The Little Explorer's Guide to Australian National Parks
Outdoor activities and experiences for adventurous kids
|By||Chloe Butterfield and Deborah Bianchetto|
|Format||Paperback / softback|
|Book Size||280 x 210 x 0 mm (H x W x D)|
|Imprint||Reed New Holland|
|Release Date||20 Dec 2023|
|Subject Classification||Picture books, activity books & early learning material / Interactive & activity books & packs|
The perfect book for all young wildlife enthusiasts. Explore the best wild places that Australia has to offer, from rainforests and reefs to high mountains and deserts. Get outside into nature where adventure awaits. Australia is home to 230 types of frogs, 386 mammals, 917 reptiles, 828 birds, 5,000 fish and we haven’t even finished counting all the invertebrates yet! Are you ready?
Filled with true-to-life illustrations, geographical maps, heaps of activities, and animal facts around every corner, this book is your new best companion when you begin your journey into the wild and into your new self.
Both fun and educational, the book focuses on 18 of the best national parks around Australia: Daintree, Whitsunday Islands, K’Gari, Blue Mountains, Kosciuszko, Mungo, Wilsons Promontory, Freycinet, Cradle Mountain, Great Otway, Grampians, Flinders Chase, Ikara Flinders Ranges, Walpole Nornalup, Cape Range, Purnululu, Uluru-Kata Tjuta and Kakadu. It is packed with information on the most interesting animals to whet your appetite, plus quizzes, puzzles and activities, and ranger tips to help you make the most of your visits.
Chloe Butterfield is an environmental scientist and environmental education officer based in Brisbane, who for the past decade has been sharing her knowledge of Australian wildlife with a huge range of people.
Deborah Bianchetto is an excellent artist and a keen wildlife enthusiast. She divides her time between Australia and Sweden.