Animal eyes 

In this engaging book, beginning readers will have fun figuring out which eyes belong to which animals.

Animal eyes has colourful photographs and simple text to help build reader confidence.

The animals featured are: crab, chameleon, corella, spider, butterflyfish, owl, frog, bobcat, wren, dragonfly, buzzard and tarsier.

Animal eyes is Book 6 in the Animal readers series. The Animal readers series is ideal for 2 to 7 year olds who are curious about animals and want to learn more about them.

Animal eyes

Animal eyes

There are lots of eyes in this book!

Can you figure out who they belong to?

Come on, let’s get started!

Just turn the page …

 

My eyes are on stalks.

 I am a …

crab. 

 

My eyes can look in different directions!

I am a …

chameleon.

Would you like to look at some more animal eyes?

Animal eyes

Animal tails 

In this engaging book, beginning readers will have fun figuring out which tails belong to which animals.

Animal tails has colourful photographs and simple text to help build reader confidence.

The animals featured are: dog, scorpion, lizard, seahorse, lemur, horse, rattlesnake, spider monkey, whale, peacock, gecko and fish.

Animal tails is Book 5 in the Animal readers series. The Animal readers series is ideal for 2 to 7 year olds who are curious about animals and want to learn more about them.

Animal tails

Animal tails

 There are lots of tails in this book!

Can you figure out who they belong to?

Come on, let’s get started!

Just turn the page …

 

I wag my tail when I am happy.

 I am a …

dog.

 

I have a sting on my tail. Ouch!

I am a …

scorpion.

 

Would you like to see some more animal tails?

Animal tails

 

Animal tongues 

In this engaging book, beginning readers will have fun figuring out which tongues belong to which animals.

Animal tongues has colourful photographs and simple text to help build reader confidence.

The animals featured are: cat, gecko, dog, cow, cockatoo, lizard, chameleon, lioness, frog, snake, bear and giraffe.

Animal tongues is Book 4 in the Animal readers series. The Animal readers series is ideal for 2 to 7 year olds who are curious about animals and want to learn more about them.

Animal tongues

Animal tongues

There are lots of tongues in this book!

Can you figure out who they belong to?

Come on, let’s get started!

Just turn the page …

 

I lick my lips with my tongue.

I am a …

cat.

 

I can lick my eyes. Gross! 

I am a …

gecko.

 

Do you want to see some more animal tongues?

Animal tongues 

 

Australian parrots

 

When we see a parrot, we stop, draw in a breath, and marvel at its beauty.

Parrots fascinate people. Is it just because they are beautiful? Or is it also because they are playful? Or maybe it’s because they are clever. After all, who can resist a bird that can talk!

Australian parrots is the perfect introduction to this fascinating group of birds. It provides basic information on where they live, what they look like, what they eat and how they breed. It features colour photographs that give young readers an eyewitness view of the behaviour of true parrots and cockatoos.

Australian parrots is ideal for 6 to 12 year olds who are interested in parrots and want to learn more about them.

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Parrots

Parrots are colourful, and clever

A Long-billed Corella is an awesome sight.

… and stunningly beautiful.

A Scaly-breasted Lorikeet has glossy green feathers.

So what are parrots?

Parrots are birds that are brilliantly coloured. A parrot has a strong curved beak. It also has two toes facing forwards and two toes facing backwards on each foot.

An Eastern Rosella has brilliant red, yellow green and blue feathers.

Parrots are active during the day and sleep at night.

This female Red-rumped Parrot is looking for food during the day.

Australian daytime birds of prey 

When we see a bird of prey, we stop, draw in a breath, and watch, spellbound.
 
Birds of prey have an aura about them. Is it because of their piercing eyes? Their hooked beak? Or their razor-sharp talons? Is it because they can soar to great heights and fly at astonishing speeds? Or is it because they are terrifyingly efficient hunters?
 
Australian daytime birds of prey is the perfect introduction to this fascinating group of birds. It provides basic information on where they live, what they look like, what they eat and how they breed. It features colour photographs that give young readers an eyewitness view of the behaviour of eagles, falcons, hawks and kites.
 
Australian daytime birds of prey is ideal for 6 to 12 year olds who are interested in birds of prey and want to learn more about them.
 
 
Birds of prey
 
Birds of prey are magnificent, and majestic

A young White-bellied Sea-Eagle in flight is an awesome sight.

… and breathtakingly beautiful.

The Black-shouldered Kite has soft snow-white feathers.

So what are birds of prey?

Birds of prey are birds that hunt and eat other animals. These other animals are known as prey. Birds of prey catch, kill and carry prey with their claws, which are called talons.

This juvenile White-bellied Sea-Eagle is carrying prey.

Daytime birds of prey are active during the day and sleep at night. Nocturnal birds of prey, such as owls, are active during the night. They rest during the day.

The Nankeen Kestrel is a daytime bird of prey because it hunts during the day.