Snowball Press

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The logo.

Snowball Press is Club Penguin's sole book publishing company. Players can see their logo on the bottom of the spine on all of the Club Penguin Books. In real life, Club Penguin books are released by their real publishers under the name of Snowball Press.

List of Books Published[edit]

Online Books[edit]

  1. Rockhopper and the Stowaway
  2. Franky's First Show
  3. The Spice of Life
  4. Truth or Dare
  5. Penguin Tales: Spring '07
  6. Penguin Tales: Spring '08
  7. Penguin Tales '09
  8. Yearbook 2005-2006
  9. Yearbook 2006-2007
  10. Yearbook 2007-2008
  11. The Journal of Captain Rockhopper (Written by Captain Rockhopper and published by Snowball Press.)
  12. Yearbook 2008-2009
  13. Yearbook 2009-2010
  14. Yearbook 2010-2011
  15. Christmas on Rockhopper Island
  16. A Penguin Christmas Carol
  17. Puffle Pal Adventures: Music Makes Magic
  18. Fairy Fables

Paint by Letters books[edit]

  1. My Puffle
  2. Burnt Out Bulbs
  3. Lime Green Dojo Clean

Books by other publishers (as Snowball Press)[edit]

  1. The Ultimate Official Guide to Club Penguin Volume 1 (Grosset and Dunlap as Snowball Press)
  2. Stowaway! (Grosset and Dunlap as Snowball Press)
  3. The Inventor's Apprentice (Grosset and Dunlap as Snowball Press)

Trivia[edit]

  • Snowball Press has published every book in the library except Rockhopper's Journal which they re-wrote.
  • The first Yearbook arrived on the 2nd Anniversary party.
  • All the yearbooks start in October rather than January, only because Club Penguin was launched in October.
  • In every page in a yearbook, there is a hidden button to show you a pin of that month, except for the 2006-2007 yearbook.
  • Yearbook 2005-2006 and 2006-2007 arrived on the same day.
  • Many companies imitate Snowball Press in real life for Club Penguin books including Grosset and Dunlap.
  • There is a Card-Jitsu card featuring Snowball Press.
  • This company is extremely similar to snowball soft, the creator of Bits & Bolts and possibly other mini-games.

See also[edit]