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Pink!: What's a penguin to think when he wakes up PINK?

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Patrick wakes up one day to find he's turned pink overnight. But boys can't be pink! Feeling teased and left out, Patrick runs away in search of pink playmates--but he soon learns that friendship is never black and white, and real friends accept you as you are.

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"One sunny morning Patrick woke up to find he had turned bright pink."

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  • But I'm a boy," he shouted. "AND BOYS CAN'T BE PINK!
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About Lynne Rickards

Lynne Rickards was born in Canada and now lives in Scotland with her husband and two children. She grew up writing and illustrating her own stories and actually went to art school at 18 to study illustration. However, she decided she was much happier writing the stories and loves to see artwork in her books, knowing it's so much better than anything she...

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About Margaret Chamberlain

Margaret Chamberlain is the author-illustrator of Please Don't Torment Tootsie and Mimi and Moochie. She has illustrated many children`s books over the last twenty years and has worked with Walker and Bloomsbury, amongst others. She divides her time between Lyme Regis and London....

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