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SHORTLISTED, 2018 SPEECH PATHOLOGY AUSTRALIA BOOK OF THE YEAR AWARDS, BIRTH TO THREE YEARS
LONGLISTED, 2018 AUSTRALIAN BOOK INDUSTRY AWARDS, SMALL PUBLISHERS' CHILDREN'S BOOK OF THE YEAR
NOTABLE, 2018 CHILDREN’S BOOK COUNCIL OF AUSTRALIA BOOK OF THE YEAR AWARDS, EARLY CHILDHOOD
This delightful book for early childhood will enthral young children and their older readers. The vibrant illustrations are accompanied by a soft lyrical text and together they introduce some of the diverse native and exotic animals to be found in Australian zoos. A ‘surprised lion’, ‘pacing jaguar’, ‘grinning gorilla’, ‘devoted elephant’ and a ‘queenly cassowary’ are just some of the featured zoo animals that will tug at the heartstrings in this fabulous animal parade.
First release of the ‘Young Art’ Board Book series that showcases young Indigenous artists.
"This stunning board book shines with quirk and colour as we're introduced to some of the more unusual native and exotic animals you'll find in Australia's zoos."
Kid's Book Review
"A great little book for sharing with children who are learning what a book is and what an experience with a book might be like."
CBCA Reading Time
Magabala Books is Australia's oldest independent Indigenous publishing house. Based in the pearling town of Broome in the far north of Western Australia, Magabala Books is one of the most remote publishing houses in the world.
Magabala Books has commissioned...
Joshua Button is descended from the Walmajarri people of the East Kimberley. As a young boy growing up in the far north of Western Australia, Joshua spent many weekends fishing and crabbing in the mangroves with his family. His keen interest...
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