The book publisher gave audiences a peek at the penguin's first day on the job by sharing a video to Twitter that followed the new intern as she completed her duties.
"A real penguin 'interned' at our book distribution center! Thanks to @MarylandZoo for letting us borrow one of their animal ambassadors," Penguin Random House tweeted.
The video starts off with the penguin waddling into the distribution center ready to tackle anything thrown her way. Her first day was busy: She was responsible for quality assurance, brand research, computer operations, moving inventory and deliveries.
The penguin took her time scanning the pages of Dr. Seuss' "Oh the Places You'll Go" and Michelle Obama's "Becoming," among a few other books, to check for quality before they were sent off.
She did have one tiny hiccup when she was moving boxes around but decided to shake off that fumble by taking a lunch break. Unfortunately, the vending machine didn't have any fish.
The penguin's last task of the day was helping with deliveries. She hopped in the truck loaded with books and drove off to deliver them.
At this moment, we have no confirmation that any of the books actually arrived to their respective destinations. But we know for sure the penguin delivered smiles to our hearts.
The publisher's Twitter account noted that Penguin is collaborating with the Maryland Zoo on conserving the African penguins, which have "declined by 90% in the last 100 years."
As part of the collaboration w/ @MarylandZoo, @penguinrandom is donating to their conservation efforts to protect African penguin habitats. The African penguin population has declined by 90% in the last 100 years. Join in: https://t.co/v6qXKInsXF— Penguin Random House (@penguinrandom) September 19, 2019
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