Science, Art and Shorebirds with Milly Formby and Jackie Kerin
When science meets art, awesome things are sure to happen. Jackie Kerin and Milly Formby have joined creative forces to produce A Shorebird Flying Adventure – you’ll discover just how amazing migratory shorebirds really are!
Voyaging with Humpbacks: A whale of a tale with Vanessa Pirotta
Dr Vanessa Pirotta, wildlife researcher and passionate science communicator, shares with us why she loves whales and what inspired her to write her first children's picture book, The Voyage of Whale and Calf.
The Most Disgusting Quiz
How well do you know animals? Do you know just how revolting they can be? Test your poo-IQ with facts from our book, Poo, Spew and Other Gross Things Animals Do!
How Full is Choc-full? A delicious activity from Puzzles and Projects
Make yummy rocky road chocolate while learning about packing density maths in this delicious hands-on activity from Puzzles and Projects.
Science That Will Blow Your Mind!
Consider yourself a science buff? We love science trivia, so we've created this fun quiz to test your knowledge!
Writing About Nature: Meet Julie Murphy
Former zookeeper and now children's book author, Julie Murphy, is perfectly placed to tell the story of the mountain pygmy-possum and its relationship with bogong moths. Find out what inspires her and how she approaches writing.
Science Illustrated: Q&A with Ben Clifford
Ben Clifford is the artist behind the incredibly realistic illustrations in Tiny Possum and the Migrating Moths, a story about the critically endangered mountain pygmy-possum. Ben told us about the origin of and inspiration for his art.
National Threatened Species Day: Stories to share
National Threatened Species Day is a time to reflect on and celebrate our unique native flora and fauna. We believe that encouraging children to learn and care about these species is fundamental to protecting them into the future.
Science Illustrated: Q&A with Alicia Rogerson
Alicia Rogerson is the illustrator of One Potoroo: A Story of Survival which is a tale of the world’s most endangered marsupial, the Gilbert’s potoroo. We talk to her about her artistic process and ask for advice for aspiring illustrators.