Wings! Wings! Everyone gets wings!
Here’s crazy ol’ Uncle Nav with his wings. They’re the golden wings that Pancake and Pep found in the magic chest. Uncle Nav is a big penguin — I don’t know what species of penguin Pancake et al are supposed to be, but if Uncle Nav is this large, then perhaps they are emperor penguins.
Here’s Pancake the Penguin with her golden wings! And still carrying that bowl of pancake batter.
And, of course, that’s the end of the adventure. They all get wings, according to the narrative, and then all the penguins in Waddleberg fly around, and it’s all stunning and magical and narrated by Morgan Freeman.
If you embiggen the picture above, you’ll see a world of flying penguins, all with their golden wings. What joy.
And, finally, just to make sure everything’s fair and equal, here’s Pep the Lungfish with her golden wings as well:
But flying lungfish aren’t as interesting as flying penguins, so let’s move on.
According to the narrative text that is printed on each of the little envelopes that these little papercraft critters come in, if you leave Pancake the Penguin with her wings on your Christmas tree, then on Christmas morning she might just take flight!
I hope you all had a Merry Christmas and that you enjoyed following Pancake the Penguin and Pep the Lungfish through their adventures in the Ice Cream Forest, past the Mountains of Madness, and so on, as well as their defeat of the Ice Cream Fairy and Snow Monster Narlee. Have a happy new year, and all that jazz.