Lancelot : The One-armed Kangaroo
Lancelot is a joey. His mother died in an accident, he has no idea who he is and where he comes from. He grows up on a farm with a farmer and his wife. One day Lancelot comes across a kangaroo mob - a truly big moment - because now he realises that he is not a human but a kangaroo! He desperately wants to join the mob, escapes from home and injures his arm so badly that it has to be amputated. Left alone in the bush he has to overcome dangerous situations. He is lucky that a girl kangaroo from the mob is curious to find out who Lancelot is and wants to help him. Narrated by Australian actors Anne Phelan, David Tredinnick and Matthew Whittet.
- 121.92 x 132.08 x 7.62mm | 90.72g
- 11 Dec 2011
- Bubenberg Audio & Book
- Adrian Plitzco
- Lancefield, VIC, Australia
"The sound effects and the pace of telling are superb." - Reading Time, Children's Book Council of Australia.
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“This is a charming and well produced audio book for children. It is well read by several presenters, and interspersed with bouncy, upbeat music. The artwork and packaging is nicely presented, so that when you open the audio-book, the CDs are integrated into the pictures.” Native Animal Network Association, Australiashow moreby adrian