Junior Encyclopedia of Australian Wildlife
By Steve Parish Publishing
Comprehensive first reference
The Steve Parish Junior Encyclopedia of Australian Wildlife combines full-colour photographs with informative, easy-to-read text that introduces children and adults to Australia's fascinating wildlife. All major groups of land-based vertebrate and invertebrate animals are covered, from mammals to reptiles and insects.
Find out why Koalas are so sleepy; which frogs are Australia's tiniest; which animal smells with its tongue; which fish 'shoots' its prey; how crickets 'sing'; and which animal's skeleton glows under ultraviolet light!
Laminated board cover 159 pages
Full colour 290mm X 225mm