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The Atwaters wrote this unforgettable tale in 1938, but its timeless charm shows no signs of aging. Children are invited to imagine, dream, and believe that anything is possible. Robert Lawson, illustrator of The Story of Ferdinand, offers delightfully humorous pictures--as integral to this classic as the story itself. An ideal read-aloud book for all ages, Mr. Popper's Penguins will have any audience rolling in the aisles. (Ages 9 to 12)
A giggle-worthy read-aloud for the whole family, both my 8 year old and my 11 year old really enjoyed this book. Read morePublished 21 hours ago by Karen L. Shumway
Great book. Treat yourself and read it out loud to a child. Wonderfully imaginative. I can only wonder how much fun the author and his wife had writing it!Published 8 days ago by D. Olson
This book is easy to read and very engaging. Like many people I know with reading struggles, I often see a movie before I read the original story in book form. I love this book. Read morePublished 23 days ago by Kindle Customer
I liked this book because, at the end of the story, Mr. Popper took the penguins to the North Pole instead of having them perform in the movies. Read morePublished 28 days ago by francis s pelkowski
My son loves to hear this story read to him again and again, and esp finds the penguins funny and cute.Published 1 month ago by Chickadee
It was an awesome book
I would recommend it to any 3rd grader.
It was awesome and amazing.
My 8 & 10 year old love this story. They listen to it at bed time at least once a week. I can hear them laughing
in their room at the antics of the penguins!