The birds! The penguins are headed to the United States to have freedom. The food is good and everybody wants to be there. Yes, they will make it there by boat. The penguins started at the South Pole and went to Europe to get to America. Holding hands like that they are looking for a home to spend their life in. Never knew they had such cute little rear ends. Their names are Tim and Mary Poskagaloop. There was a little sonnet that we used as kids: "Poskagaloop, that's the only place that they can be alone." On the boat there is a captain. Musicians of some sort are playing a song, "We Are Going to America!" They also hear the motor of the boat. As they look out from the boat, they see fish on the water. They are far north and can see some kind of cold, frozen scenes. Eventually, they see other people, other animals, and other boats in America. The Statue of Liberty is welcoming them as they come into New York. "Woooo-hooo, we're here!" "Wow!", they say as they see all of the beauty that they come in to. "I think that's where we want to go and live" says Tim to Mary. Next, they are looking for a cab to take them to the zoo. They whistle! *pfffsssstttt, pfffsssttt, pfffsssttt* Sure enough, the cab stops and two people are driving. "Take us to the zoo!" exclaim Tim and Mary Poskagaloop. In the cab, they see lots of traffic and all of the tall buildings in New York. There are animals running around, too. You have to be careful if there are other animals. Just be careful. If need be, jump in the water and swim. Something happens on the way to the zoo. The cab is in an accident. But the penguins did not get hurt. "The hell with this, we're going back!". So they take off and fly away to Staten Island. When the Poskagaloop's get there, they have hot dogs with mustard and relish. Then they get in the water. "My, it's cool in here!" "That was great!" "Water at last!"