The Penguin Cafe at the Edge of the World (Hardcover)

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The Penguin Cafe at the Edge of the World (Hardcover)

By Nurit Zarchi, Anat Warshavsky (Illustrator)


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This charming children’s story follows three penguin brothers as they run a café in the South Pole.

In the icy reaches of the South Pole live three penguin brothers: Amos, Max, and Hans. They love cooking so much that one day they band together to start a cozy café. There, they will serve a delicious, cinnamony concoction of their own creation — Peng-Winter Stew! The only snag? Since they are located at the edge of the world, people don’t visit them very often. As the penguin brothers wait for the next boat to arrive, they hope that their customers will enjoy their splendid stew as much as they do.

Illustrated by contemporary artist Anat Warshavsky in whimsical watercolors with a vivid primary color palette, The Penguin Café at the Edge of the World is a warmhearted tale of friendship and collaboration.

NURIT ZARCHI is an Israeli poet and author who has received every major Israeli award for children's literature

ANAT WARSHAVSKY is an illustrator, designer and artist based in Israel.
Product Details ISBN: 9781683964421
ISBN-10: 168396442X
Publisher: Fantagraphics
Publication Date: August 3rd, 2021
Pages: 36
Language: English
A cheerful meditation on friendship and perseverance.
— Slings & Arrows Graphic Novel Guide