P.I. Penguin and the Case of the Missing Bottle

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In this, the first book of the P.I. Penguin series, P.I. Penguin is on the hunt for Bella Bottlenose’s missing bottle. Was it stolen by a nasty bottle thief? Let’s follow the clues to find out!

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Publisher: Aulexic
Product ID: 183


Join P.I. Penguin as he solves crimes and mysteries for his animal friends while trying to discover the truth of the mystery that set him on his path, that of his missing parents.

Aulexic titles are all carefully crafted to encourage language and literacy learning. Each story is rich with rhyme and rhythm, vivid concrete words, vibrant images, and dyslexia-friendly text and formatting. We focus on creating engaging stories to inspire even the most resistant readers.

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Weight 0.0 kg
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Paperback, Kindle (.mobi), iBooks (.epub), Kobo (.epub), Other (.pdf)

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Number of Pages

48 Pages

Recommended Age

6-8 Years, 8-10 Years

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  1. Carla Johnson-Hicks (Educator)

    5 out of 5 P.I. solves the case, but can he solve his own case?

    This is the first book in the P.I. Penguin series. It starts off with him wondering if his missing parents might be home today. We do not know what happened or how long they have been missing, perhaps we will find the answers to those questions in subsequent books. In the meantime, P.I. Penguin helps his friends when they have problems. In this story, Bella the bottlenose dolphin comes to him for help finding one of her bottles. It has disappeared from her collection. This sounds like a case of P.I.. Will he be able to solve the case and help out a friend?

    This story is beautifully illustrated with full page, colourful, vibrant illlustrations. They are sure to elicit discussion and help with some of the words. The sea creatures are so well drawn to draw attention to them. I also love the rhyming way the story is written. When young children or those with reading difficulties are learning to read, rhyming words is a great way to reinforce sounds.

    you can find out more about these delightful creatures on the publisher’s website. While you’re there, sign up for the newsletter to receive free kids’ activities and offers.

    These books are especially written for students who are having difficulty reading, specifically those with dyslexia. The font, paper, and colours have be especially chosen to promote a positive reading experience. There are also tips at the front of the book for parents and teachers. I love the letter to parents about the importance or reading to and with your child. I would recommend this book to classrooms and schools as well as family libraries. It would also make a great read aloud for young children and their parents.

    I received a copy of this book from the publisher via Netgalley in exchange for an honest review.

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