Koala

Koala

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A Nature Storybook about the irresistible koala, from two award-winning picture-book makers.

It is time for Little Koala to leave the protection of his mother. But many challenges and dangers lie ahead as he searches for a eucalyptus tree of his own and learns to be independent. The main text is accompanied by informative captions about the life cycle, behaviour and diet of these fascinating creatures - including the fact that they sleep up to 18 hours a day! Written by award-winning nonfiction picture book specialist Claire Saxby, and stunningly illustrated by the much celebrated Julie Vivas, one of Australia's premier illustrators.
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Product details

  • Paperback | 32 pages
  • 232 x 250 x 4mm | 175g
  • London, United Kingdom
  • English
  • 140639081X
  • 9781406390810
  • 20,059

About Claire Saxby

Claire Saxby is an award-winning and best-selling picture book author Her two previous Nature Storybooks, Big Red Kangaroo (2013) and Emu (2014) both illustrated by Graham Byrne have won numerous awards in Australia. Big Red Kangaroo was a 2014 CBCA Notable Book, and won the CBCA Crichton Award for illustration, and Emu was short-listed for 2015 CBCA Eve Pownall Award and won the Environment Award for Children's Literature. Claire lives in Melbourne, where she works part-time in a bookshop.

Julie Vivas is one of Australia's most loved and popular picture book illustrators. Her first picture book, The Tram to Bondi Beach (written by Libby Hathorn), was Highly Commended in the 1982 Children's Book Council of Australia (CBCA) Picture Book of the Year Awards. However it is for her illustrations in the beloved Australian classic Possum Magic, written by Mem Fox, that she has become most well known. This book was Highly Commended at the 1984 CBCA Picture Book of the Year Awards. In 1990 The Very Best of Friends, Julie's first picture book with Margaret Wild, won this particular award. In 1992 she was awarded the Dromkeen Medal for her significant contribution to Australian children's literature.
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