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A 7 year old girl in Victoria wrote to the government pleading to save the lives of a mob of kangaroos in her town who were in the way of development. But she and her classmates were ignored. After befriending Joey, a baby kangaroo whose mother was killed by the school bus, she had a cunning plan to fly to New Zealand with Joey and talk to government representatives to ask A 7 year old girl in Victoria wrote to the government pleading to save the lives of a mob of kangaroos in her town who were in the way of development. But she and her classmates were ignored. After befriending Joey, a baby kangaroo whose mother was killed by the school bus, she had a cunning plan to fly to New Zealand with Joey and talk to government representatives to ask why they cared about their national icon, the Kiwi. On the journey they ventured into the remote parts of South Island alone where they met a rare wild kiwi who told them the answers they were looking for, along with bestowing a surprise gift on Joey. Armed with this empowering information, would they now be able to persuade the government in Australia to save this mob in time? Says Bob Irwin, Wildlife Conservationist and father of world-famous Steve Irwin "Chloe and Joey Meet a Very Wise Kiwi' is a wonderful children's book with a very important message to children and adults worldwide. Through her passion and understanding of the dire situation facing our unique wildlife, Menkit has produced a meaningful and spiritual version of our magnificent kangaroos, through the eyes of a child." Menkit Prince, author, and Kathleen McLaren, illustrator, collaborated to create this work in order to educate kids about the plight of our kangaroos. Together they are donating 100% of the proceeds of this book to help wildlife carers who rehabilitate injured kangaroos.


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A 7 year old girl in Victoria wrote to the government pleading to save the lives of a mob of kangaroos in her town who were in the way of development. But she and her classmates were ignored. After befriending Joey, a baby kangaroo whose mother was killed by the school bus, she had a cunning plan to fly to New Zealand with Joey and talk to government representatives to ask A 7 year old girl in Victoria wrote to the government pleading to save the lives of a mob of kangaroos in her town who were in the way of development. But she and her classmates were ignored. After befriending Joey, a baby kangaroo whose mother was killed by the school bus, she had a cunning plan to fly to New Zealand with Joey and talk to government representatives to ask why they cared about their national icon, the Kiwi. On the journey they ventured into the remote parts of South Island alone where they met a rare wild kiwi who told them the answers they were looking for, along with bestowing a surprise gift on Joey. Armed with this empowering information, would they now be able to persuade the government in Australia to save this mob in time? Says Bob Irwin, Wildlife Conservationist and father of world-famous Steve Irwin "Chloe and Joey Meet a Very Wise Kiwi' is a wonderful children's book with a very important message to children and adults worldwide. Through her passion and understanding of the dire situation facing our unique wildlife, Menkit has produced a meaningful and spiritual version of our magnificent kangaroos, through the eyes of a child." Menkit Prince, author, and Kathleen McLaren, illustrator, collaborated to create this work in order to educate kids about the plight of our kangaroos. Together they are donating 100% of the proceeds of this book to help wildlife carers who rehabilitate injured kangaroos.

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