The true story of a penguin family at Central Park Zoo
It takes two to make a Tango.

This is a heart warming true story of a penguin family at Central Park Zoo. Two male penguins are indistinguishable from the other penguin couples, except that they have no egg of their own. Their keeper slips an abandoned egg into their nest. The dedicated parents soon hatch an adorably fuzzy chick, Tango. They raise their daughter and teach her everything she needs to know to be a penguin.

"Families of all kinds go to visit the animals" at the zoo. The story shows how family is defined by love and caring. This is an excellent book for dealing either with adoption or explaining how someone can have two daddies. The watercolor illustrations are precious, and I ended up buying my own plush baby penguin on my next visit to the zoo.

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