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'Learn all about the inquisitive little Gumnut Babies who live in the Australian bush. Find out why their eyes are so big and the fun they have with the other Bush Folk in Gumnut Land.' (Source: Author's website)
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yGumnut BabiesMay Gibbs,
Pymble:Angus and Robertson,2001Z9685212001selected work picture book children's fiction children's
'A delightful collection of some of May Gibbs's most charming 'bush babies' stories.
May Gibbs's marvellous creation - the Gumnut world, with its tiny heroes and heroines and deliciously villainous villains - has fascinated generations of children. Gumnuts at the races, at the ballet and dancing at balls are some of the scenes that have delighted us all.
Brought together here are the stories of Flannel Flowers and Other Bush Babies, Wattle Babies, Boronia Babies and Gum-Blossom Babies plus Nuttybub and Nittersing and Chucklebud and Wunkydoo.' (Source: Publisher's blurb)