This hilarious story of a pangolin with an identity crisis will be loved by fans of Penguin Problems and Unicorn Thinks He's Pretty Great.
Poor pangolin--he's trying to explain who he is, but all the other animals keep getting confused.
You have scales--like a snake? A long tongue--like a frog? A strong scent--like a skunk? You can roll in a ball--like an armadillo? And a name that sounds a lot like...penguin? We love penguins!
"No, no, no! I am not a penguin! There are no penguins here!"
But then, just when it couldn't get worse, a penguin arrives!!
What's a poor pangolin got to do to be understood?!
About the Author
LIZ WONG was born in Honolulu, Hawaii, where she spent her early childhood painting and clambering about in mango trees. She is the author-illustrator of Quackers and The Goose Egg, and the illustrator of Pirate Queen: A Story of Zheng Yi Sao by Helaine Becker. Liz holds a BFA in Art and a BA in Anthropology from the University of Washington and currently resides in Edmonds, Washington with her husband and son.To learn more about the author and her work, visit LizWongIllustration.com or follow her on Twitter at @LizWongart.
"The straightforward facts and cheeky dialogue are engaging, well-paced, and presented clearly in either poster-shaped rectangles or speech balloons.” —The Horn Book