Noni the Pony rescues a joey
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|Breckenridge Public Library||E L (Text)||33500013093604||Main||Available||-|
|Detroit Lakes Public Library||E L (Text)||33500013093612||Main||Available||-|
- ISBN: 1534443711
- ISBN: 9781534443716
- ISBN: 1534443703
- ISBN: 9781534443709
1 volume (unpaged) : color illustrations ; 22 x 27 cm
- Edition: First edition.
- Publisher: New York : Beach Lane Books, 
|General Note:||Originally published in Australia by Allen & Unwin in 2018.|
|Summary, etc.:||Noni and her friends help a lost wallaby joey find his family.|
- Booklist Reviews : Booklist Reviews 2019 May #2
In this lovable sequel to Lester's Noni the Pony (2012) and Noni the Pony Goes to the Beach (2015), Noni the pony and her friends Dave (a dog) and Coco (a cat) are walking through the hills when they meet a little wallaby: "It's a wallaby joey, all on his own, / who says in a soft voice, âI want to go home.'" As they stroll down the road, they call out to Koala, Wombat, Emu, and other animals, but no one has seen the wombat family. Joey sniffles, then sobs, but when he goes home with Noni, Coco, and Dave, he finds his family there searching for him. Lester has a gift for writing verse that sounds completely natural when read aloud. Created with pencil, watercolors, and collage, her artwork features appealing characters and landscapes rendered in soft black lines, rounded forms, and rich, gentle hues. Even when Joey breaks down and cries, something in Lester's pleasing rhymes and pictures conveys the soothing message that all will be well. A satisfying, reassuring Australian picture book. Preschool-Grade 1. Copyright 2019 Booklist Reviews.
Alison Lester has written and illustrated numerous children&;s books. She has won many awards in her native Australia, including the Children&;s Book Council of Australia Picture Book Award. Over her twenty-one-year career she has produced such Australian classics as the Clive Eats Alligators series, Magic Beach, Imagine, and My Farm, and recently she has also started writing novels, including The Quicksand Pony and the Bonnie and Sam series. In 2011, she was named the Australian Children&;s Laureate.
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