Australian Geographic Discover: Aussie Reptiles
Australia is home to more than 860 different reptile species! Discover the fascinating world of snakes, lizards, turtles and crocodiles.
With stunning images from Australian Geographic's extensive picture library and plenty of fun facts, this book is a great way to introduce the reptiles of Australia. From the snakes that slither in the bush and the turtles that swim in our rivers, to basking lizards and lurking crocodiles, find out all about Australia's reptiles.
* Great for guided reading and newly independent readers
* Connects with the Australian Curriculum for science and geography
* Introduces students to a uniquely Australian understanding of the world around us
See 12 other books in the series: Discover: Animal Homes, Discover: Minibeasts, Discover: Life Cycles, Discover: Our Australia, Discover: Our Oceans, Discover: Outer Space, Discover: Aussie Birds, Discover Sea Life, Discover: Mega Dinosaurs, Discover: Aussie Reptiles, Discover: Glowing Animals, Discover: Animal Mimics and Discover: Rocks and Fossils.
For ages 5-8 years
Paperback, 240 x 215 mm
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