Diary of a Wombat

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HarperCollins Publishers Limited, 2010 - Picture books for children - 30 pages
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Take a trip with a wombat, and discover the ins and outs of her day in this fantastic toddler friendly board format of the modern classic Australian picture book. There are holes to be dug and territory to be defended - and don't forget all the eating and sleeping that needs to be squeezed in too!

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User Review  - Kesterbird - LibraryThing

I really thought there was going to be a "don't feed the wildlife" type moral here. Nope. The moral is that wombats are adorable and you should do whatever you can to make them be cute near you. Read full review

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User Review  - Haklh - LibraryThing

Mothball is a wombat with Attitude and her diary is so funny. She sleeps a lot and eats a lot. Her day is not actually very eventful but somehow Jackie French and Bruce Whatley - through their use of ... Read full review

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About the author (2010)

Jackie French was born in Sydney in 1953, grew up in Brisbane, graduated from the University of Queensland and moved to her present home in NSW bush land in her mid twenties. Over the past 10 years she has published over a hundred books on diverse subjects ranging from children's fiction to pest control!

Bruce Whatley was born in the United Kingdom and emigrated with his parents to Australia during his childhood. He often collaborates on picture books with his wife, Rosie Smith.

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