An Australian ABC of Animals is a lavishly illustrated alphabet book by well-known Aboriginal artist Bronwyn Bancroft. The book is both a delightful introduction to the alphabet, and a unique exploration of Australian wildlife - some familiar, others more unusual - as seen through the eyes of an indigenous artist.
Learn the alphabet by acting out Australian animals Curl up like a koala, hop like a kangaroo, and waddle like a wombat as you act out an Australian animal for each letter of the alphabet. The book includes an alphabetical list of kids yoga poses and a parent-teacher guide. Learn something new, explore movement, and have fun together! Age group: Preschoolers ages 3-5.
Tens of thousands of years before Tutankhamen was buried in his pyramid, the Yorta-Yorta people -- one of Australia's aboriginal tribes -- told the stories in this volume beside the campfires and waterholes of the Australian desert. Here readers discover how Great Mother Snake created the world and filled it with plants and creatures, what makes Frog croak, why Kangaroo has a pouch, and just what
Lexile: AD630L. The Purple Kangaroo by Michael Ian Black. What begins as a simple request to imagine the most spectacular thing in history turns into the story of a roller-skating, bubble-blowing purple kangaroo searching for his dear friend Ernesto on the moon. Recommended by Winnie Milner.