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Let’s Explore Mountain

Authors and illustrators: Cherie Zamazing, David Shephard

Publisher: Lonely Planet

Three copies to give away

Hit the heights with Marco and Amelia as they travel to some of the world’s most incredible mountains. This sticker activity book is packed with puzzles to complete, stickers to add, pages to colour and loads of fascinating facts.

Take to the ski slopes in the Alps, tackle the tallest peak in the world, find your way through an Atlas Mountain maze, go wildlife spotting in the Rockies and lots more. Gorgeously illustrated and featuring the Lonely Planet Kids explorers – Marco and Amelia – this is the perfect gift for any curious child aged five plus. A mountain adventure awaits … let’s explore!

This is Banjo Paterson

Author: Tania McCartney

Illustrator Christina Booth

Publisher: NLA Publishing

Three copies to give away

Andrew Barton ‘Banjo’ Paterson loved to write poetry. He loved hunting and fishing and horses, too, especially a horse named Banjo. In this charming picture book, little ones can celebrate the life of a great poet, journalist, bushman and world traveller.

Join Banjo, his family, dog and neighbourhood friends, as they recount the life of Banjo Paterson with an afternoon of backyard playtime that truly typifies childhood.

Willunga Almonds Stories and Recipes

Author: Helen Bennetts

Publisher: Wakefield Press

Three copies to give away

Roasted with olive oil and thyme, coated in cinnamon and sugar, baked into frangipane, tossed through a salad, crushed into korma or just piled on a cheese board - the humble almond has endless delicious uses.

For over 4000 years almonds have been steeped in symbolism, heralded for health benefits and incorporated in ingredients lists.

For many decades the home of almonds in Australia was Willunga, where this modest kernel holds a cherished place in local cuisine and the trees’ blossom is still feted every year.

In Willunga Almonds Helen Bennetts celebrates this heritage and the almond’s versatility with recipes from dips to desserts.