Marsupial Sue Review

Marsupial Sue
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This story captures the euphoria of childhood fun with true friends, and the challenge of finding that social success. Being yourself and finding yourself are the path to naturally finding your own social "kind".
I bought the book because I love the song, and I love John Lithgow's kid's materials. The song is fantastic with a great message. Be yourself and find YOUR group - the people that are like you and will make your life joyful.
I'm not sure why the "I got 2 Dogs" (aka Fanny and Blue) book came with a CD of the song and this book did not?!
Whatever the case may be, buy Farkle and Friends by Lithgow and play it with the book. The song IS THE STORY.

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If you're a Kangaroo
through and through,

Just do what Kangaroos do.

Young Sue really doesn't like being a kangaroo, so she goes off to find something better. First she tries climbing the trees like a koala, but that doesn't work. Then she wades into the sea like a platypus, but that's no good either. Finally, Sue joins up with some bouncy, jouncy wallabies...and discovers that being a kangaroo isn't so bad, after all.

Using a jaunty waltz rhythm, actor, comedian, and best-selling author John Lithgow reassures children that they can be happy with who they are.

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