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The Kookaburra Trail By Thomas Abercorn
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When the weirdest corpse ever, and a shrieking one at that, is found lying on the edge of North Hudson Park, N.J., the FBI takes over and tries to snuff out the story, because the nation... More > doesn’t need more lurid news. However, fate and juvenile kacksters decide otherwise, and the Bureau finds itself burdened with one gooey case : old heads grafted on young bodies and doing well on top of it. Who on earth does those anholy feats, and where? It takes a lovelorn nerd to remember what creature produces the shriek that fitted the original body: some Australian laughing jackass called the kookaburra. And a small team of vexed inquirers starts on an offcourse search that will lead them to Ukrainian catacombs and many other uncomfortable places where the once unthinkable is performed for the benefit of ageing billionaires: getting a new body for their precious head. Impossible? No, it’s successfully done on chimps and dogs. For now Brace yourself and watch yar heads!< Less
Elton: The Different Kookaburra By Lee Connor
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For ages 7-11. Elton isn't like other kookaburras - he has a fear of reptiles and requires a special diet. Life is tough for Elton growing up with two bullies for brothers and a... More > constantly-disappointed father. Desperate to find a place where he can fit in, Elton sets off on a journey of self-discovery, making new friends and enemies along the way.< Less
Elton: The Different Kookaburra By Lee Connor
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Elton isn't like other kookaburras - he has a fear of reptiles and requires a special diet. Life is tough for Elton growing up with two bullies for brothers and a constantly disappointed father.... More > Desperate to find a place where he can fit in, Elton sets off on a journey of self-discovery, making new friends and enemies along the way.< Less
The Kookaburras' Big Day Out at the Zoo By Stephen Collis
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When our class went to the zoo we saw lots of animals. Read all our descriptions of the animals we saw.
The Book That Never Made Sense By Year 7 Airds High School Kookaburra Class
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Written by Year 7 students at Airds High School, "The Book That Never Made Sense" contains 18 stories about everything from dragons to talking vegetables. Do carrots turn into trees? What... More > happens when best friends turn into enemies over professional basketball? How do you defeat chocolate zombies? The students created and voted for the cover as well as the title. You can see an animated book trailer for one of the stories at airdsbooklaunch.weebly.com.< Less
MY FIRST FLIGHT By Pam Menzies
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Does Kenneth end up smashed up food for dogs and cats or learn to fly? Read to find out.
The Adventures of Angus and Sybella By Michaela Isaac
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Two best friends, Angus and Sybella, love spending time at the park. They especially love laughing with their friend Mr. Kookaburra. One day, Angus and Sybella go to the park and discover that Mr.... More > Kookaburra isn't feeling himself. Can they help their friend before it's too late?< Less
The Adventures of Angus and Sybella By Michaela Isaac
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Two best friends, Angus and Sybella, love spending time at the park. They especially love laughing with their friend Mr. Kookaburra. One day, Angus and Sybella go to the park and discover that Mr.... More > Kookaburra isn't feeling himself. Can they help their friend before it's too late?< Less
australian animals 2013 By michael podesta
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photo's taken in spring/summer 2012 . many Australian birds that visit me alot
Australian Wildlife By Donna Racheal
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Australia's unique mammal fauna is to some extent explicable with the Australian continent itself. Once part of Gondwanaland, a southern super-continent that also included those land masses we now... More > recognise as South America, Africa, India, Madagascar and New Zealand. Through continental drift they separated. The native mammals of Australia are amazing with their ability to diversify and survive in all eco regions within this vast land.< Less