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              We Are Explorers: Extraordinary women who discovered the world
               

              We Are Explorers: Extraordinary women who discovered the world (Hardback)

              By Herbert, Kari

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              Join fourteen incredible female explorers on their journeys around the world, and learn about the life-changing discoveries they made against all odds.

              ISBN 9780500652398
              Released NZ 4 Mar 2021
              Publisher Thames and Hudson (Australia)
              Interest Age 9-11 years
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              Why can't horses burp?

              Why can't horses burp? (Hardback)

              Illustrated by Snowden-Fine, Lily; By Crumpton, Nick

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              Beautiful show ponies, athletic race horses and nomadic desert horses all get their chance in the limelight in this charming introduction to our equine companions, which includes advice on grooming and care.

              ISBN 9780500652305
              Released NZ 18 Mar 2021
              Publisher Thames and Hudson (Australia)
              Interest Age 5-8 years
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              How to be an Art Rebel
               

              How to be an Art Rebel (Hardback)

              By Street, Ben; Illustrated by Wright, Jay Daniel

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              • Pub Date
                22 Apr 21

              An anarchic introduction to art for young rebels everywhere.

              ISBN 9780500651643
              Released NZ 22 Apr 2021
              Publisher Thames and Hudson (Australia)
              Interest Age 7-9 years
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              This Small Blue Dot

              This Small Blue Dot (Hardback)

              By Sworder, Zeno

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              A young girl introduces the newest member of her family to the small wonders, big lessons and other important stuff that makes being a child so special.

              ISBN 9781760761110
              Published NZ 1 Sep 2020
              Publisher Thames and Hudson (Australia)
              Interest Age 2-6 years
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              A Room of Her Own: Inside the Homes and Lives of Creative Women

              A Room of Her Own: Inside the Homes and Lives of Creative Women (Hardback)

              By Lea, Robyn

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              Equal parts biography, interior design study and psychological profile, A Room of Her Own takes us on a private tour across the world into the personal and professional domains of twenty extraordinary women.

              ISBN 9781760760397
              Published NZ 30 Mar 2021
              Publisher Thames and Hudson (Australia)
              Interest Age 16+ years
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              The Garden State: Inside Victoria's Private Gardens

              The Garden State: Inside Victoria's Private Gardens (Hardback)

              By Allen, Richard; Photographs by Baker, Kimbal

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              Victoria's rich soil, mostly cool climate (apart from mid-summer heatwaves) and - in many places - nourishing volcanic soil mean that with passion, patience, imagination and commitment, amazing gardens can be built and maintained. The Garden State includes stately old wonders lik...e the magnificent Macarthur Street Garden at the foot of the Grampians in Dunkeld or the rambling gardens of Mount Macedon, with 120-year-old trees, grand houses and moss-covered paths. But there are also plenty of newer, innovative and exciting gardens that have been built up over the last 20 years. In Mildura, for example, an eccentric desert garden appears like an oasis in the landscape. While in the Dandenongs, a miniature garden displays a collection of rare alpine flowers from around the world and deep in the Barabool Hills, a Sean Godsell house becomes a seamless part of the dry-garden planting. Chapters cover a range of garden types, including Rural Estates, Hill Stations, Climate Conscious gardens, Coastal Retreats and Old Curiosities, and cover the history of each garden, how it works within the landscape and what measures have been taken to adjust to or cope with environmental conditions. Photographed across all four seasons, The Garden State showcases the finest private gardens of Victoria from all angles, highlighting the diversity of each region.
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              ISBN 9781760760861
              Published NZ 8 Dec 2020
              Publisher Thames and Hudson (Australia)
              Interest Age General Audience
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              The Secret Life of Whales
               

              The Secret Life of Whales (Hardback)

              By Ortega, Rena

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              • Pub Date
                22 Jun 21

              Meet some of the ocean's most incredible creatures in this beautifully illustrated and expansive exploration of whales.

              ISBN 9780500652671
              Released NZ 22 Jun 2021
              Publisher Thames and Hudson (Australia)
              Interest Age Children
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              Why Do Tigers Have Whiskers?: And Other Cool Things About Animals
               

              Why Do Tigers Have Whiskers?: And Other Cool Things About Animals (Hardback)

              By The Conversation; Edited by Creagh, Sunanda; Illustrated by Celeste, Clare

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                27 Apr 21

              'A beautifully illustrated resource for parents and children alike, bringing the wonder of science to kids. It's not the answer that gets you the Nobel Prize, it's the question!' - Dr Karl Kruszelnicki Do sharks sneeze? Do butterflies remember being caterpillars? Why don't cats w...ear shoes? Children have an insatiable curiosity for the world around them, and life can be an endless source of fascination for young minds. But do you have all the answers? And are they actually correct? Maybe you need to ask an expert ... Adapted from The Conversation's highly successful Curious Kids online column, Why Do Tigers Have Whiskers? is the first book in a series exploring some of life's most pressing questions, submitted by children and answered by leading experts in each field. 'After editing Curious Kids for The Conversation for so many years, I've developed a deep respect for how children see the world in ways adults cannot,' says series editor Sunanda Creagh. 'I love their unalloyed awe at the world and brilliant inability to worry about looking silly by asking questions that range from the blindingly simple to the deeply weird. And in every answer we publish on The Conversation - each penned by an academic expert in their field - there is always something for adults to learn, too.' In this first book on animals, venture into the jungle to discover why tigers need whiskers, dig deep with echidnas to find out how they breathe underground, and shimmy up a tree with your pet cat to learn how it uses its claws. Future books will cover such topics as the ocean, outer space, the human body and language. Aimed at kids aged 4-7, the series asks the big questions about the world as only a child could, with factual explanations that break down the fundamentals and check our assumptions. A glossary helps young readers learn more complex terms, and immersive collages illustrate each answer, with layers of stuff to marvel at and identify. Learn the why, the how and the wow! as you explo
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              ISBN 9781760760915
              Published NZ 27 Apr 2021
              Publisher Thames and Hudson (Australia)
              Interest Age Children
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              Out to Sea

              Out to Sea (Hardback)

              By Kellock, Helen

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              A charming and sensitively written story about learning to cope with anxiety and grief featuring the beautiful illustrations of award-winning artist Hellen Kellock.

              ISBN 9780500652367
              Released NZ 1 Apr 2021
              Publisher Thames and Hudson (Australia)
              Interest Age 3-5 years
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              The Secret Life of Stars: Astrophysics for Everyone

              The Secret Life of Stars: Astrophysics for Everyone (Hardback)

              By Harvey-Smith, Lisa; Illustrated by Chapman, Eirian

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              'Astrophysics made fun!' Pam Melroy, former astronaut and space shuttle commander 'The most enjoyable stroll through the cosmos' Gerry Griffin, former flight director, Apollo Mission Control We all know the Sun, the powerhouse of our solar system, but what about Luyten's Flare, t...he Rosino-Zwicky Object or Chanal's variable star? For those whose curiosity takes them far beyond Earth's atmosphere, The Secret Life of Stars offers a personal and readily understood introduction to some of the Galaxy's most remarkable stars. Each chapter connects us to the various different and unusual stars and their amazing characteristics and attributes, from pulsars, blue stragglers and white dwarfs to cannibal stars and explosive supernovae. With chapter illustrations by Eirian Chapman, this book brings to life the remarkable personalities of these stars, reminding readers what a diverse and unpredictable universe we live in and how fortunate we are to live around a stable star, our Sun.
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              ISBN 9781760761226
              Published NZ 29 Sep 2020
              Publisher Thames and Hudson (Australia)
              Interest Age General Audience
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