I’m not really difficult, it’s just that my mum is enough to drive anyone mad. She rescues injured or abandoned animals and our house overflowing with joeys bandicoots. When I was little thought it cool, but now am in Year Six, Mum doesn’t understand have other things do life. Charmingly illustrated, The Kid Whose Kept Possums Her Bra a warm, heartfelt story about young girl who wants be normal like her friends. And, more importantly, she – friend’s mums- they don’t kangaroos the kitchen possums their bras. To fair, Mon’s does offer change, become ‘normal’ what Mon wants? Full of gentle humour, this latest offering from Dianne Wolfer makes for splendid read middle primary readers.
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