Macmillan, Nov 1, 2004 - Juvenile Fiction - 32 pages
A baby kangaroo tries desperately to learn how to jump, but can't quite make the leap. . .
Again and again she tries, with the hearty encouragement of a frog, a grasshopper, and a rabbit, not to mention his doting Mama. But instead of boinging he blomps, bloomps, and blomps. But then, a koala comes up with a surprising solution, and our little hero boings literally right off the page! A sweet and silly book with wonderful artwork and a pop-up surprise that will have kids squealing with delight.
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Review: Boing!User Review - Candice - Goodreads
Sophie, almost three, gave this five stars today by asking me to read it over and over again and then laughing each time. When we got home from the library she delightedly showed her mommy and grandpa ... Read full review
Review: Boing!User Review - Rebecca - Goodreads
Fun book about the challenge of a kid trying to walk. The key to success is a bizarre surprise revealed suddenly rather than with the usual foreshadowing and I think the foreshadowing would have been ... Read full review