What's the best way to scratch a wombat? well, says author Jackie French, if it's a wombat that's familiar with humans, you rub the bony ridge along its back or behind its ears. It's an easy read. Bruce whatley adds pencil drawings in both comic and realistic styles. It's science with a heart. And the harder you scratch, the better the wombat likes it.
How to Scratch a Wombat: Where to Find It . . . What to Feed It . . . Why It Sleeps All Day #ad - . It's full of funny stories.
Diary of a WombatHMH Books for Young Readers #ad - . Wombats are cuddly-looking, slow-moving Australian animals. Their favorite activities are eating, sleeping, and digging holes. This entertaining book, with its brief, will endear the wombat to young children, humorous text and hilarious illustrations, who may recognize in the determined furry creature some qualities that they share.
Here, in the words of one unusually articulate wombat, sleeping, is the tongue-in-cheek account of a busy week; eating, digging holes . Houghton Mifflin. And training its new neighbors, a family of humans, to produce treats on demand.
Christmas WombatClarion Books #ad - Used book in Good Condition. Slept. Houghton Mifflin. Scratched. Then, as an accidental stowaway on Santa's sleigh, she learns that carrots are internationally available. Until she smells carrots! in this charming picture book, the star of Diary of a Wombat goes head to head with Santa’s reindeer in competition for carrots—and wins.
No wonder she isn't hungry for treats on Christmas morning! Engaging illustrations delightfully complement the spare text in this unique, wombat’s-eye view of a favorite holiday. Slept. Indeed, it seems like Christmas will be just another day for the wombat.
Diary of a Baby WombatClarion Books #ad - Clarion Books. The inimitable wombat who shared her adventures eating, digging, sleeping in the wildly successful Diary of a Wombat is back–with a baby! This time, scratching, it's the baby who tells the story. Wry, understated humor and gorgeous, funny illustrations make this new picture book a brilliant next chapter in the wombat saga.
And a perfect wombat story it is, featuring eating, digging, and playing, scratching, sleeping, as well as the important task of finding a new underground home big enough for baby and Mum. Used book in Good Condition. Houghton Mifflin.
The Secret World of WombatsHarperCollins Publishers (Aust #ad - Houghton Mifflin. A non-fiction book that explores details about wombats - from their zoological history to habitation and habitats. This book is suitable for ages 7-12. Used book in Good Condition. The author also shares some personal stories from her experiences living with these wonderful creatures. Clarion Books.
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Wombat WalkaboutDutton Books for Young Readers #ad - Used book in Good Condition. But the wilderness is bound to bring more excitement than an innocent counting game. With marvelous wordplay and irresistible read-aloud phrases, this ingenious text from Carol Diggory Shields is sure to become a well-worn favorite. Soon enough, kookaburras, billabongs, the curious wombats learn to beware the hungry dingo! Caldecott Medal-winner Sophie Blackall's delicious illustrations set the adorable wombats in a lush world of golden wattles, and gum nuts.
Accompanied by a short, simple glossary of Australian terms and wildlife. Houghton Mifflin. Used book in Good Condition. Used book in Good Condition. Early one morning when the sun came out, Six woolly wombats went walkabout. This whimsical counting poem follows six brave little wombats on walkabout in the Australian outback.
Wombat Walkabout #ad - Clarion Books.
Diary of a Wombat Ala Notable Children's Books. Younger Readers AwardsClarion Books #ad - Used book in Good Condition. Used book in Good Condition. Used book in Good Condition. Houghton Mifflin. This entertaining book, will endear the wombat to young children, with its brief, humorous text and hilarious illustrations, who may recognize in the determined furry creature some qualities that they share.
Clarion Books. Their favorite activities are eating, sleeping, and digging holes. Here, in the words of one unusually articulate wombat, is the tongue-in-cheek account of a busy week; eating, sleeping, digging holes . Clarion Books. Wombats are cuddly-looking, slow-moving Australian animals. And training its new neighbors, a family of humans, to produce treats on demand.