All proceeds will be deposited into the account of Grampians Wildlife Carers Fund Inc (A0058135X) and will be used to pay bills for wildlife cares in the Northern Grampians Region.
1 – 2 copies $2.20
3 copies $2.80
4 – 6 copies $4.00
7 copies $7.60
8 – 10 copies $10.40
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LINDA BAKER, PRINCIPAL LALOR EAST PRIMARY SCHOOL
I found this book to be an excellent resourse for our school and we purchased 8 copies for our Guided Reading groups. The photographs were beautiful.
REGENCY PARK PRIMARY SCHOOL
Here at Regency Park Primary School we recently purchased two copies of the book “Josh saves Joe-Joe” for our Library. The minute these books arrived they here passed on to our Prep and Grade 1 teachers to share with the children. Here is a photo of Miss Tiffany Dempster with her Grade 1 class enjoying the wonderful story and gorgeous pictures this book has to offer. Miss Dempster’s class particularly liked pages 8& 9, where they learnt that a baby echidna is called a Puggle and baby platypus’ are just so cute. This book is beautifully illustrated and
the wildlife rescue/rehabilitation message is delivered perfectly.
RON MULLER, ARTIST
On first reading of the book ‘Josh Saves Joe – Joe’, I
thought my grandchildren, growing up in urban Melbourne, may not be
captured by such a simple story in a rural setting. Furthermore children are
exposed today to so much exciting adventurous stuff on television, DVD’s and
computer games, I wondered if this affectionate short story would
hold their interest.
I was wrong. No sooner had I finished it, there were
immediate demands to read it again. Is it the lovely relationship between
Josh and his Dad,the shared concern for Joe Joe, their love for the bush, the
wonderful caring nature of Vicki or the sad helpless situation of Joe Joe.
Whatever it is, all these elements make for a heart warming simple story
that works and succeeds in raising an awareness of our wildlife and the
remarkable work of wildlife carers.