The Extra Things added to the Book
- Added details biography of the author
- Added index to get quick view and interface
Speck and the Kangaroo, composed initially in 1899, is a kids' book by Ethel C. Pedley about a young lady named Dot who becomes mixed up in the Australian outback and is in the long run gotten to know by a kangaroo and a few different marsupials. A youthful Australian young lady named spot winds up lost in the Bush after pursuing a bunny into the wood and dismissing her home and is protected by a red kangaroo, who gives her some enchantment berries that enable her to talk with the creatures and takes her on a wild experience through the Outback. The story is outlandishly beguiling, and you will adore how the creator gave every creature an unmistakable character dependent on its normal propensities - the protective kangaroo, the peculiar kookaburra, the talkative platypus, the uproarious and gossipy grove winged creatures.