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Tales from the Outback (Koala Brothers)

by Melissa Lagonegro, Allison Brown, David Johnson, Diane Redmond

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Amazon.com Product Description (ISBN 0375829555, Hardcover)

Join the Koala Brothers and their friends on three different adventures in this hardcover storybook collection. In each tale, Frank and Buster are on a mission to help a friend in need. Whether it’s welcoming their crocodile neighbor to his new home, teaching a little kangaroo how to jump rope, or making a traveling penguin feel at home, the Koala Brothers show youngsters that even the littlest acts of kindness go a long way.

(retrieved from Amazon Thu, 12 Mar 2015 18:06:17 -0400)

When Archie the crocodile moves to the Outback, the Koala Brothers and Ned the wombat help him remodel his new home.

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