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Stay Warm This Winter With Picture Books About Penguins

A graphic that has three penguins holding presence and a book with the title Penguin Picture Books for Winter Weather

Winter snow and ice are on their way. Snuggle up somewhere warm and enjoy these picture books about everyone’s favorite cold-weather bird: penguins!

The cover of the picture book Lost and Found, which shows a penguin and boy floating in an umbrella in the ocean

Lost and Found, by Oliver Jeffers

When a penguin arrives at a boy’s door, he decides to help it find its way back to the South Pole. On the way, he learns about what really makes a home. The penguin and boy return in Up and Down.

Seals are Jerks, by Jared Chapman

Lorelei is sure that penguins and seals are best friends. When she finds out some seals eat penguins, she goes on a journey to find out if it’s true. Watch author and illustrator Jared Chapman tell how he came up with the idea for this new book.

The cover of the picture book Seals Are Jerks, which shows a little girl shouting the books title while a seal says "Are not!" And two penguins say "Are too!"
The cover of the picture book And Tango Makes Three, which shows two father penguins cuddling their check

And Tango Makes Three, by Justin Richardson and Peter Parnell, illustrated by Henry Cole

This sweet story of two male penguins who raise a chick together has become a beloved classic about the joy of nontraditional families.

Your Personal Penguin, by Sandra Boynton

Sandra Boynton is the queen of fun and funny board books, like this one about an enthusiastically friendly penguin. Learn the song and sing along!

The cover of the board book Your Personal Penguin, which shows a dancing penguin and music notes
The cover of the picture book Wears Walrus and Penguin, which shows a walrus and a penguin standing in a line of people with umbrellas by the subway

Where’s Walrus and Penguin, by Stephen Savage

Walrus and his pal Penguin escape from the zoo to have adventures in the city. Kids will love helping the zookeeper spot them in this wordless book.