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Lulu the kangaroo / by Bill Charlton ; illustrations by Robyn Bowman Charlton
Bib ID 3672418
Format BookBook
Author
Charlton, Bill
 
Description Valentine, NSW : Charlton Publishing, 2006, c2005 
32 p. : col. ill., col. map ; 28 cm. 
ISBN 0957762038
Notes

"The true story of the only wild animal in the world ever to win an award for bravery"--Cover.

For children.

Subjects Kangaroos -- Victoria -- Juvenile poetry.
Other authors/contributors Bowman Charlton, Robyn
Available From 6 Lindsay Ave.,Valentine NSW 2280 
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