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Six woolly wombats, walking one by one, Passed a golden wattle blooming in the sun The last little wombat, whose name was Clive, Stopped to smell the flowers then there were FIVEAnd so it goes as six wombats go walkabout in this Australian themed rhyming counting book, finding their numbers thinned by a hungry dingo Eventually the last two wombats realize what is going on, and manage to cleverly turn the tables on their canine adversaryWinsome words the rollicking rhythm makeSix woolly wombats, walking one by one, Passed a golden wattle blooming in the sun The last little wombat, whose name was Clive, Stopped to smell the flowers then there were FIVEAnd so it goes as six wombats go walkabout in this Australian themed rhyming counting book, finding their numbers thinned by a hungry dingo Eventually the last two wombats realize what is going on, and manage to cleverly turn the tables on their canine adversaryWinsome words the rollicking rhythm makes the text here just roll off the tongue are paired with adorable artwork in Wombat Walkabout, making this picture book a wonderful story hour selection for younger children Part counting book, part poetry selection, part story of prey turning the tables on their predator, it is an entertaining book with plenty of humor, both textual and visual As always, Sophie Blackall s artwork is immensely appealing, capturing the chubby charm of its phascolomian cast perfectly As someone who loved Jackie French s Diary of a Wombat , I was probably always going to enjoy Shields and Blackall s work here, but I was surprised by just how adorable I found it Recommended to fellow wombat lovers, as well as to anyone looking for fun counting books and or humorous rhyming texts [[ Free Book ]] ↹ Wombat Walkabout ⇬ 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 But the wilderness is bound to bring excitement than an innocent counting game Soon enough, the curious wombats learn to beware the hungry dingo Aussie native Sophie Blackall s delicious illustrations set adorable wombats in a lush world of golden wattles, billabongs, kookaburras, and gum nuts With marvelous wordplay and irresistible read aloud phrases, this ingenious text is sure to become a well worn favorite Accompanied by a short, simple glossary of Australian terms and wildlife Very cute story and illustrations I heart wombats It starts out like a counting story and the poor tired parent reading aloud thinks, Oh no, not another inane counting book, but then the wombats turn it all around They are cute, chubby, clever and courageous. We ve read this three times in less than 24 hours and my kid has proclaimed it his New favorite book That s an automatic five star for me. I love the lyrical way this cute little story reads It s so fun to get into and I think the sing song cadence appeals to little ones. This fun journey into the Australian outback is written in rhyme, with an excellent meter, making it a joy to read aloud Six woolly wombats go on a walkabout, and a passing ravenous dingo dingo decides this lunch is too good to miss One by one, a wombat strays from the others intrigued by all that one can see in the bush golden wattle, kookaburras, gum trees, a billabong all explained in a glossary Suddenly Jen and Jack realize the others are no longer following Hiding by the trail, they This fun journey into the Australian outback is written in rhyme, with an excellent meter, making it a joy to read aloud Six woolly wombats go on a walkabout, and a passing ravenous dingo dingo decides this lunch is too good to miss One by one, a wombat strays from the others intrigued by all that one can see in the bush golden wattle, kookaburras, gum trees, a billabong all explained in a glossary Suddenly Jen and Jack realize the others are no longer following Hiding by the trail, they spy the dingo with a large sack that s squirming on his back The two, worried about their four playmates, come up with a cunning pit plan to thwart the hungry canine Four thankful wombats escape and six happy wombats walk back home two by two for tea The illustrations are in warm colours, focusing on flora and fauna Since the wooly wombats look pretty similar, Blackall has given each Wombat its own accessory paper hat, string skirt to give them some individuality 2 5 year olds will enjoy the rhyming text and the round wooly wombats Since my two year old son obtained his first library card recently, we ve been eagerly embarking on weekly visits and barrowing toddler books by the truck loads There are many book lists available on the web by authors and celebs of your picking Having only one child, and a little one at that, I m a smidge out of touch with popular children books of the day This particular book was recommended by Oprah I love the creative Australian take on the classic numbers nursery rhyme, At first ther Since my two year old son obtained his first library card recently, we ve been eagerly embarking on weekly visits and barrowing toddler books by the truck loads There are many book lists available on the web by authors and celebs of your picking Having only one child, and a little one at that, I m a smidge out of touch with popular children books of the day This particular book was recommended by Oprah I love the creative Australian take on the classic numbers nursery rhyme, At first there was four now there are three There is some educational facts present on native Australian wildlife and landscape, too My son loves the book, and I m considering purchasing for his personal library And the illustrations are beautiful I recommend it for children learning to count it s very affective AH Subject Wombats Juvenile fiction.Animals Juvenile fictionCounting Juvenile fictionEarly 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 But the wilderness is bound to bringexcitement than an innocent counting game Soon enough, the curious wombats learn to beware the hungry dingo Aussie native Sophie Blackall s delicious illustrations set adorable wombats in Subject Wombats Juvenile fiction.Animals Juvenile fictionCounting Juvenile fictionEarly 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 But the wilderness is bound to bringexcitement than an innocent counting game Soon enough, the curious wombats learn to beware the hungry dingo Aussie native Sophie Blackall s delicious illustrations set adorable wombats in a lush world of golden wattles, billabongs, kookaburras, and gum nuts With marvelous wordplay and irresistible read aloud phrases, this ingenious text is sure to become a well worn favorite Accompanied by a short, simple glossary of Australian terms and wildlife Six little wombats explore the Australian outback while a hungry, lip licking dingo looks on One by one the wombats stop to enjoy the outback and they never return to the pack Finally the last two wombats Jen and Jack notice that the dingo who now has a large, lumpy, jumpy sack on his back They must come up with a plan to save their mates This rhyming counting book is a fun read aloud, especially if you can summon up your best Australian accent And the illustrations of the cutest wombats e Six little wombats explore the Australian outback while a hungry, lip licking dingo looks on One by one the wombats stop to enjoy the outback and they never return to the pack Finally the last two wombats Jen and Jack notice that the dingo who now has a large, lumpy, jumpy sack on his back They must come up with a plan to save their mates This rhyming counting book is a fun read aloud, especially if you can summon up your best Australian accent And the illustrations of the cutest wombats ever are by one of our favorite illustrators Sophie Blackall Ivy Bean and Big Reg Lollipop Hullo there let s take a lookAt a wonderfully wobbly wombat covered bookThere s one two three four five and sixLovely little ramblers not out looking for tricksThey just want to explore the Aussie countrysideDropping some fun vocab far and wideWho s that slinking not far behind A ratty lil weasel fox, but pay no mindJen and Jack got this in the bagAnd rescue all their wombus friends that just had to lagAll in all, from the art style to the rhymes,This picture book is lovely and good for all cli Hullo there let s take a lookAt a wonderfully wobbly wombat covered bookThere s one two three four five and sixLovely little ramblers not out looking for tricksThey just want to explore the Aussie countrysideDropping some fun vocab far and wideWho s that slinking not far behind A ratty lil weasel fox, but pay no mindJen and Jack got this in the bagAnd rescue all their wombus friends that just had to lagAll in all, from the art style to the rhymes,This picture book is lovely and good for all climes What s that I hear Oh that s just the thunderous pitter patterOf a wisdom of wombats come to silence my chatter D