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In this classic Australian picture book, a dingo catches a wombat and wants to cook him in a stew. But all the other bush animals have a plan to save their friend. A dingo intent on making wombat stew receives cooking suggestions from the other animals, Author interviews, book reviews, editors' picks, and more. Wombat Stew by Marcia Vaughan, , available at Book Depository with free delivery worldwide.


Wombat Stew Book

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Wombat Stew book. Read 75 reviews from the world's largest community for readers. A dingo intent on making wombat stew receives cooking suggestions from. introducing another book likely to appeal. Extension. Wombat Stew gives plenty of scope for innovating on vocabulary, sentence and story structure. At this stage . Wombat stew, Wombat stew, Gooey, brewy, Yummy, chewy, Wombat stew! In this classic Australian picture book, a dingo catches a wombat and wants to cook.

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A great fun read. We read this book regularly in our house, its a must have. Sarah's mum. Wombat Stew Audience: Children For Ages: Paperback Language: English Number Of Pages: Scholastic Australia Country of Publication: AU Dimensions cm: Help Centre. My Wishlist Sign In Join. Wombat Stew 30th Anniversary Edition By: Marcia Vaughan , Pamela Lofts Illustrator. Write a review.

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When I was in the book store very recently, I saw this book on the sale table and nostalgia just brimmed out of me. I showed it to my fiance and surprisingly he had never heard of the book.

It's fantastic!! I NEED to go back and get it! It's just brilliant! The story, moral, catchy rhyme and beautiful illustrations have been pieced together perfectly to create this book!

It could be just rote, but the pages have all left such an impression on me I'm certain the book is forever in my head, word f When I was in the book store very recently, I saw this book on the sale table and nostalgia just brimmed out of me.

It could be just rote, but the pages have all left such an impression on me I'm certain the book is forever in my head, word for word and picture for picture. Guy Montag, I'm ready for when you want to pick me up, I've memorized my book. I recommend it to everyone, from every country. This is just one of those childhood books I think everyone should know.

A beautiful piece of Australian culture that I am definitely proud of, Mate. Rereading this book before I wrap them as Christmas presents for my two adolescent boys brought me back to the time when I was made to read this book almost every night before bed! Gosh, we were never sick of the ridiculous story-line and the sing along that went with it. Big giggle before bed. It's funny that they were looking for the book when we were in the bookstore just the other day and were rather disappointed when the store didn't stock them.

This would be one of the Christmas gift that Rereading this book before I wrap them as Christmas presents for my two adolescent boys brought me back to the time when I was made to read this book almost every night before bed!

This would be one of the Christmas gift that they would treasure, I reckon! If only they care to read books as they used to! Jan 25, Brandon rated it liked it Recommended to Brandon by: I did not appreciate the villainization of the dingo in this story.

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While I acknowledge that animals in general don't wish to be eaten, it is also unfair that the dingo couldn't get something to eat. The ending of this book is pure rubbish. You think it's a happy ending, right? The wombat is saved! But look kid, they poisoned that poor dingo. Do you know what's going to happen to that guy?

He's going to crawl around the I did not appreciate the villainization of the dingo in this story. He's going to crawl around the woods for a few hours, melting slowly and agonizingly from the inside out. All because some jerk wombat couldn't take one for the team. I recommend it.

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Jan 27, Brandielle rated it really liked it Shelves: My husband read the song with his own melody and the kids were singing it for days.

A fun book. Feb 15, Jasmine rated it it was amazing. Childhood favourite, this book means so much to me. Sep 05, Jacinda rated it really liked it.

Great Aussie children's book that should be in your child's collection. You can really play your voice in this story and even get into a bit of singing. May 29, Michelle rated it it was amazing Shelves: A fun read.

I am confused, however, by the constant references to the dingo as a 'clever' animal.

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Are we as the readers privy to the dingo's self-perception? Is it a stereotype of dingos as an animal group? Or is this particular dingo normally of above average intellectual abilities?

This later answer, if correct, would make the other animals ability to dupe the dingo on this occasion an interesting phenomenon. Oct 03, Adrian J. It is almost animal racism. I've never understood the tendency to position some animals as evil or mean and others as always good. Has the writer ever encountered a koala, or an emu?

They're vicious; at least as much so as the dingo.

Also, why didn't it matter that the echidna eats other animals? Or the blue-tongue lizard? But the dingo? He's an evil monster! Rather silly, really. Dec 08, Monique rated it liked it Shelves: I have read this so many times I've lost count to the kids at school. They absolutely adore it! The words, they rhyming, the pictures, all of it! Me myself, I've never read this until this year and it's an okay book for me.

But considering it's for the kids who cares about my opinion! Kids love this. Someone should let the dingo know that wombats aren't very tasty. Aug 07, Tracey rated it it was ok.She may like more of this book as she gets older.

Delivery options: Sheena Knowles, Rod Clement, Another of my faves as a kid. Drew Daywalt, Oliver Jeffers. Or is this particular dingo normally of above average intellectual abilities? If you order multiple items and they are not all in stock, we will advise you of their anticipated arrival times. But all the other bush animals have a plan to save their friend.

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