The Adventures of Marco and Polo by Dieter Wiesmuller

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With stunning, impressionistic illustrations, Dieter Wiesmller takes young readers on a delightful journey of discovery. Marco Monkey grew up in a land of steamy tropical rainforests. Polo Penguin had never left the frosty cold ice pack of Antarctica. But the two adventurers share a curiosity about the world around them that leads them on a globe-spanning expedition that explores both the wonders of the Earth around them and the very nature of friendship itself.
 

About Dieter Wiesmuller

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Dieter Wiesmüller is a fine artist and book illustrator. He lives in Hamburg, Germany.
 
Published April 1, 2000 by Walker Childrens. 40 pages
Genres: Nature & Wildlife, Action & Adventure, Children's Books.

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Pernix, a small dinosaur, wanders hungrily through the primeval forest looking for food, is taunted by a trio of flying dinosaurs and risks being eaten by a crocodile and stampeded by an unimaginably large behemoth.

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Marco Monkey and Polo Penguin hit it off and, after visiting each other's homelands, attempt to find some middle ground that is ""neither too hot for Polo nor too cold for Marco."" Although their eventual selection (it's New York City, recognizable by the Chrysler and Empire State buildings) does...

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