COUNTRY: [√] AU | NZ , PHONE: +612 8445 2300 | info@woodslane.com.au

WOODSLANE

    • Product Search / Price & Availability ▼
      • Search by keywords

        Search by BIC...

        Bulk search by ISBN

        All titles

        Keywords:
        Title:
        Author:
        ISBN:
        Publisher:
        BIC code:
        BIC qualifier:
        BIC code
        BIC qualifier
        ISBNs (separate by , ; or space ):

        All titles will be shown.

Welcome to Woodslane!

Account holders login Retailers Publishers View order cart

Category

    Barnaby

    and the Lost Treasure of Bunnyville
    Description
    Author
    Biography
    Page
    Spreads
    Google
    Preview
    Barnaby is a bunny with big ideas and plans to make Bunnyville a better place. Barnaby wants a garden, but the mayor won’t agree, ‘Bunnies don’t plant, Bunnies dig!’ Barnaby refuses to give up and comes up with a clever plan to help the other bunnies discover where the real treasure is kept! Written by Robert Vescio and beautifully illustrated by Cheri Hughes, Barnaby and the Lost Treasure of Bunnyville is a story to remind us of the true value of our earth and celebrate the gifts it produces. Set in a fictional town of Bunnyville this easy to read story showcases through beautiful illustrations and a sense of fun how simple ideas can have a big impact when it comes to helping our environment. National Tree Day promoted by Planet Ark is recognised by schools and kindergartens nationally. Sunday, 31 July 2016 - National Tree Day. Friday, 29 July 2016 - Schools Tree Day.
    Robert Vescio lives in Sydney and is a published children’s author. His picture books include, Marlo Can Fly (Wombat Books) listed on the 2015 NSW Premier’s Reading Challenge, No Matter Who We’re With (IP Kidz). Many of his short stories have been published in anthologies such as Packed Lunch, Short and Twisted, Charms Vol 1 and The School Magazine NSW. Robert has also won awards for his children’s writing including First Place in the 2012 Marshall Allan Hill Children’s Writing Competition and Highly Commended in the 2011 Marshall Allan Hill Children’s Writing Competition. Robert enjoys visiting schools. His aim is to enthuse and inspire children to read and write and leave them bursting with


    Google Preview content