Mokee the White Possum

By: REES, Leslie

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Sydney: Lansdowne Press, 1983. Publishers original pictorial laminated boards, light bumping to top of spine, minor sunned strip at base of boards. Dustwrapper: unclipped, sunned spine, now protected in Brodart. White endpapers, previous owners dedication to rear of half title page. 24pp. unpaginated, profusely illustrated with magnificent colour illustrations by Tony Oliver, pages clean and bright in a firm binding. Mokee was a most contented baby ring-tailed possum, the day came when he had grown too big for the nest, too big to curl up in his mother's pouch. It was time for him to go to school. For the first time in his life he realised that he was different from other possums. His snow-white fur and pink eyes set him apart from the rest of the class and made him the butt of mockery and ridicule. In this lively and often humorous story, Leslie Rees describes Mokee's attempts to change his appearance so that he will be more acceptable. Out of his escapades he earns one valuable lesson, to be different is not to be inferior.. First Thus. Hard Cover. Very Good/Very Good. Illus. by Tony Oliver. 4to - over 9¾" - 12" tall.

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