Where's Walrus? and Penguin? (Hardcover)

By Stephen Savage

Scholastic Press, 9780545402958, 32pp.

Publication Date: August 25, 2015

List Price: 16.99*
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When Walrus escapes the zoo with his new friend Penguin, their adventures are twice the fun!

In this sequel to the acclaimed WHERE'S WALRUS?, author Stephen Savage doubles the fun when Walrus escapes the zoo with his mischievous pal, Penguin. Will the zookeeper find them? Or will these clever runaways stay one step ahead disguised as subway riders, baseball players, and even grand opera performers? Hiding in plain sight, they elude the clueless zookeeper until a fly ball at a baseball game leads Walrus and Penguin to a chance encounter with surprising results!

About the Author

Stephen Savage is the author and illustrator of Where’s Walrus?, which was named a best book of the year by Publishers Weekly, Kirkus Reviews, the Horn Book, and the Bulletin of the Center for Children’s Books. He is also the illustrator of the acclaimed New York Times bestselling picture book Polar Bear Night, written by Lauren Thompson, which was named a New York Times Best Illustrated Children’s Book. When Stephen is not on the run, he lives in Brooklyn, New York, with his wife and their daughter.

Praise For Where's Walrus? and Penguin?

Praise for Where's Walrus? And Penguin? :

* "Clever, cheeky, and endearing—a wordless achievement." -- Kirkus Reviews, starred review

* "This charming book stands on its own and will be welcomed by readers new to Walrus as well as fans of the original." -- School Library Journal, starred review

* "Full of sly visual jokes and smart use of repetition, this wordless rollick draws smiles on every page." -- Publishers Weekly, starred review

Praise for Where's Walrus? :

* "Savage's stylish digitally created illustrations feature clean shapes, strong lines, and solid blocks of color." -- The Horn Book, starred review

* "This silent chase, which ends amenably for both pursuer and escapee, pairs well with Peggy Rathmann's perennial favorite Goodnight, Gorilla."--  Publishers Weekly, starred review

"Refreshing, captivating, elegant and witty."-- Kirkus Reviews

"The walrus’ delicately absurd mimicry provides plenty of point-and-giggle moments in this understated but considerably charming bit of irreverence." -- Booklist