Description - The Wombats at the Zoo by Roland Harvey
The Wombats and their teachers, Ms Annabel and Mrs Nott, are off to the zoo.
Audrey bonds with bilbies, Alecia is on safari, Hughie wants to race a camel.
Freddie explores underwater with his magic eye, Horrie is shocked by snakes, and Ima plays harmonica with a crocodile.
Ava whistles to the wild dogs, Naucia wants to take a meerkat home, Nurse Sardi helps in the animal hospital.
Dante shoots hoops with the seals, Oliver admires the cheetah, and Albert calculates just how much one hippo can eat.
By the end of the day, the Wombats don't want to leave. Can you help Mrs Nott find out where they all went?
Praise for The Wombats Go on Camp: 'The zany and detailed illustrations by Harvey delightfully show the quirky nature of the children known as the Wombats.and the fun and mischief they will, and do, get up to on their first school camp. A funny and recommended book.' Magpies
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(210mm x 280mm x mm)
Allen & Unwin Children's Books
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Author Biography - Roland Harvey
Roland Harvey is one of Australia's best-loved illustrators. In 1978, he established Roland Harvey Studios and began designing and producing greeting cards, posters and stationery with a distinctly Australian flavour. Ventures into publishing quickly followed. Some of his best-loved books include My Place in Space (with Joe Levine, Sally Hirst and Robin Hirst), Burke and Wills, The First Fleet, Sick As (with Gael Jennings) and Roland Harvey's Big Book of Christmas. His recent books include The Wombats Go on Camp and, of course, his bestselling family holiday adventure series - At the Beach, In the Bush, In the City, To the Top End, All the Way to W.A. and On the Farm. Roland's brilliant illustrations also feature in the Bonnie and Sam series - The Horses and Ponies of Currawong Creek, in collaboration with Alison Lester.