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Magerl, Caroline2019
Nop is a scruffy kind of bear. He sits on a dusty armchair in Oddmint's Dumporeum surrounded by the beaders, knitters, patchers and stitchers who are much too busy to talk to him. So he watches the litter tumble until, armed with a new bow tie, he has an idea that will change his life forever. This story began with a memory of Caroline's school holidays in Sydney. Her father was welding a steel yacht in a boat yard and she wandered off . . . only to discover the local dump, a home for the things people throw out! Many years later, her daughter Jen made a teddy bear out of scraps for her father. It's a very sorry-looking, but endearing creature. Named Roadkill, ten years later it still sits on top of his desk. This story shows the importance of deciding value for yourself and not letting the opinions of others determine how you see yourself or influence how you act. It also illustrates how differently people value things in relation to their context.
Main title:
Nop / Caroline Magerl.
Newtown, N.S.W. : Walker Books Australia, 2019.
1 volume of unnumbered pages : colour illustrations ; 29 cm.
Dewey class:
LocationCollectionCall numberStatus/Desc
Beaumaris LibraryJunior Picture BooksMOnloan - Due: 09 Mar 2021
Brighton LibraryJunior Picture BooksMOnloan - Due: 19 Mar 2021