Go on a fascinating nature hunt to find the camouflaged turtle, snakes, iguana, and other intriguing reptiles hiding in the brilliantly-painted pages of this book.
Once a creepy crocodile swam toward a riverbank, his eye on a very tasty brolga. When the croc invites the brolga to afternoon tea the brolgaâ€™s friends raise the alarm that itâ€™s a trap and the croc must make do with a sneaky snake treat instead!
About the Author
Peter Taylor trained in the UK as a science teacher and ecologist, and also studied calligraphy, papermaking and bookbinding at art colleges. For many years, in his Peter Taylor's Calligraphics business, he has specialised in calligraphy and books arts, card-making and scrapbooking, and teaching the skills involved ...and creating award winning wedding stationery.
In 1999 Peter gained a Diploma in Professional Children's Writing and also writes fiction for all ages. In 2008 he was appointed Coordinator of the international 'Society of Children's Book Writers and Illustrators' for Queensland, Australia and loves helping others achieve their publishing goals.
With interests ranging from 'collecting small things' and the history of books, to gardening, photography, natural history and hiking (and eating large volumes of chocolate), readers can expect books on a wide range of subjects to be published in the future.
With its crocodile-like mouth and a big claw, Suchomimus hunt fish. Neither did it miss a prey that came to the river to drink of water. Find out more about it and other interesting dinosaurs in the book.
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