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ABC Bunyip Saves the Big Black Boogie Swamp

ABC Bunyip Saves the Big Black Boogie Swamp
Author: Kathy Littlemore
Illustrator: Helena Crevel
Publisher: Bad Bunyip Books
Genre: Children
ISBN: 978-0-9942452-0-5
Pages: 32
Price: $2.99 (Kindle)
Note: Outside of Australia, please contact the author directly to order paperback copies

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ABC is a big, bad bunyip who enjoys wallowing in the mud at Big Black Boogie Swamp. He’s very unhappy when he find out that Farmer Joe wants to mine all the rich, black mud from his home. Big, bad bunyips don’t let anyone mess with them, so ABC takes action to make sure Farmer Joe can’t mine the swamp.

As ABC is detaining Farmer Joe, Archie the dalmatian and Raymond the little black pig show up, looking to play in the mud. With his two new friends and Farmer Joe’s son, Joey, to help him, ABC negotiates terms with Farmer Joe, saving the swamp.

ABC Bunyip Saves the Big Black Boogie Swamp shares this frightening Australian creature with the rest of the world. The legendary bunyip has been reported to hide in swamps, giving terrifying howls to scare everyone away. However, ABC Bunyip is anything but scary for children. In fact, ABC’s biggest weapon is the ability to huff and fluff objects high into the air, inspiring smiles and giggles. Kids will enjoy reading how ABC saves his home, making some new friends in the process.

Reviewer: Alice Berger

August 11, 2016 - Posted by | children

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