From big, hairy spiders and intricate, delicate spiders, to pointy fangs and sticky webswelcome to the world of Australia's creepy crawly spiders! With fast facts, full-colour illustrations and images from Australian Geographic's image library, this book has everything you need to know about spiders..
It's not only humans who can build incredible structures: around the world, mammals, birds, and insects can be found building incredible things. From biggest beaver dams to tinniest caddisfly cases, this beautifully illustrated picture book explores each one and uncovers the reasons why they built. ..
The sea is full of life. Some creatures are very small and some are very big. Every sea creature hunts for food and tries to protect itself from enemies. Find out how they do this. Children will love this cute discovery journey through the ocean, meeting different types of animals that live there. S..
Have you seen the full moon? What about the crescent moon? The moon rises every evening but its shape seems to change little by little, every night. What is the real shape of the moon? Do you want to find out? Learn about the lunar cycle and learn the real shape of the moon with this cutely illustra..
Step back in time to discover how crocodiles were once warm-blooded and how snakes had legs and burrowed underground. Meet terrifying giant birds, and tiny elephants living on islands. From the moment life crawled out of the oceans and onto land, to when our primate ancestors climbed down from the t..
When humans have a baby, they devote all their love, care, and attention to them. But how does it work in the animal world? Are animals also diligent parents? Surprisingly, parenthood in the animal kingdom is very diverse. You can find parents who share the child-rearing duties equally and hand down..
Why do animals of the desert have big ears and light-coloured coats? Penguins are surrounded by ice and snow, so why aren't they cold? Can animals live at the bottom of steep mountains? Of course they can! Nature has arranged for every creature to adapt as well as possible to its natural surrounding..
There's no shortage of stories these days about the impact humans have had on the planet. There's plastic in our oceans and rubbish in our streets. More and more animals and plants are declared vulnerable, threatened or endangered every year and extinctions are occuring at a rate not experienced sin..
The sun pours out light upon planet Earth, to bring mornings and four seasons to us. The sun is the life giver for all things in the world. Let's read about this in The Festival of the Sun. Includes questions and an activity...
With 110 reusable animal stickers ready to be placed, you'll be searching the lightless world of a Pacific Ocean abyss to find the perfect home for a spider crab, or discovering just how high up into the rainforest canopy howler monkeys might climb. You'll find out where fennec foxes go to stay cool..