The Wombats Go on Camp by Roland Harvey
  

Synopsis

The Wombats Go on Camp by Roland Harvey

Meet the Wombats. They are going on their first school camp ever, with their teachers Mrs Nott and Ms Annabel. Naucia's a bit posh, Audrey's a literary genius, Hughie's scared of nothing. Ima loves baking, Ollie's small and fast, and Sardinia does magic tricks. Albert knows everything, Dante's never without his ball, Ava wants to win. Freddie has one eye, Alecia hates everything, and Horrie loves his pet rat (or is it an antechinus?). Join the Wombats as they explore, build, cook, perform, climb, jump, scare each other silly and have the time of their lives. 'The indomitable Roland Harvey manages to capture chaos and bring it in an orderly way into the pages of a picture book.a great class book and a fun book to read at home. Junior Books + Publishing

About the Author

Roland Harvey is one of Australia's best-loved illustrators. In 1978, he established Roland Harvey Studios and began designing and producing greeting cards, posters and stationery with a distinctly Australian flavour. Ventures into publishing quickly followed. Some of his best-loved books include My Place in Space (with Joe Levine, Sally Hirst + Robin Hirst), Burke and Wills, The First Fleet, Sick As (with Gael Jennings) and Roland Harvey's Big Book of Christmas. His recent books include The Wombats Go on Camp, The Wombats at the Zoo and, of course, his bestselling family holiday adventure series - At the Beach, In the Bush, In the City, To the Top End, All the Way to W.A. and On the Farm. Roland's brilliant illustrations also feature in The Bonnie + Sam series - The Horses and Ponies of Currawong Creek, in collaboration with Alison Lester.

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Book Info

Format

Paperback
32 pages
Interest Age: From 5

Author

Roland Harvey
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Publisher

Allen & Unwin Children's Books an imprint of Allen & Unwin

Publication date

9th January 2014

ISBN

9781760111533


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