Sunday, May 29, 2016

Review: P.I. Penguin and the Case of the Lost Little Penguin by Bec J. Smith, Adit Galih (Illustrator)

25623007Title: P.I. Penguin and the Case of the Lost Little Penguin
Author: Bec J. Smith
Illustrator: Adit Galih
Published: May 24, 2015
Publisher: Aulexic
Review: ebook provided by author
Buy Links: Amazon, Amazon.uk 


When a baby penguin goes missing at Perth Zoo, P.I. Penguin is there to help his friends. Who knows where the lost little penguin might be? Can P.I. find him before night falls?

Join P.I. Penguin as he solves crimes and mysteries for his animal friends while trying to discover the truth of the mystery that set him on his path, that of his missing parents.

Aulexic titles are all carefully crafted to encourage language and literacy learning. Each story is rich with rhyme and rhythm, vivid concrete words, vibrant images, and dyslexia-friendly text and formatting. We focus on creating engaging stories to inspire even the most resistant readers


We received this book to give an honest review.
K really is enjoying the P.I. Penguin and the cases he has to solve. I haven't had a chance to read to A yet but I am sure she would like them as well. Not only does the story rhyme but it has great pictures that are very colorful and pleasing to the eye. 
In this story he still thinks about his family that is missing but now he has a case of finding a baby penguin who has gone missing at the zoo. It is up to P.I. Penguin and the help of other animals in the zoo to find him. Will he also get an answer and get closer to finding his parents? 
K and I both wonder where are his parents and why did they leave him. We both have theories but we will just have to see what the main theory is.

Questions and Answers with K.

1. Did you like the book?
"Yes"

2. Was there anything special you liked in the book?
" I really liked how the other animals helped him."

3. Would you recommend this book to your friends?
"Yes"



Bec J. Smith is the writing team of science fiction and fantasy novelist, Rebecca Laffar-Smith and her two children, Kaylie and Joshua. Rebecca established Aulexic, a small press publishing house specialising in early readers for children with language and literacy acquisition difficulties, because she wanted to inspire her own son to love reading. What better way to do that then to work together to create books he would love and to share those books with other children just like him!

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