Bittangabee Tribe: an Aboriginal story from coastal New South Wales Explores the story of a family living on the coast of south-east Australia who travel to the Australian Alps in the summer to meet with other tribes and feast on Bogong moths. At the end of the season they travel back to their home for lobster season. Includes references to Indigenous trading, Aboriginal lifestyle pre-colonisation, bush tucker, traditional language and boundary divisions and Indigenous seasons. Black fella white fella Black fella white fella doesn't matter what your colour - the message is clear, We are all brothers and sisters no matter where we are from in this world.
Blossom possum: the sky is falling down-under A retelling of Henny Penny, substituting Australian animals and the bush environment. The sky is falling and Blossom Possum gathers the bushland creatures to journey beyond the black stump in search of the Prime Minister. Boat, The On a hill near a village, an old man lives with a strange collection of unwanted animals. Mutual fear and distrust keep the villagers and the old man apart until a boat appears. Bonkers about beetles Did you know that there are roughly , different species of beetles?
Beetles are superbly adapted to life in various climates across the world, wherever trees and flowers are found.
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From the mighty Goliath beetle to the beautiful iridescent scarab beetle, this captivating and stunningly illustrated guide will teach you everything you need to know about these fascinating insects. Book In a world dazzled by the latest gadgets and mesmerized by Internet videos, the humble book seems like the most ordinary thing that could be. And, perhaps it is, until you learn to look closer and closer and closer. Suddenly, you're in a world that only you can imagine. Boris Monster scared of nothing Boris is so scary and so ugly he scares himself when he catches a glimpse of himself in a mirror.
To be forced to stay in a room full of mirrors would be the worst fate he could imagine.
When Boris takes up ballet, he must face his worst fears. Boy and the toy, The A father invents the best toy in the world to keep his son company while he goes away. In the beginning, the boy also thinks that the toy is wonderful, it can do anything. But, over time, the boy starts to wonder about the toy and begins to change his mind.
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Today, though, is a good-surprise day. Bat's mum, a veterinarian, has brought home a baby skunk, which she needs to take care of until she can hand him over to a wild-animal shelter. But from the first meeting, he knows they belong together. And he's got one month to show his mum that a baby skunk might just make a pretty terrific pet.
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Boy who cried wolf, The Whenever Harry is made to do something he doesn't like, he shouts 'Wolf' and everyone runs away. This means that Harry is left to do exactly what he wants.
A retelling of a famous fable, with an unexpected ending. Bravest ever bear, The A picture book about the bravest bear, the persistent penguin, opportunistic wolf, boastful bear and sly dragon. The problem is everyone wants to tell the story their own way. Bravo Once upon a time, there was a little girl called Helena. Her life was almost perfect. Only one thing spoiled it.
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Helena's father couldn't speak normally. Everything he said came out in a roar and was way too loud. Brown dog, The The brown dog often visits Henry on rainy, grey afternoons. Usually he doesn't hang around for long. But this time the brown dog decides to stay, and Henry needs to find a way to make him leave. Brucie saves Christmas Brucie, the joey kangaroo, loves reading books and doing science reports. When a catastrophe occurs that will prevent Santa from delivering the presents, Brucie must use all his smarts to help Santa fly the ute on Christmas Eve. Bumblebee A bumblebee queen's life is a busy one.
She pollinates plants, builds wax honey-pots and lays eggs to produce future queens, male drones and the workers who make honey and defend the colony. Sadly, bumblebee numbers are in dramatic decline.
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Bush concert, The There has been a terrible drought and a multitude of Australian birds put on a gala concert to cheer themselves up. There is singing and dancing and magic tricks, but the final performance is the perfect end to a wonderful bush concert. Told in humorous rhyme. Business pig Jasper would rather draw graphs than play in the mud. Can this cutie pig find someone to adopt him who means business, too? Busy life of Ernestine Buckmeister, The Ernestine is in over her head.
From Monday through to Sunday, Ernestine's week is packed with after-school lessons. She does tuba, knitting, sculpting, water ballet, yoga, yodelling and karate. Overwhelmed and exhausted, Ernestine decides to take matters into her own hands. Butterflies in my stomach and other school hazards On his first day of school, a little boy struggles with missing his dog and the oddities of the English language.
Perhaps he really will be in a big pickle on the bus. He doesn't want to open a can of worms but it is all a bit confusing. Butterfly's circus Butterfly is no ordinary girl. On the day she is born, jealous Romola casts a wicked spell that causes little Butterfly to grow wings. She is different from all the other children, but when the future of the circus is put in danger, Butterfly finds a way to save it from closing. Camille and the sunflowers One day, a stranger arrives in Camille's town.
He has a straw hat and a yellow beard. The man turns out to be the artist Vincent van Gogh. This is an introduction to the great painter, seen through the eyes of a young boy entranced by his painting. Can a skeleton have an x-ray From the practical to the philosophical, the interesting and big questions in this book are guaranteed to fire your imagination.
Can I touch your hair? Two young children from different racial and cultural backgrounds are asked to collaborate on a set of poems. They write about lots of different subjects showing their very different perspectives on issues such as religion, identity and friendship, finally coming to some kind of understanding of each other and the world they live in. Can you whistle, Johanna Berra doesn't have a grandfather and Ulf suggests there are plenty of old men at the retirement home who would do as a grandfather.
They go there to find a grandfather, ideally one who eats pig's trotters, invites you to tea and who can teach you to whistle. Cassowary's egg, The Carla, a very bossy cassowary, leaves her partner, Calvin, to look after their egg for twenty-one days. But, the egg gets stolen and Calvin must find a way to get it back before Carla returns.
Cat Sometimes this adventurous cat is the victim and sometimes it is the victor. The story is told through the illustrations more than the words with lots of humour. A great book for reading the pictures. Cat, the dog, Little Red, the exploding eggs, the wolf and Grandma's wardrobe, The Cat starts reading to Dog, explaining that it's a story about a little girl who always wears a red cape with a hood. Dog loves stories about superheroes and wants to know her special power. When Cat advises that the little girl doesn't have any special powers and it's not that kind of a story, the fun begins.
Caterpillar, butterfly A child and her grandfather watch as a family of tiny caterpillar eggs turn into beautiful butterflies. At each stage, the story reveals their awe at the magic of what is happening. The illustrations come with notes on the scientific details. Cezanne and the apple boy Young Paul joins his father, artist Paul Cezanne, on a painting expedition in the mountains of southern France.
The artist enjoys painting portraits of his apple-cheeked son but most of his paintings are landscapes of the mountain country where they are camping. The local people think the paintings are poor and laugh at his efforts. But, a picture dealer from Paris, who happens to be in the region, believes Cezanne's paintings are wonderful. Soon, Cezanne becomes famous and wealthy. Chalk Boy Barnaby is a pavement artist.
This morning he started drawing me, Chalk Boy.
I have a head that can think, eyes that can see, ears that can hear and legs that can run.
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