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Books in Penguin series

  • AdĂ©lie Penguins

    Jody S. Rake

    Library Binding (Pebble, Aug. 1, 2019)
    Adelie penguins are known for their tux-like feathers. Find out more about this flightless, but quick swimming bird.
  • Winston Churchill: A Life

    John Keegan

    Paperback (Penguin Books, Oct. 30, 2007)
    One of the greatest historians writing today gives us a defining portrait of the incomparable Winston Churchill In his landmark biography of Winston Churchill, acclaimed historian John Keegan offers a very human portrait of one of the twentieth century's enduring symbols of heroic defiance. From Churchill's youth as a poor student to his leadership during World War II, Keegan reveals a man whose own idea of an English past—eloquently embodied in his speeches—allowed him to exhort a nation to unprecedented levels of sacrifice. The result is a uniquely discerning look at one of the most fascinating personalities in history.“The best military historian of our generation.” –Tom Clancy
  • Penguin on Vacation

    Salina Yoon

    Library Binding (Walker Childrens, April 16, 2013)
    Penguin's tired of the snow and cold--so he decides to go on vacation! But where should he go? And what new friends will he meet along the way?Seasoned illustrator Salina Yoon's spare text and bright, energetic illustrations bring this favorite character to life, ensuring that readers will be clamoring for more Penguin stories--whether they find their home in the cold or the warm.
  • Club Penguin: Waddle on Comic Collection


    Paperback (Sunbird, )
  • Penguin in Love

    Salina Yoon

    Library Binding (Walker Childrens, Dec. 3, 2013)
    One day, Penguin was looking for love, But instead he found . . .A mitten. When Penguin finds a lost mitten on the ice one day, he wonders who it belongs to-after all, every mitten has a mate! Prolific author/illustrator Salina Yoon's spare text and bright, energetic illustrations bring to life this endearing story celebrating love in its many forms, reminding us that the greatest adventrure begins when you find your other half.
  • Death of a Salesman

    Arthur Miller

    Library Binding (Perfection Learning, Jan. 1, 1953)
    Willy Loman, the protagonist of "Death of a Salesman," has spent his life following the American way, living out his belief in salesmanship as a way to reinvent himself. But somehow the riches and respect he covets have eluded him. At age 63, he searches for the moment his life took a wrong turn, the moment of betrayal that undermined his relationship with his wife and destroyed his relationship with Biff, the son in whom he invested his faith. Willy lives in a fragile world of elaborate excuses and daydreams, conflating past and present in a desperate attempt to make sense of himself and of a world that once promised so much.
  • Martin Luther King, Jr.

    Marshall Frady

    Hardcover (Viking Adult, Jan. 14, 2002)
    A renowned biographer presents an intimate and inspiring portrait of Martin Luther King, Jr., drawn from twenty-five years of award-winning commentary on American race relations, that combines the history of the civil rights movement with King's powerful rise to acclaim and influence, bringing to life his political relationships, his goals, and his achievements. 22,500 first printing.
  • Before Card-Jitsu: The Ninja Quest.


    Paperback (Sunbird Publishers, )
  • Martin Luther: A Penguin Life

    Martin E. Marty

    Hardcover (Viking Adult, Feb. 2, 2004)
    A minister, historian, and scholar reassesses the life and times of Martin Luther, describing his seminal role in the Reformation, his religious beliefs and fresh interpretation of the human relationship with God, his conflict with Church leaders, and his lasting influence on world history and religion. 25,000 first printing.
  • Death of a Salesman: Certain Private Conversations in Two Acts and a Requiem

    Arthur Miller

    Hardcover (Amereon Ltd, June 1, 1949)
    "Death Of A Salesman" is a 1949 play written by American playwright Arthur Miller. It was the recipient of the 1949 Pulitzer Prize for Drama and Tony Award for Best Play. The play is mostly told from the point of view of the protagonist, Willy, and the previous parts of Willy's life are revealed in the analepsis, sometimes during a present day scene. It does this by having a scene begin in the present time, and adding characters onto the stage whom only Willy can see and hear, representing characters and conversations from other times and places. Einstein Books' edition of "Death Of A Salesman" contains supplementary texts: "Tragedy And The Common Man", an essay by Arthur Miller. An excerpt from "The Man Who Had All The Luck", an early play by Arthur Miller. A few selected quotes of Arthur Miller.
  • Mr. Penguin and the Catastrophic Cruise

    Alex T. Smith

    Hardcover (Peachtree Publishing Company, Oct. 1, 2020)
    <p>Meet Mr. Penguin: adventurer (and penguin)!</p> <p>Mr. Penguin and his Adventuring gang board a luxury cruise ship for some much-needed rest and a little entertainment. With Colin, his kung fu spider sidekick, preparing to perform with the Ladies Choir and fish finger sandwiches available twenty-four hours a day, Mr. Penguin isn’t even bothered that he can’t swim and is deeply afraid of water.</p> <p>But when a series of odd events infiltrates a façade of glamorous parties filled with a who’s who of film stars and politicians, Mr. Penguin can’t help but feel that something shifty is happening on board. And when he befriends a young stowaway with a mystery of her own to solve, he soon finds that Adventures are lying in wait after all.</p> <p>This third installment in the humorous, page-turning series from Alex T. Smith, the author-illustrator of the popular Claude series, is sure to thrill young readers looking for a good adventure.</p>
  • Mr. Penguin and the Fortress of Secrets

    Alex T. Smith

    Paperback (Peachtree Publishing Company, Oct. 1, 2020)
    Meet Mr. Penguin―Adventurer (And Penguin!)When Mr. Penguin and Colin crash-land on a snowy mountain, they discover strange noises coming from an old, ruined fortress. Might it be connected to the mystery of missing pets? Why are there shadowy figures lurking about? And will Mr. Penguin conquer his fear of flying?This second installment in the humorous, page-turning series from Alex T. Smith, the author-illustrator of the popular Claude series, is sure to thrill young readers looking for a good adventure.