Einstein the Penguin - The Case of the Polar Poachers (Einstein the Penguin, Book 3)

By Iona Rangeley, Illustrated by David Tazzyman

Einstein the penguin is back in this future-classic and fantastically funny story for all the family to enjoy. Get ready to welcome the most extraordinary penguin back into your own home.

Imogen has been taking a step back from penguin activities since she started her new school, leaving her brother, Arthur, in charge of visiting their feathered friends. But when penguins start to go missing from the wild, she knows she has to spring into action. Could old adversaries be behind the random disappearances? With the help of their old friend, Einstein, it’s time for Imogen and Arthur to turn detective again . . .

‘A delightful series’ The Bookseller

Format: Hardback
Ageband: from 7
Release Date: 12 Oct 2023
Pages: 256
ISBN: 978-0-00-847604-5
Iona Rangeley has just finished studying English at Oxford. She has wanted to be a writer since her debut novel Sam and the Pig, which she wrote when she was five. Iona starting writing Einstein the Penguin when her final exams came along, because it was more fun.David Tazzyman is an internationally acclaimed award-wining illustrator. Born and raised in Leicester, David wanted to be an artist since the age of five. Graduating from Manchester Metropolitan University in 1993, he worked as a commercial illustrator before falling into children’s publishing in 2006, illustrating Andy Stanton’s Mr Gum series, which went on to win numerous awards, including the first Roald Dahl Funny Prize. David likes drawing a lot. He also likes football, cricket, golf and biscuits.


'An outstanding debut. Funny and surprising' The Times Best Books for Children 2021 -

”'This debut novel is a delight . . . A joy to read aloud” - Sunday Times Children’s Book of the Week

”'When Einstein and his friend Isaac are kidnapped, Imogen and Arthur must figure out what happened. The second book in Rangeley’s delightful series” - The Bookseller