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THE POSTULATING PENGUIN BY FRANCES COOPER & RICK HAYNES

THE POSTULATING PENGUIN by Frances Cooper & Rick Haynes “I don’t know who you are, or where you came from, get off my sofa, penguin.” “Hi, my names, Kevin, but you can call me Kev.” He introduces himself as an ice-breaker. Since promoting a well-known chocolate biscuit, life had been tough for penguins. He was hoping things would pick up. “This is a no calling zone, and that means no COLD calling.” “Have you considered installing Polar Energy, Mrs?” “Mrs Greenaway to you, and no, I’m not into anything new, I just want to finish my bowl of Frosties.” “Can I interest you in our latest range of igg-loo, you only have to flush once a week.” “It’s snow-good, I can’t afford it, so you must leave,

A NEW DRICKLE

A Drickle for you - and if you haven't read one before, a Drickle is a tale of exactly 25 words. Who Needs The Classics? The words were beautiful, evocative, the narrator delivering them with real passion. “Shakespeare? I prefer Sophie Kinsella” said Amy to her friends in year 7.

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