Milburn the Macaroni Penguin
Simion Santi Walker
Do you ever get so engrossed in playing that you forget about everything elseeven eating? Go on a journey with Milburn as his busy imagination takes him on a wild adventure of self-discovery. Author Simion Santi Walker discovered through research that the macaroni penguin was named by early English explorers for its yellow crested feathers, which resembled those worn in the hats of young eighteenth-century men called macaronis. This label was later immortalized in the line Stuck a feather in his cap and called it macaroni from the Revolutionary War song Yankee Doodle. A book that adults will enjoy as much as children, Milburn the Macaroni Penguin will be as memorable as an old familiar melody. This book is an eLIVE book, meaning each printed copy contains a special code redeemable for the free download of the audiobook version of the book.