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Marlo Can Fly

4.33  ·  Rating Details ·  6 Ratings  ·  3 Reviews
Just because you can, doesn't mean you need to or should.

Everyone expects Marlo to fly, but she would rather slither like a snake, hop like a kangaroo and swim like a crocodile. But when someone needs her help can she rise to the challenge?
Hardcover, 1st, 32 pages
Published June 2013 by Wombat Books
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Sally
May 08, 2013 Sally rated it it was amazing
Marlo Can Fly is a new Australian picture book by Robert Vescio, illustrated by Sandra Temple and
published by Wombat Books in 2013.

Marlo Can Fly is a lovely picture book. Quite apart from the story, which I'll get to in a minute, the book is a visual and tactile delight. The cover is simply designed with a light and airy look and the endpapers have a soft bird-patterned design. The interior artwork keeps the naturalistic colours of the Australian bush and the illustrator has been true to the te
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Anne Hamilton
Nov 16, 2015 Anne Hamilton rated it really liked it
The review by Sally Odgers is so spot on I feel it's almost impossible to add anything.

Marlo is one bird with attitude. Doesn't matter what she's told about magpies flying, she's determined to do it any other way. Slither like a snake, jump like a kangaroo - yep, they all seem better than flapping a pair of wings and rising into the air.

Only when Marlo finds a lost baby koala does she concede that wings might actually be a benefit to a bird. How else to easily find the youngster's mum?

A hardcov
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