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|Date released||October 24, 2008|
The Yearbook 2007-2008 is a book in Club Penguin found in the Book Room's library. It tells you the events that happened in Club Penguin from October 2007 up to September 2008. It was released on October 24, 2008.
We celebrated our Second anniversary Party at the Coffee Shop - complete with a giant cake! It was a spooky time on the Island, when another eclipse darkened the sky for the Halloween Party. The spine-tingling film, Night of the Living Sled made us shudder at the Lighthouse. We started wearing wigs - and looked great with Beekeepers and Spikesters!
During the holiday festivities, we donated to Coins for Change and showed we care about the environment and kids around the world.
Divers and mermaids splashed around in snorkelling gear at our Sub-Marine Party. Sporty penguins wore soccer shirts and brought gym kits to work out in their igloos!
Hark! Brave knights, daring princesses, ferocious dragons, and ye olde blacksmiths did waddleth about the great Medieval Party. Penguins built a secret Tree-House at the Forest, and across the land good cheer and celebrations could be found.
Water balloons were tossed at the Water Party, and at The Stage, we travelled back in time with "The Penguins That Time Forgot". In town, an unexpected earthquake damaged buildings, but quick-thinking penguins soon cleaned up the mess.
July was a busy month! We organized our inventories with improved player cards, and sent postcards with Penguin Mail.
Fitness was the name of the game as we earned medals during the Penguin Games. We worked out in a triathlon, played soccer in the pitch, and then relaxed in our new ship igloos. Phew!
We played new fair games, collected tickets, and won new prizes at the second Fall Fair. There were plenty of special treats in store, including a colorful carousel and a tasty candy apple.