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Stolen from his nest while still a baby, Maggie must rely on his natural instincts to get by. Little does the magpie know how much trouble he’s going to cause around town, but could he and his kin also be the animals to help save them?
Children are endlessly enthralled by Nature–by the countless little things that they observe and pick up in their wanderings along bush-track and seashore. They are eager to know all about these things–and here is a book that tells them.
The stories of Australian creatures, told by someone who spent most of his life in the bush.
Two Australian Children’s Book of the Year collected into one volume.
The life and adventures of Australia’s Quoll, a fascinating, cat-like nocturnal creature.
An old swagman teaches some young friends about the habits of our local birds.
The sequel to John of the Sirius follows the founding of the colony at Sydney Cove.
Every bushland flower has a flower fairy. Nuri Mass brings out the magic of Australian wild flowers, with a botanical description and drawing of each flower, and a story and or poem about each flower’s fairy.