From the bestselling and award-winning creator of A is for Australia and A is for Australian Animals comes a new narrative nonfiction picture book, which explores Australia after dark.
Night-time in Australia, animals are waking, people are exploring, discoveries are being made – under the Southern Cross.
What makes ribbons of colour swirl in the sky? What are the spooky balls of light that bounce across the outback? What animal lays eggs that look like squishy ping-pong balls? Where can you watch a movie with bats circling overhead?
Discover the answers to these questions and more in this factastic picture book tour of Australia after dark.
Book features :
- Frane Lessac is an internationally bestselling and award-winning picture book author-illustrator.
- Companion to A is for Australia (2015) and A is for Australian Animals (2017).
- Each spread has a short lyrical verse about the location, as well as a few additional factoids. The end matter will include a map showing all locations.
About the Author
Frané Lessac is an author and illustrator of international renown, having over forty children’s books published throughout the world. She was born in the USA and lived on the Caribbean island of Montserrat and London before moving to Australia. Frané has contributed her distinctive paintings to many critically acclaimed children’s picture books, including My Little Island, a Reading Rainbow feature book.
Also, On the Same Day in March was named a Top Ten Science Books by ALA Booklist. Frané’s contribution to Amnesty International’s We Are All Born Free, celebrating the Universal Declaration of Human Rights, has been translated into more than 30 languages and was a USBBY Outstanding International Book.
Number Of Pages: 32
For Ages: 5 - 8 years old