Wombat Divine Quotes

10 of the best book quotes from Wombat Divine
“Will there be a part in the Nativity play left for Wombat? Utterly universal. Readers will empathize with the Wombat’s sadness and ultimate joy.”
“Wombat loves everything about Christmas--especially the Nativity play. He’s wanted to be in it for as long as he can remember. At last he’s old enough to ...”
“What a good idea,′ said Emu. ‘Now, who’d like to be Mary?’ ‘I would,’ said Wombat. But he was too big to be Mary. Numbat was chosen instead.”
“Wombat loves Christmas. He loves the cards and the candles, the presents and the pudding and most of all he loves the Nativity play.”
“The Kangaroos were chosen instead. The Kangaroos put their arms around Wombat. ‘Cheer up, Wombat! Don’t lose heart. Why not try for a different part? Wombat tried everything.”
“At last he’s old enough to try out. But at the auditions, the first part goes to someone else. So does the next. And the next . . . Will there be a part left for Wombat?”
“Now, at last, he was old enough to take part. So, with his heart full of hope, and his head full of dreams, he hurried along to the auditions.”
“Wombat is a cute and lovable character with a passion for the stage and a desire to be in the nativity play.”
“His friends were already there. Emu was bossing and fussing as usual. ‘Now, let’s get started,’ she said. ‘Who’d like to be the Archangel Gabriel?”
“But he was too heavy to be the Archangel Gabriel. Bilby was chosen instead. Bilby patted Wombat on the back. ‘Never mind, Wombat! Don’t lose heart. Why not try for a different part?”
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