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Muddle-headed Wombat in the Treetops (Muddle-Headed Wombat #3)

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Anne Hamilton
Tabby Cat, second-best friend to Mouse and Wombat, decides he needs to get away from it all with a treehouse of his own.

Wombat and Mouse are thoroughly put out by his inconsiderate decision. How will they climb the tree to visit? As for the Mopoke whose tree Tab has invaded, he's most put out and looking for a chance to settle the score.

Wombat decides to lure Tab down from his house-building by making a noise like a sardine. What sound does a sardine make? Well, they are usually very quiet in th
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Ruth Park was a New Zealand-born author, who spent most of her life in Australia. She was born in Auckland, and her family later moved to Te Kuiti further south in the North Island of New Zealand, where they lived in isolated areas.

During the Great Depression her working class father worked on bush roads, as a driver, on relief work, as a sawmill hand, and finally shifted back to Auckland as counc
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