The 2nd Book of the Werepenguin Trilogy!

When last we saw 12-year old Bolt, he was swimming off to live with a colony of penguins. But after Annika tracks him down and begs for his help to free her father, who has been imprisoned by a ruthless werepenguin, Bolt's penguin powers are put to the ultimate test.

 

The sequel to the book Chris Grabenstein called "the most hysterically hilarious book I've read in years."

 

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THANK YOU FOR VISITING MY SITE!

I’m the author of 3,167 books for kids, but I’ve only written a few of them down so far. I don’t type fast, and I get blisters. When I’m not writing, I’m figuring out what to write, or pulling my hat, or more commonly, pulling my hat because I can’t figure out what to write.

I also write under a few pen names, but don’t tell anyone. That’s supposed to be a secret, but I’m not very good at them. My locker combination is 12-23-6. Oh, wait. Ignore that.

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MY BOOKS

These aren’t all my books. They are just the ones I admit to writing.

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AUTHOR VISITS

The best part of being a children's book author? Presenting to students, speaking with students, and getting students excited about reading.

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THE SHORT AND SWEET BIO

Allan Woodrow has written more than thirty books for children, including The Curse of the Werepenguin, The Revenge of the Werepenguin, Class Dismissed, The Pet War, Field Tripped, Unschooled, and The Rotten Adventures of Zachary Ruthless. Also, under the name Fowler DeWitt, Allan wrote The Contagious Colors of Mumpley Middle School, its sequel, The Amazing Wilmer Dooley, and other books. Allan lives with his family outside Chicago. He regularly visits schools and libraries, and is a member of the Society of Children’s Book Writers and Illustrators.

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GET IN TOUCH

I am available for school visits, library visits, talks or games of kickball, as long as my side is up first. You can download a brochure on my Author Visits page. Please use the contact form here to reach me.

Also, I’d love to know what you think of my books, especially if you have something nice to say. If you only have mean comments, however, please go here.

 

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