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ALL ABOUT Modelling Australian Animals By Michael Goddard
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Highly acclaimed pastry chef and cake decorator, Michael Goddard, shares his knowledge in this must have, modelling book. Written with professional cake decorators in mind, novice modellers and... More > sugar artists have not been overlooked. In the wild and whacky world of Australian fauna, Michael demonstrates scores of animals with detailed instructions and hundreds of step by step photographs. As each of the whimsical projects come to life, every creature gives a glimpse into Michael’s wonderful sense of humour, allowing the reader many happy, fun-filled hours.< Less
A New Holland Miscellany By Giles Watson
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Illustrated with pictures from late eighteenth and early nineteenth century natural history books, A New Holland Miscellany is a series of poetic monologues which narrate encounters between colonial... More > settlers and the Australian flora and fauna. A host of voices - explorers, scientists, artists, convicts, physicians, soldiers, escapees and free settlers - are brought to life with energy, pathos and humour.< Less
Just Being George By Anna Trundle
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George the goanna is causing all sorts of trouble today, but it's not his fault - he's just being George! Discover a day in the life of George the goanna. Rescued from the Australian bushland as a... More > tiny lizard, George has grown up to be quite a handful! He's hungry, messy, muddy and clumsy - is George just too much of a goanna for his family to keep as a pet? A heartwarming story that helps children recognise the difficulties of keeping a wild animal as a household pet. Just Being George is a children's picture book for young readers with 30 pages of full-color illustrations and is author and illustrator Anna Trundle's first children's book. Click on the "Preview this book" link above to see the first few pages of Just Being George.< Less
The Endeavour Journal of Sir Joseph Banks By Sir Joseph Banks
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A Glimpse of Nature By Lesley Smitheringale
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A photographic journal of Australian flora and fauna by artist and photographer Lesley Smitheringale. This full-colour book showcases over a hundred of Lesley's stunning photographs of the wildlife... More > in and around her garden. A perfect gift for the nature lover or as a souvenir of Australia.< Less
Tondoon Botanic Gardens - 2018 Wall Calendar By Teale Britstra
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A 2018 wall calendar featuring a selection of beautiful, full-colour images from the Tondoon Botanic Gardens. Tondoon Botanic Gardens is located in Gladstone, Queensland, and contains around one... More > thousand six hundred species of Australian native plants from the local region and Queensland more generally. It particularly focuses on those plants from dry and wet rainforest environments. The calendar is printed on heavy weight 270gsm card and is spiral bound. There is also a hole at the top of each page for easy hanging. There is one month to each page, and each features images of Australian native flora or fauna that were taken within the grounds of Tondoon Botanic Gardens. All images are Copyright ©Teale Britstra/Macrokosm.com Calendars printed on demand and shipped by Lulu.com. To see more images of Australian wildlife, head to www.macrokosm.com. Prints, downloads, and image licensing also available.< Less
Willy Wagtail grows up By Peter Sheehan
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A children's picture book full of delightful illustrations. Willy Wagtail talks about breaking out of his egg, opening his eyes, needing to eat, learning to fly, hunting for food, being hunted by a... More > cat and making friends. There are numerous animals in the illustrations to talk about with young readers; the pelican, the sparrow, the wren, the insects in the grass and kangaroos in the background. WILLY WAGTAIL GROWS UP is set on the same farm where the book DAISY THE MOO COW is set. Children will delight in finding Willy and Daisy in both books.< Less
Walking The Equator Dream By Joyce Chng
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Walking The Equator Dream is not original in a sense that there are other animal cards (Australian, Celtic/Druidic, North American/Native American and South American) already in the market. What it... More > is original for is perhaps the emphasis on the awareness of the fauna found in Singapore and her surrounding countries who also share similar environments and in turn, animal types.< Less
Bougainville Blue By Brian F Darcey
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What is Bougainville Blue about? It’s about Bougainville. It’s about a ‘blue’ – Australian slang for a fight. It’s about the beauty of Bougainville and its flora... More > and fauna. It’s about the destruction which is a byproduct of ‘modernisation’. It’s a novel but, it also will enlighten the reader about the true happenings regarding the Panguna Mine. It was closed by a ragtag militia bent on reclaiming their land. There was a mine. Someone got some guns. The rest is history. The author lived in Bougainville for 15 years and saw the Bougainville Revolutionary Army come into being. He observed the rise and fall of Australian rule in Bougainville. He watched the ‘blue’ take place.< Less
Phantoms of the Bush - Historical Yowie Encounters of Pioneer Australia. By Rex & Heather Gilroy
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Our books on the subject are, like those we have published on Cryptozoology, concerned with presenting a common-sense scientific approach in which the study of the anatomy and physiology of... More > Australian relict hominins takes preference over commonplace sightings claims. This, our latest book on Australia’s relict hominins, is concerned with encounters of our pioneer settlers with these mystery beings. These accounts reveal that, unlike today’s sceptical scientific community, and laypeople who scoff at present-day sightings claims from the comfort of their armchairs, our early pioneers, living as they did amid the dense Australian scrubland, accepted encounters with mystery creatures, including “hairy people”, as members of the then still being listed Australian native animal and primitive human fauna. While this book will not delve into present-day encounters, the authors can assure you, the reader, that THEY are “still out there” !< Less