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An A-Z of Australian Bush Creatures

Myke Mollard



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01 October 2021
This unique A-Z book truly captures the range and diversity of our unique and wondrous Australian wildlife. Exploring common names, aboriginal names, Latin names and from every corner of Australia, the book includes over 400 native animals, from sea creatures and insects, to amphibians, reptiles, birds and mammals. The book highlights the endangered, sometimes the extinct and the rare beauty of Australia and its islands and territories. Fully indexed, this book invites and engages kids (and kid-adults) of all ages to find, discover and learn all the animal names and compare their different types. Originally assisted by leading biologists, author Myke has ensured the illustrations are anatomically correct as well as vibrant and enchanting. As a bonus, you can find one human in the book doing what Myke loves best as a recreational pursuit.
Imprint:   Woodslane
Country of Publication:   Australia
ISBN:   9781925868685
ISBN 10:   1925868680
Pages:   48
Publication Date:  
Audience:   Children/juvenile ,  English as a second language
Format:   Hardback
Publisher's Status:   Active

Myke Mollard is a children's educator, illustrator, author and designer - just some of his creative talents. He began his career in graphic design, branding management and producing commercials for TV. He later found outlets for his passion for educating kids about the world around them, both in person in classroom and online settings, and via his books which he fully writes and illustrates himself. One of his first books, in 2008, was the best-selling A-Z of Australian Bush Creatures which sold 85,000 copies in the early 2010s. He is also the author of On a Monsters Doorstep which completely sold out its 10,000-copy hardback run.

Reviews for An A-Z of Australian Bush Creatures

* Mollard, children's educator, illustrator, author and designer, applies a stroke of genius with a map! It's his way of orientating readers to where things are. An opportunity to teach children that Australia isn't just one island. It has territories, islands and is part of the Antarctica treaty - Public Sector News online. * This is a vivid way to discover and learn about animals - Public Sector News Online.

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