As the sun sets over an Australian grassland, a hungry wombat leaves its burrow to spend the cool night looking for plants to eat. When morning comes, the wombat will waddle back to its home and spend the hot daytime hours sleeping in its protected, underground bedroom. In Wombat’s Burrow, kids will explore the world of these burrowing marsupials through clear text and large, full-color photos. Age-appropriate activities, such as describing a wombat to a friend, and critical-thinking questions give readers a chance to gain insights beyond the facts and figures. Fun information, such as the fact that the tunnels in the wombat’s burrow can be wide enough for a person to crawl through, is sure to delight young readers.