Wombat Stew ePUB

by Marcia Vaughan This book is fun, well-known, and has curricular connections/lesson plans available on the web. It appears to be a favorite for readers theatre. The mysterious eyes in the tree cavity were what engaged the curiosity of my young reader.The eyes, it turned out, belonged to a kookaburra bird.The tree was a gum tree. Soon after reading this book we met a kookaburra bird at the zoo! And that was the extent of what appealed to our two year old reader.She may like more of this book as she gets older. We read through this book once and it was not met with the request, "Again, please."

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