With stunning images from Australian Geographic's extensive picture library and plenty of fun facts, this book is a great way to introduce the reptiles of Australia. From the snakes that slither in the bush and the turtles that swim in our rivers, to basking lizards and lurking crocodiles, find out ..
With detailed illustrations and plenty of fun facts, this book is a great way to introduce the prehistoric creatures that once roamed our planet. From impressive armoured dinosaurs and long-necked sauropods, to ancient marine reptiles and the fossils we find today, find out all about life during the..
With stunning images from Australian Geographic's extensive picture library and plenty of fun facts, this book is a great way to introduce Australia's marine world. From fascinating crustaceans and powerful marine mammals, to life on our coasts and the beautiful Great Barrier Reef, find out all abou..
Forces are acting on the world we live in and the things we do at all times. In this book, students will learn to identify contact and non-contact forces and discover how they impact the behaviour of objects. They will investigate the effect of the size of a force on speed, friction and attraction a..
Every living thing on our planet experiences a life cycle. From fertilization, to birth, through life and death, plants and animals undergo key stages of development. In this book, students explore the life cycles living things such as of insects, birds, whales and flowering plants and discover the ..
In our increasingly digital world, audiophiles know that the real recording is on vinyl. That's why sales of vinyl continue to soar. Mike Evans offers a sumptuous visual celebration of this medium's fascinating history and triumphant rebirth. From weighty 78s to feisty 45s, from eccentric EPs to leg..
Did you know that kangaroo and koala babies are both called joeys? Or which animal has a baby called a gosling? Discover the names of your favourite Australian animals and their babies with Australian Geographics baby board book...
Fire up your soldering iron, charge up that drill, and get ready to hack! From a tiny theremin to a watermelon keg, from an automatic cat feeder to a glowing mousepad, the ingenious and hilarious projects in The Big Book of Hacks are perfect for aspiring makers. And its all brought to you by the DIY..