Can a Quokka Quack?
Jolly Read, Illustrated by Natasha Lea
The quokka (or quak-a in local Noongar language) is a unique and rare marsupial living on Wadjemup or Rottnest, an island in the sun off the coast of Western Australia. They are isolated and have no predators, and maybe that's why they smile so much! Quokkas are famous for being the friendliest and happiest wild animals on Earth.
The new quirky funny kids’ book about the unique little Rottnest Island marsupial that has become famous for being the happiest wild animal on the planet. Crazy rhyming verse story by Jolly Read and superbly illustrated by artist Natasha Lea.
For ages up to nine years old
About the Author:
Jolly Read is a journalist and author who lives in South Fremantle, a suburb of the Port town of Fremantle, Western Australia. Her latest book is about the unique little Rottnest Island marsupial that has become famous for being the happiest wild animal on the planet. She can just see Rottnest from her verandah but not the quokkas!
Dimensions: H 21cm x W 30cm
Publisher: Jolly Read Media
Publication Date: 2018
Number of Pages: 20