$308.00 inc. GST
It’s a big, beautiful world out there, and we want young children to say “Hello”! Big, colourful photographs show off animals to their best advantage. Whether they can only take in the pictures while a grown-up reads to them or can make their way on their own through the simple text, early readers will have fun saying "Hello!" to a different animal with each turn of the page. As they go, they will begin to build a love and respect for the world around them. At the back of the book are basic facts about each pictured animal to help answer their questions.
Titles in the series:
- Backyard Animals -
This title displays some of the animals that climb, crawl, dig, fly, hop, or prance into backyards around the world. These are animals children are likely to encounter, including the possum and the worm.
- Colourful Animals -
This title displays some of the many kinds of colourful animals that live throughout the world, including the blue-ringed octopus and the peacock spider.
- Desert Animals -
This title displays some of the many kinds of animals that live in deserts around the world, including the camel.
- Farm Animals -
This book displays some of the friendly faces on common farm animals, including the Holstein cow and the Corriedale sheep.
- Feathered Animals -
This title displays some of the wondrous feathered animals that fly, sing, swim, or waddle throughout the world, including the cockatoo, the emu and the takahe.
- Furry Animals -
This title displays some furry animals that hop, crawl, or swim all over the world, including the kangaroo. Some of these animals are becoming extinct as they lose their habitats.
- Pet Animals -
This title displays some of the wonderful pet animals that are companions to many people.
- Six-Legged Animals -
This title displays some of the insects that live all over the world, including the cicada. Many people think insects are pests, but they are an integral part of functioning ecosystems.
- Water Animals -
This title displays some of the spectacular animals that dive, splash, or paddle through the world's oceans, lakes, and rivers, including the dolphin and the great white shark. Bodies of water are frequently polluted, which endangers the animals that live within them.
- Zoo Animals -
This title displays some of the unique animals you may see crawling, climbing, flying or swinging in a zoo, including the white rhinoceros, the Siberian tiger, the kookaburra and the koala. Zoos often help care for endangered and vulnerable species.
NSW Premier's Reading Challenge
Pages: 32 each
- Teach children how to read while introducing basic factual concepts about animals.
- Engage pre-readers and beginning readers with large, colourful photographs.
- Build confidence in readers by using each title as a read-to-me picture book or as a first read-on-my-own book.
- Each title teaches children about a specific animal group and where they can be found.