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One Day on Our Blue Planet ...In the Outback

Ella Bailey, Ella Bailey

One Day on Our Blue Planet ...In the Outback

Subjects

  • Facts & Information - lists, stats and plenty of facts
  • Facts & Information - lists, stats and plenty of facts

Average rating

4 out 5

46 reviews

If you love cute baby animals, come spend the day in the Australian outback with this adorable and bouncy kangaroo joey. From Ella Bailey's acclaimed series of beautiful and educational picture books comes another tale of how one young animal friend spends his day. He's only a little kangaroo, but that doesn't stop him being curious and learning all about life in his corner of our big blue planet.

Reviews

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Really factual but nice pictures and lots of animals to spot

Marshal Horatio Bouncy-castle 22.08.2023

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I love finding out new things about animals and I really enjoyed reading this book.

Senor Rip Dangerous 31.07.2023

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It is a non fiction book and it was very intresting beucause I heard of a few animals that I did not know about beefor.

Captain Diamond Fink 28.07.2023

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I liked learning about all the animals

Viscount Neptune Gravy 15.10.2022

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It was fun and a good read. I enjoyed it alot and recommend it to others

General Babs Starlight 30.08.2022

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I liked the amazing and especially when it comes to animals and I would recommend this book to others because they might know about some animals in the outback.

Marshal Chesney Archway 15.08.2022

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I liked the bit where the dingo chased the kangaroos because I like scary things.

Director Petronella Moonlight 05.08.2022

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I liked it when the baby kangaroo grew up.

Don Gator Quarantine 03.08.2022

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Lots of new information to learn

Coach Zeus Porridge-Oats 25.06.2022

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I thought that was beautiful. The kangaroos haven't got water and plants. They must go to a forest with water and plants. I think we don't have waste water and we don't have cut trees. I liked Joey the best because he went to explore and was very bold. I would recommend this book to my friends.

Corporal Mandrake Endeavour 06.12.2021

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I loved this book, we read it in school it was very interesting to learn about all the different animals

Baron Bruno Frankfurter 30.11.2021

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I thought it was great. I liked it because there were a lot of snakes in there and I learned a lot about kangaroos.

Baroness Iggy Washington 28.09.2021

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Very nice colouring and activity books. completed the 3 challenges where I found the 6 differences in the pictures each. Loved the book

Professor Sandwich Pumpernickel 03.09.2021

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so many amazing anmails in OZ. going to find the rest of these books

Mademoiselle Angel Stegosaurus 02.09.2021

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I liked the types of kangaroos and I also liked the types of birds and the types of snakes and lizards.

Director Blueberry Glitterball 31.08.2021

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I liked learning about all the animals. I liked the baby Joey. I want to read more of these books!

Ambassador Stinky Mildew 30.08.2021

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It was OK not my favourite

Principal Flossy Cuckoo-Clock 26.08.2021

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I love this book because it’s so cute and the animals are so good

Anonymous 26.08.2021

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I liked when the baby Kangaroo was exploring.

Anonymous 17.08.2021

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I liked this book because it’s about a joey in Australia and it tells us lots of information about the outback and the animals that love there.

Empress Harmonica Sudoku 13.08.2021

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