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Wallaby Creek by Joyce Ann Powzyk
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Wallaby Creek

by Joyce Ann Powzyk

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In fact, this is a great pictorial documentary that's written all in first person language about Ms. Powzyk's experience staying in the bush and how she learns to co-exist with all of the species that live there. I found this informational, non-fiction book very informative because there was specific information that I didn't know about these Austrailian natives and I've always wanted to visit Austrailia. ( )
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The author describes the unique and varied assortment of animals she observed during a stay at Wallaby Creek, Australia. Her own watercolor paintings of goannas, cockatoos, kookaburras, platypuses, wallabies, kangaroos, koalas, dingoes, and other animals accompany her descriptions.… (more)

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