The story A Bee Called Kangaroo has profound and idealistic points
about resilience, hope, life, love, and self-awareness. In it,
Kangaroo traveled for miles and miles to find the reason why his
Nurse Bee had given him a name. He met a wild flower with no name
and a friendly old oak tree named Griff. Kangaroo told them tales
of his adventure. The author reveals her own views about the
triumphs and troubles of mankind, and the simple wisdom that love
is all encompassing and universal. These are all mirrored in each
page in the lives of all the characters in this profound and
insightful book. Black & white illustrations by Dawn M.
Landrum. Back cover art & inspiration by Greg Summers.
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