Wally the Warm-Weather Penguin Book Review

Wally the Warm-Weather Penguin

Wally the Warm-Weather Penguin by Stephanie M. Ward

My rating: 5 of 5 stars

Wally the Warm-Weather Penguin is a beautifully illustrated story book. Bright, colorful pictures and wonderful animals to see. It tells the story of a penguin who wanted to be in a warm place and decided to move to Galapagos Islands to enjoy the sun.

The book has sweet and simple rhymes which are fun to read to my toddler and he even sings along sometimes.

It is a perfect bedtime read and the pictures explain the story so that my 5 year old reads it on his own by just enjoying the pictures. He has also memorized half the story.

The different animals and adventures Wally faces as he travels to his destination is a lot of fun. Learning and reading and enjoying it too.I highly recommend this book for all toddlers.

I received a free ecopy of this book from the author for review. This is my honest opinion


Wally is an Emperor Penguin from Antarctica who isn’t exactly like the other penguins. Wally is always cold and dreams of life on a tropical island. When Wally learns about a place that is always sunny and warm, he sets sail for the Galapagos Islands and discovers an amazing world of tap-dancing crabs, racing hundred-year-old tortoises and diving birds with bright blue feet. With clever rhyming text and brilliant, colorful illustrations, children will love visiting the Galapagos Islands with Wally and his memorable friends. 

Wally the Warm-Weather Penguin is a fully illustrated picture book aimed at children 1 – 4 years old. 

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