Scoop

    By Di Britton | ISBN 9780645286069

    Scoop is a Little Penguin who was born in Summerlands, Cowes, in the Southern Victorian region of Australia. He is adventurous and sometimes a little naughty. Born on land, he has to learn to swim and fish, as well as how to look after himself. He has some cute friends and together they have a few adventures and challenges in the deep ocean.

    Human penguins are a challenge as they pollute the sea and sometimes frighten little penguins.

    An informative and cute story. Your children will fall in love with Scoop.

    About the author

    Di Britton [1914-1993] devoted many years to working with Pauline Reilly as a member of the Penguin Study Group on Phillip Island, Victoria, Australia. Pauline wrote about this in her book Fairy Penguins and Earthy People published by Lothian Publishing Company Pty Ltd.

    The group was part of the Victorian Ornithological Research Group [VORG], and they undertook their work in the sand-dunes of Summerland Penguin Reserve, near the western tip of Phillip Island, 140 km south-east of Melbourne, Victoria.

    Di developed a deep love of the Little Penguins and in the year preceding her untimely death in 1993 wrote this story. It has recently come to light again and is offered for the enjoyment and information of all Little Penguin lovers.

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