You're on the South Georgia Islands, a remote, icy place, with nobody around for miles and miles--except several thousand penguin friends, that is. Stunning photographs by Yva Momatiuk and John Eastcott lead you into a mass of birds as they waddle across rock and sand, so clumsy on land, so graceful in the sea. Learn of the nesting habits, diet, family and social lives of these birds that always look dressed to impress. This fun book will also inspire readers to care about penguins' threatened habitats.
About the Author
Yva Momatiuk is an award-winning photographer who has collaborated with her husband, fellow photographer John Eastcott, for many years on titles such as Face to Face with Penguins and Face to Face with Wild Horses. Their work has been featured frequently in National Geographic magazine, and their articles and photographs have also appeared in Audubon, BBC Wildlife, Smithsonian, National Wildlife, and Ranger Rick. John Eastcott is an award-winning photographer who has worked with his wife, fellow photographer Yva Momatiuk, for numerous years on titles such as National Geographic's Face to Face with Wild Horses and Face to Face with Penguins. Their exquisite pictures have been featured in many books, including Mustang, a tribute to wild horses.