Native Plants of Northern Australia

Native Plants of Northern Australia

A Field Guide to Reptiles of Queensland

A Field Guide to Reptiles of Queensland

A First Book of Australian Frog Sounds

$27.99
ISBN
9781925546767

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By Fred Van Gessel & Gerry Swan
Format Board book
Page Extent 24
Book Size 152 x 195 x 16 mm (H x W x D)
Imprint Reed New Holland
Release Date 28 Feb 2022
Subject Classification Picture books, activity books & early learning material / Interactive & activity books & packs / Novelty, toy & die-cut books / Sound story, noisy books, musical books

Australia is fortunate to be a world centre for frog biodiversity, and it doesn’t matter whether you’re five years old or eighty-five – it’s never too late to get to know Australia’s wildlife, and learning the calls that are unique to each species will open your eyes to a whole new world that lives all around us. This beautifully illustrated sound guide is the ideal way to introduce both children and adults, and especially families, to our wonderful frogs.

Each of the 12 species covered – Green Tree Frog, Eastern Dwarf Sedge Frog, Peron’s Tree Frog, Southern Bell Frog, Red Tree Frog, South-eastern Banjo Frog, Striped Marsh Frog, Spotted Marsh Frog, Sudell’s Frog, Ornate Burrowing Frog, Common Eastern Froglet and Cane Toad – has a short description explaining some fascinating facts about that animal, plus a handful of stunning colour photos. Then uniquely, and separating this title from other wildlife sound books, the reader can then press the relevant button on the panel on the side of the book and a burst of the frog’s sound will be played via the built- in speaker.

The book is great fun for all the family and perfect for helping to foster an interest in the amazing wildlife that lives around us. It will appeal to anyone, young or old, who enjoys the natural world and listening to the songs and calls of our wild creatures.

 

WARNING!
This product contains button cell batteries (LR44) which are dangerous. If swallowed consult a doctor immediately. Different types of batteries (ie: alkaline or zinc) or new and used batteries are not to be mixed. Batteries are to be inserted with the correct polarity. Exhausted batteries are to be removed from the product. Batteries should never be left in the product when not in use for long periods of time. This product contains batteries and electronics that may be harmful to the environment; they should not be discarded with normal household waste but taken to your local collection centre for recycling. ADULT ASSEMBLY REQUIRED Battery removal and installation instructions: With a screwdriver, remove the battery compartment fixing screw and slide out. Insert new button cell batteries (2 x LR44) as shown in the polarity diagram (+/+) on the battery compartment cover. Replace the battery compartment cover, replace and tighten the fixing screw. Small components may present a choking hazard.