Found You, Little Wombat!



As long as you have good friends, you ll never really be lost.Wombat is back in a followup to the bestselling Sometimes I Like to Curl Up in a Ball The critically acclaimed artist Charles Fuge joins writer Angela McAllister to create a charmingly illustrated, deeply reassuring tale about getting lost and found again.An endearing little wombat and his friends love playing hide and seek even though Wombat doesn t quite understand all the rules of the game When it s his turn to seek, he hides once , then calls out Two, TEN and opens his eyes So Rabbit and Koala suggest he count 10 flowers and then search for them But Wombat doesn t count the pink blossoms nearby he wanders far away, over the hill, looking for yellow ones Suddenly, the little animal realizes he s very, very aloneBut you can always depend on friends and mom coming to the rescue.Cuddly, sweet faced, and personality filled animals in Fuge s inimitable style, plus a comforting story that kids will really empathize with, add up to a winning combination. Best Read Found You, Little Wombat! by Angela McAllister For Kindle ePUB or eBook – tiffanydaniels.co.ukFound You, Little Wombat!

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Library information on services ☆ Found You, Little Wombat!  ePUB Author ↠ Angela McAllister ↠ – tiffanydaniels.co.uk
  • Hardcover
  • 24 pages
  • Found You, Little Wombat!
  • Angela McAllister
  • English
  • 18 October 2017
  • 1402707088

10 thoughts on “Found You, Little Wombat!

  1. says:

    A cute little read about hide and seek with little animals I read this for my son s reading time.

  2. says:

    Meh

  3. says:

    The pictures were adorable but the story was really lacking.

  4. says:

    Grade interest level Preschool 3rdReading level Genre Picture BookMain Characters Wombat, Koala, Rabbit and Wombat s mom Setting Outside AustraliaPOV 3rd Person NarratorThis book is insanely cute The illustrations are absolutely adorable The main character is a wombat, which I like because it introduces children to an animal they are probably unfamiliar with In the story, little wombat s friends are teaching him to play hide and go seek Little wombat gets lost, it begins raining, and l Grade interest level Preschool 3rdReading level Genre Picture BookMain Characters Wombat, Koala, Rabbit and Wombat s mom Setting Outside AustraliaPOV 3rd Person NarratorThis book is insanely cute The illustrations are absolutely adorable The main character is a wombat, which I like because it introduces children to an animal they are probably unfamiliar with In the story, little wombat s friends are teaching him to p...

  5. says:

    McAllister, A 2003 Found you, little wombat New York Sterling Publishing Co Inc Found You, Little Wombat by Angela McAllister, is such a sweet story about a little wombat who wonders off during a game of hide and seek with his friends The poor little wombat gets lost and can t find his way home As it begins to rain the little wombat seeks cover under a big mushroom and begins to cry Just then his mother finds him and everything is fine This story is sweet , simple, and enjoyable Th McAllister, A 2003 Found you, little wombat New York Sterling Publishing Co Inc Found You, Little Wombat by Angela McAllis...

  6. says:

    I adore the Little Wombat books The artwork is wonderful with beautifully drawn animals Like the other Wombat books, there are great connections that could be made about friendship and rules for playing games, but this one can also be used to discuss what to do when you g...

  7. says:

    The most adorable illustrations complement this story about Little Wombat playing hide and seek with his friends Rabbit and Koala He gets lost and becomes afraidbut soon realizes he is not alone when he hears a voice that is familiar.

  8. says:

    This is very nicely done I love the pictures and what draws me in is the indigenous Australian animals All that was missing was a kangaroo and a platypus This is a great story about taking turns hide and go seek and what to do if you are lost This is a cute book Made me smile D

  9. says:

    This is one of the most requested bedtime stories by my children A combination of gorgeous illustration and easy and entertaining story line make for an engaging read It is so rewarding when my children help read the story, and point out different things that they see.

  10. says:

    Lovely story

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