The front cover of the book.
|Date released||October 24, 2007|
The Migrator pulled into port and we celebrated the 1st year anniversary at the Coffee Shop. A solar eclipse covered the island in darkness for Halloween. Penguins lit up their igloos with bright pumpkin lights, and dressed up like wizards, ghosts, and fairies and had tons of fun!
Rockhopper returned with red puffles and spent week waddling around the island. The Penguin Band released an album to play in our igloos, and Thin Ice got put in the Lounge just in time for... Christmas! A big snowstorm blew in and snow piled high in a true winter wonderland. Penguins dressed up like Santa and his elves and decorated the trees with sparkling ornaments.
We filled the island with Fun Fiesta Frills to beat the winter blues. There were pinatas everywhere! Some clever penguins found out how to add flooring to their igloos.
Rockhopper returned with a tattered ship! We helped him fix it and decorated the island with art for the Festival of Snow. Lots of penguins turned their igloos into castles. Gary finished the Pizzatron 3000 and pizza chefs started creating tasty pizzas with speed.
A penguin named Bambadee got onto the Migrator before the St. Patrick's Day party started. When Rockhopper got back, he wrote us a story all about it, and put in the Book Room with some other fun books!
What a fun, silly month! Penguin were walking on their walls, and there were Easter eggs everywhere. Bands were playing their new tubas and violins at the new stage in the Lighthouse.
Rockhopper let us go into the Ship Hold! To celebrate, we turned Club Penguin into a pirate paradise and threw snowballs at the pirate ship forts. The new dance floors were rolled out and penguins hosted concerts and dances in their igloos. We helped a couple explorers find their lost map. It led us to the Forest and Cove.
After the construction on the surf hut was finished, we kicked off summer with style with our brand new surfboards! Some even waddled out into the stormy waters, boards in hand, ready for adventure. Other penguins chose to stay on shore and serve ice cream for fun.
We thought the whole island might get flooded after the crab cracked the glass in the underground. But some smart penguins hooked up hoses, and turned it into a big water party! There were water balloons, water polo, and big fish bowls for igloos. Some artistic penguins even built a blue rubber whale that squirted water. The party was a splash.
It was hard work but we fixed the Ski Lift after an avalanche. Rockhopper returned with surprise cargo. After roasting some marshmallows around the fire, we picked up our new surfboards and wakeboards!
We peeked into Rockhopper's boxes and saw he was planning a fall fair! There was a paddle game, a spinning wheel and even a puffle feeding game!
- This is the only yearbook to not have any hidden pins inside the book.
- This is the only yearbook to have the words "September" and "October" on the cover.
- This is all because this was the first yearbook to be added to the Book Room. It was released October 24, 2007.