Spy Penguins: The Spy Who Loved Ice Cream

Sam Hay (Author) Marek Jagucki (Illustrator)
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Product Details

Price
$13.99  $12.87
Publisher
Feiwel & Friends
Publish Date
September 17, 2019
Pages
240
Dimensions
5.8 X 8.3 X 0.8 inches | 0.6 pounds
Language
English
Type
Hardcover
EAN/UPC
9781250188588

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About the Author

Sam Hay is the author of over thirty books for children including Spy Penguins, the Undead Pets series, and the Stella and the Night Sprites series. Raised in Scotland and trained as a journalist in Edinburgh, Sam became a full-time writer when her first baby was born and now lives in Wales with her husband and two children.

Marek Jagucki is a graduate of Falmouth School of Art and Design. He is a full-time illustrator and graphic designer based in Yorkshire, UK.

Reviews

"Hay dishes up another lickety split caper, presented in generously leaded lines that share space with frequent views of penguins of diverse species in lab coats or cobbled- together spy gear. Hatchlings with a taste for sweet, uncomplicated mysteries will devour it. " -- Booklist Online

"The Spy Who Loved Ice Cream is every bit as much fun as Spy Penguins. ... The illustrations and fast-paced, fun writing will keep readers coming back for more." -- Mom Read It

Praise for Spy Penguins:
"Two young penguins angling for jobs with the FBI (Frosty Bureau of Investigation) solve a dastardly ecocrime in this Antarctic antic... Jagucki slips comical cartoon scenes featuring anthropomorphic penguins of diverse breed into the well-leaded narrative... fans will flock to their future capers." --Booklist

"Penguin details ("Quigley puffed up his feathers") and humor ("There was one tiny, krill-sized problem with this plan") by Hay (the Undead Pets series) build the world alongside cartoon illustrations by Jagucki. A quick pace, an engaging mystery, and attempted inventions--a pair of invisibility suits made of sardines that uses "the same scientific principles" as the fish--will keep readers hooked on this series opener." --Publishers Weekly

"The first in a new series, this is chock full of penguin-themed wordplay, including a popular penguin pop star named Justin Beaker. Quigley's inventions, including an "invisibility suit" made of sardine poop, are quirky and fun, as are Jackson's attempts to distract his mom from discovering his spy exploits. This light, funny adventure series will appeal to elementary school mystery fans." --School Library Journal