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Bush Baby Rescue
Hi! I'm Juliet. I'm ten years old. And I'm nearly a vet!
A terrible bushfire has struck and Mum's vet clinic is in chaos. Every day more and more injured baby animals arrive. Chelsea and I have never been busier! There's an adorable baby koala to feed by hand, a fat little wombat to bandage, and a funny blue-tongued lizard that Max is determined to make his pet.
But who knew that babies needed so much feeding! I may never sleep again!
About the Author
Rebecca Johnson is an Australian author, teacher and mother of two. Juliet, Nearly a Vet is her first fiction series with Penguin. She has also written a best-selling non-fiction series of adventures featuring Australian wildlife, which has sold more than 2.6 million copies.
From the author:
When I was growing up, I was mad about animals. Not just the normal kind like cats, dogs and horses, but anything that moved. The best part of all was that I actually lived next door to a vet! We are still great friends and he's 95 now. One of my fondest memories of growing up is going out in a canoe with my sister and brother after a f lood and Ârescuing animals that were stranded on sticks and twigs and ferrying them to safety. Not every girl I know would be happiest in a canoe full of mice, bugs and the odd green snake,
but I'm sure Juliet would!
About the Illustrator
Kyla May is the creative director of a team of illustrators, writers, designers and producers under the banner Kyla May Productions. Kyla May Productions writes, develops and illustrates children's books including the original series 'Kyla May Miss. Behaves' which is currently being developed into a TV series. Kyla May has another original series due for release later this year and many more concepts in development. Kyla May has illustrated several other children's books including 'Star Girl' for Pan Macmillan and 'The Dog Rules' for Scholastic US for whom they are also illustrating a new children's series.
Advice From Behind The Hairdressers Chair
What did you learn today and who from? This is not just a feel good book; it is a thought book as it will get you thinking. This book is dedicated to my mum, our friend Tim Dasilva and little Tal Doron who were taken from us way too soon. I never tried to write a book before as I'm not a writer. I'm just a guy that's been cutting hair for the past 23 years in England and Canada. I'm not a person who is always positive and think that everything is going to be great, as life does happen. I just wrote the book because someone told me I couldn't and wouldn't. I found out that the stories you have can help people at times. As the stories that they have might help you. Give yourself a bit of time to hear what people are saying. After reading this book you will not be a champion hairdresser as it has nothing to do with hair really. If you keep this book around and when things happen in life you might find something to help you get through it. As these are my real stories and real advice. Hear is what I have to say so far.
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