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When Kangaroo visits France, he falls in love with the cancan. Back in Australia, he decides to set up his very own Cancan Cafe.

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Good illustrations

The rhyme doesn't flow very easily

This book is written by Julia Jarman and tells the story of a young Kangaroo who goes to France. During his stay he watches a sow where all of the dancers a doing the can can. On his return to Australia he misses the dancing so much that he decides to open a café where the can can is danced. He...

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“Let's Cancan!”

published 21/02/2009

Good fun book

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Kangaroo?s Cancan Café is a lovely paperback book which has an nice bright yellow coloured cover, with a picture of a kangaroo, koala, frog and crocodile all jumping about. The back cover is also bright yellow with pictures of other animals all dancing around and a short paragraph telling us...

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“Can You Do The Cancan?”

published 03/06/2006

Bright illustrations, rhyming text.

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I just came across this book in the school library the other day and it was the thought of a cancan relating to a children's book that drew me to it. Julia Jarman wrote this book after two trips: the first to her son's wedding in Australia where she saw kangaroos, kookaburras, possums, wombats...

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