The Smell of Evil

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Since the events of Volume 1, Hopper and Eudy have a family.
The penguins of the Falkland Islands have enjoyed a long season of peace and safety, but a prophecy warns of potential danger coming. When they learn that their son, Jack, has left to find adventure in the Pacific, they fear he is falling into a trap set by the evil Great White Seal.
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About Marty Love

One day Marty Love looked out at the water in front of his home on Puget Sound and saw a penguin floating by on a log. Many years later it hit him, "Hey, what was that penguin doing there?" Penguins don't belong in Puget Sound. Thus began the long quest to find the history of that traveling penguin. Much research and writing resulted in what has become the Fly Like a Penguin book series for middle grade readers and other people who like adventure and laughs.

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Hannah reviewed on April 3, 2017

Once again, Mr. Love writes a great children’s story! I was sad at first that the book wasn’t going to be focusing on Hopper, but instead his son Jack, but the author weaves in two storylines with Jack and his friend Ottomar and Hopper, Eudy and their youngest chick Malvina. Each small group has their own harrowing adventure across the ocean and face many challenges. There are so many good morals in the story and the actions of the characters really bring out their personalities. The ending of the book leaves you wanting more and I can’t wait to read the next one! Each book in the series focuses not just on the adventures of the penguin family, but the glory of God the creator and is a perfect read for any Christian family with young children.
(reviewed 89 days after purchase)

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