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  • A pleasure to read

    P.I. Penguin's parents have been missing for a while, but he has never stopped looking for them. In the meantime, P.I. Penguin contents himself with solving his friends' mysteries. Today, Bella the bottlenose dolphin comes to him with a case involving the disappearance of a piece from her precious bottle collection. Will P.I. Penguin be able to help out a friend in need? The book begins with a glossary of tricky words and hints for parents reading to a child with learning difficulties. The rhyming text - in paragraphs instead of verse - is a pleasure to read. The story is illustrated throughout with gorgeous, full-page, colourful illustrations by Adit Galih depicting the cute sea creatures. I especially love the leafy sea dragons; you can find out more about these delightful creatures on the publisher's website. While you're there, sign up for the newsletter to receive free kids' activities and offers. While this is a picture book, it is primarily aimed at middle grade children (ages 6 to 12) with reading or literacy difficulties. The font, paper, and colours have be especially chosen to promote a positive reading experience. The mystery of P.I. Penguin's missing parents will be a continuing theme throughout the series. This is a clever idea to keep the kids coming back to read the further adventures of P.I. Penguin. I received this book in return for an honest review.

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  • P.I the pengiun

    I loved it. I would read another book by the author.this is the good book I read before I loved it

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  • An Adventure Is Just Around The Page

    This is a wonderful early reader book I am excited to share with you. The wonderful rhyming words and flowing story will keep your kids attention. The pretty pictures will hold their mind when they get tired. There is a glossary of tricky words at the front of the book. Isn't that great it is right where you need it to be. Your wee ones will want you to read them this book. Then soon they will start picking out words. Then you will be team reading it together. Then they will push you aside and read it to you. I think this book will stick around. P I went down to the Ocean to think and heard a voice. "Stop thief!". Someone had stolen the bottle nosed dolphins bottle. P. I. jumped in to look at the scene of the crime. He found where the bottle was and then followed the clues to Gordon Grey shark. He sent him to some Leafy Sea Dragons. Where will they go from here? Where is the bottle? I know one thing. The ocean will be very pretty and the fish and mammals you meet will be very interesting. I can't wait for you to find out. I found this book on a website for free for an honest review

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