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By: David MacGill

Bridgeforth Bear's Incredible Antarctic Adventure

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If Parjiter can do it, then so can I! declares Bridgeforth Bear, on his spontaneous decision to embark upon a monumental journey—all the way from the Arctic to the Antarctic—to visit his great friend, Parjiter Penguin.

Parjiter had, of course, made the reverse trip the previous year, as chronicled in Parjiter Penguins Amazing Arctic Adventure.

On arrival in the Antarctic, Bridgeforth discovers that Parjiters entire penguin colony is on the brink of starvation, due to a calamitous shortage of their vital food supply—krill.

The two friends resolve to find the cause of this crisis—but just as the polar bear and penguin are about to begin their mission, they are confronted by an imposing looking husky, named Hershel, who, unexpectedly, offers the welcome assistance of his dog sled team.

And so, the unlikeliest of companions—a polar bear, a penguin, and a team of Siberian huskies—set off on an incredible adventure together.

During the course of their travels, they will face a life-threatening disaster on the ice-shelf, and encounter unscrupulous criminals, operating in the nearby sea channel. But, will these courageous comrades be just too late to save the penguin colony; or can they overcome those perilous challenges, and prevail against all the odds?

After spending 40 years in the finance industry, David MacGill, free from the shackles of gainful employment, sat down behind a writing desk – voluntarily it has to be said – and proceeded to delve into the animal fantasy world of children’s storytelling.

The result was Parjiter Penguin’s Amazing Arctic Adventure. As the finale of that first book left the door ajar for a possible sequel, the author stepped through that door, bringing about the second book in the series, Bridgeforth Bear’s Incredible Antarctic Adventure.

The writing of these stories was a satisfying and most enjoyable departure from the norm, and although the author’s past working life had its many positive moments over the years, nevertheless, by way of comparison, the old saying holds true: nostalgia ain’t what it used to be!

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