Waddle

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A Book of Fun for Penguin Lovers

Penguins. We love them. Seemingly upright caricatures of us, it is easy to bond with these black and white ‘little people’. They have become perennial favourites of cartoonists, because they are fun. They make us laugh. Waddle is a compendium of delightful quotes and gorgeous photographs that capture the essence of this amusement. Its intention is to put a grin on your face and a warm feeling in your heart — all thanks to these endearing creatures that don’t just walk, but waddle.

SPECIFICATIONS: Hardcover | 225 x 203 mm /  8.75 x 8 inches | 160 pages | Colour

Professor Lloyd Spencer Davis (aka Professor Penguin) has been studying penguins for over 40 years. He has written seven books about penguins and published many scientific articles about them. He has led 15 expeditions to Antarctica as well as studying penguins in exotic and far-flung locations all around the Southern Hemisphere. He maintains the website PenguinWorld.com. An award-winning filmmaker and writer, his documentary, Meet the Real Penguins, which he directed and scripted, won 12 international awards. His book, The Plight of the Penguin, was the New Zealand Children’s Book of the Year. He is currently Vice President of the international body representing science communicators.

Gift Guide featured
“Waddle is a compilation of quotations accompanied by gorgeous photography. Compiled by a leading penguin expert and gifted science communicator, this delightful book will put a grin on your face and warmth in your heart.” Click here to view


The Daily Telegraph reviewed
“this beautiful coffee table allows us to enjoy (penguins) in all their fluffy, comical upright-walking cuteness”.

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“It’ll make you smile! From the title to the amusing quotes, Waddle: A Book of Fun for Penguin Lovers is meant to bring about warm fuzzy feelings” Click here to read more