Explanatorium of Nature

My words will not do this book justice, because I can barely find the words for the up-close photography gives you a look at animals and nature like you have never seen before.  The front of the book drew me in the first time I saw it, its beauty doesn’t just lie in its shiny cover though, the pages within are captivating and the information will keep you immersed for hours.

A World Full of Animal Stories

This book is a beautiful and interesting extravaganza of folktales and legends that celebrate animals and culture, some that will be familiar to you and some that won’t.  These stories are brought to life as we travel the globe to Africa, Asia, North and South America, Europe, Australia and Oceania.

A Bag and a Bird Review

I have been reading Pamela Allen books for as long as I can remember, her picture books are amazing and she is a favourite author of many Australian children and adults.  Her books are engaging and sometimes funny, with familiar titles such as Who Sank the Boat?  The Mr McGee books, and the popular (and very funny) Belinda.  The newest addition to her collection, A Bag and a Bird features familiar places to children who live in Australia or have visited Sydney.

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