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Ten Blue Wrens: And What a Lot of Wattle!

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A playful and original counting book that celebrates special thingsto loveabout Australia

Count the busy wrens on their fine stick legs,

the bowerbird’s treasures, his bottle tops and pegs.

Count the stems of wattle and the potaroos and pies,

and the lively farm dogs and the one hundred flies.

Count the fat strawberries on that lucious pavlova.

Quickly count the lamingtons bef
Hardcover, 32 pages
Published May 15th 2012 by Allen & Unwin (first published November 1st 2011)
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