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The Butterfly Garden

Author: Michael Torres
Illustrator: Fern Martins
Publisher: Magabala Books

Three copies to give away

The Butterfly Garden is an entertaining introduction to the life cycle of a butterfly – played out by a fat caterpillar, a hungry kookaburra and a supporting cast of beautiful butterflies. Spare and simple, The Butterfly Garden also weaves in the idea of how the kookaburra may have got its laugh. Fern Martin’s illustrations are a mix of strong colour and transulcent beauty. Her stained glass interpretations of the cocoon at its various stages show its ephemeral quality in a joyful and fluid way

Trouble in the Surf

Author: Stephanie Owen Reeder
Illustrator: Briony Stewart
Publisher: NLA publishing

Three copies to give away

It’s a hot summer’s day in Sydney Town, and nine year old cousins Charlie Smith and Rupert Swallow can’t wait to dive into the surf at Bondi Beach. But the beach can be a dangerous place. Out past the breakers, where the seagulls swoop and soar, lurks a strong rip that can drag unsuspecting swimmers out to sea. Travel back in time to January 1907, and join Charlie and Rupert on a true life, heart stopping seaside adventure.

How Airports Work

Author: Clive Clifford
Illustrator: James Gulliver Hancock
Publisher: Lonely Planet Publishing

Three copies to give away

Where does luggage go after check in? What happens in the control tower? How do planes actually fly? This interactive, lift the flap book takes you behind the scenes to uncover the hidden secrets of the airport – from a peek inside the cockpit to the hustle and bustle of departures. Explore the earliest airports through to today’s giant transport hubs and what airports could look like in the future. Packed with amazing facts and illustrations from James Gulliver Hancock, it’ll surprise and delight readers young and old, ensuring they never look at air travel in the same way again.