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wombat who talked to the stars

the journal of a northern hairy-nosed wombat

by Jill Morris

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  • 28 Currently reading

Published by Greater Glider Productions in Maleny, Qld., Australia .
Written in English

  • Northern hairy-nosed wombat -- Juvenile literature.,
  • Northern hairy-nosed wombat.,
  • Wombats.,
  • Endangered species.

  • Edition Notes

    Statementby Jill Morris ; illustrated by Sharon Dye.
    GenreJuvenile literature.
    ContributionsDye, Sharon ill.
    LC ClassificationsQL737.M39 M67 1997
    The Physical Object
    Pagination32 p. ;
    Number of Pages32
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL472430M
    ISBN 100947304282
    LC Control Number98196158

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The Wombat Who Talked to the Stars by Jill Morris illustrated by Sharon Dye: A very special book about a rare and endangered species found in one small area in Australia. Wombats are the most appealing furry mammals. The species called the Northern Hairy-nosed Wombat is teetering on the brink of extinction, having decreased to about : Wombat Who Talked to the Stars () by Morris, Jill and a great selection of similar New, Used and Collectible Books available now at great : Paperback.

The Wombat Who Talked to the Stars has won a swag of awards since it was first published inincluding the Excellence in Educational Publishing Award (), the Best Children’s Book in the Whitely Awards () and a shortlisting for the Eve Pownall Award, Get this from a library.

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Length: pages; First Published: ; Well written book. The author, as a teen, used to crawl into wombat burrows to do his own research, one of the only people ever to do so.

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All About Wombats activity - wombat food, wombat habitat, wombat appearance, wombat behaviour (See worksheet – All about wombats) 6. In the book, there are very few words to describe what is happening in baby wombat’s day. As an exercise in vocabulary development, choose one. introducing another book likely to appeal.

Extension. Wombat Stew gives plenty of scope for innovating on vocabulary, sentence and story structure. At this stage, many of the children are capable of writing their own stories independently.

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Wombat is tired and just wants to rest. But it's hard to sleep during the day when a bunch of noisy birds want to sing and. WARNING: GRAPHIC CONTENT - Friends of Waylon Johncock, a South Australian cop, claim that because he and his family ate the wombat he was within his traditional rights to stone it.

An easy reader book designed primarily for young readers, each page of large-print text is preceded by a full-color, full page photograph. The pictures are clear and show their subjects well. In total, there are five photographs of Hairy-nosed wombats, and three of Bare-nosed wombats.

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Author interviews, book reviews and lively book commentary are found here. Content includes books from bestselling, midlist and debut authors. This book was a quick, easy, relaxing read. It was so full of stereotypically Aussie ways of talking (noone really talks that way do they?) but it seemed to be a bit self-mocking and also a bit passive-aggressive in it's deliberate use of Australian words for things and delinerately not understanding Americanisms (like SUV which I never really knew what it was before either)/5(17).

Grade/interest level: Preschool-3rd Reading level: Genre: Picture Book Main Characters: Wombat, Koala, Rabbit and Wombat’s mom Setting: Outside/Australia POV: 3rd Person Narrator This book is insanely cute. The illustrations are absolutely adorable. The main character is a wombat, which I like because it introduces children to an animal they are probably unfamiliar with/5(17).

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