duncan penguin is proud of his fuzzy coat. He sticks out
his chest as he waddles among the other penguins. He knows he is the handsomest one in the frozen south. Trouble jumps in when his fuzz flies off in clumps and floats on the wind like butterflies. His mother agrees to knit him a sweater, but will that solve the problem? The sweater is just too small. What’s he to do? Finally, his mother leads him to a mirror–like piece of ice, where a happy surprise awaits. He’s all grown up, and again the handsomest penguin in the frozen south.
This title is available in English–only or bilingual English–Spanish editions.
Margaret Gay Malone loves both reading and writing. This will be her ninth children’s book. Among her other loves are art, music, American history and, of course, animals. Over the years, the Malone family has had a collection of animals,
among them, two teddy bear hamsters, three rabbits, three
cats, and two dogs. She and her husband, Tom, live with their
Lorraine Dey has been a full–time illustrator and graphic
designer for over 30 years. Lorraine began drawing as soon
as she could pick up a crayon and she would spend hours
drawing and coloring as a little girl. “Lorrie,” as she is
known to her friends and family, lives at the Jersey Shore with
her two cats, Jodie and Mischief. A Sweater for Duncan is
her first children’s picture book.