Learning to Fly by Sebastian Meschenmoser

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Penguins can t fly. Of course they can t. Can they?

A wayward penguin is found by the side of the road and convinces his rescuer he crashed while flying. The unusual pair tries all sorts of methods to return the penguin to the sky (all remarkably unsuccessful) until the day when the penguin finally rediscovers the secret of flight within himself. This charming, simple, and understated parable is ideal for children starting school, graduates, job-seekers, newlyweds, and anyone else who s learning to fly in unfamiliar skies.

About Sebastian Meschenmoser

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Published March 1, 2006 by Kane/Miller Book Pub. 56 pages
Genres: Self Help, Nature & Wildlife, Children's Books. Non-fiction

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He says the penguin knew how to fly until "he met some other birds./ They said, 'Penguins can't fly.'/ And he thought, 'They're right.'/ That's when he crashed."

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