Reggie: Kid Penguin (A Graphic Novel) (Hardcover)
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Other Books in Series
This is book number 1 in the Reggie series.
Fans of Babymouse and Owly will love this early graphic novel series about the everyday adventures and high jinks of Reginald “Reggie” Guinn, a little kid penguin with a big personality!
Reggie is just like any other kid: always looking for fun and adventure! But Reggie’s curious, playful side sometimes gets him into trouble. Like when he tries to give himself a haircut before picture day…and ends up gluing his feathers back on his head! Or when he sneaks a mouthful of cookie dough from the kitchen…then feels the sun baking cookies in his tummy! Or when his babysitter puts him on a kid leash while they walk to the park…and he rebels by acting like a dog!
Reggie: Kid Penguin is a collection of six silly stories that explore kid-friendly themes, all through the eyes of a lovable, spunky penguin.
About the Author
Jen de Oliveira is a writer, cartoonist, and elementary school teacher from the Bay Area, California. She is the creator of the all-ages webcomic Reggie and the cocreator of Sunday Haha, a free weekly comics newsletter for kids. Reggie: Kid Penguin is her graphic novel debut. She invites you to visit her online at reggiecomic.com or follow her on Instagram and Twitter @jendeoart.
Junior Library Guild selection
An ALA Best Graphic Novels for Children Reading List Pick
“Everyone is going to love Reggie, a creative kid with a lot of heart!"—Mika Song, Eisner Award–nominated creator of Donut Feed the Squirrels
A Junior Library Guild Selection
“A wacky and weirdly wise series of scenarios solved with comical kid logic.”—Kirkus
“[Reggie] traverses through the short stories in this graphic collection with all the wiseacre personality and flailing energy of Mo Willems’s Pigeon.… A rib-tickling title that will give the younger elementary set a character to call their own from the graphic novel shelves.”—School Library Journal
"A comic that’s easy to read but that also shows a keen attunement to kids’ interests and thought processes."—Horn Book