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Book details
  • Genre:JUVENILE FICTION
  • SubGenre:Animals / Zoos
  • Language:English
  • Pages:52
  • eBook ISBN:9781617926129

The Kangaroo Caper

by David Buford

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Overview
Kangaroos and Koala Bears are a national treasure of Australia. You may even see them at a zoo near your city. The city park is not your usual place to find a Kangaroo. You may find people throwing frizzbees, ducks in a pond or even a clown or two. How did a Kangaroo get in here? Find out in this story.
Description
This book is a visualization of a poem. This takes place at a nearby city park. After being entertained by all the fascinating sights and events at the park, it's time to get a cool drink of water. Who taped me on the shoulder? What a surprise! Now what do I do? If only I can make a little money out of this whole adventure. . . . . . . Being honest pays off.
About the author
Having free time on the weekend and nearing my retirement from General Motors, I started to watch the small animals and birds at play. When my first grandson was born, it became a present in the future to give to him his own little book. When I remembered a poem my daughter wrote years ago, it became more than a promise to write my first book. Meanwhile, other ideas became books as well. My children were experiencing the same things in school that I experienced. More books. When I wrote a Mother's Day poem for an airport employee it turned into a book as well. Many of the stories you read from GrandFathers' Books are true stories.
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