A conservation tale of the Gilbert's Potoroo - Australia's rarest mammal. When a fire destroys Potoroo's home, he becomes one of the last surviving Gilbert's Potoroos at Two Peoples Bay in Western Australia. Frightened, hurt and alone, Potoroo needs a new home - somewhere safe from predators and with plenty of his favorite food. Luckily, a team of conservationists know where Potoroo can go to be safe. One Potoroo: A Story of Survival is a beautifully illustrated book about the world's most endangered marsupial, the Gilbert's Potoroo, and the conservation work that has kept this unique Australian alive. Reading level varies from child to child, but we recommend this book for ages 6-9. FEATURES:
- A beautifully illustrated picture book, inspired by real events, about the world's most endangered marsupial, the Gilbert's Potoroo
- Features an author's note and factual information about the Gilbert's Potoroo, its history and conservation status
- Highlights the importance of proactive conservation efforts and responses to environmental change.