Category: National Science Week
Ada and the Galaxies by Alan lightman and Olga Pastuchiv. Illustrated by Susanna Chapman.
Aussie STEM Stars by Wild Dingo Press. Munjed Al Muderis: From refugee to surgical inventor. Story told by Diane Wolfer.
Melody Finch by Ian Boyd and Gary Luck
Hold on! Saving the Spotted Handfish by Gina M Newton and Rachel Tribout. Published by CSIRO
The Forest in the tree: How fungi shape the earth by Ailsa Wild, Aviva Reed, Briony Barr and Gregory Crocetti
I ate sunshine for breakfast. A celebration of plants around the world by Michael Holland FLS & Philip Giordano
Dry to Dry by Pamela Freeman and Liz Anelli
I heart pluto. Words by Chris Ferrie and Helen Maynard-Casely, illustrated by Lizzy Doyle.
Sir Isaac Newton: Scientists who changed the world by Anita Croy
Scientists who changed the world: Rachel Carson
For the wild – links to great books and actions.
Windcatcher: The migration of the short-tailed shearwater. By Diane Jackson Hill and Craig Smith
Nema and the Xenos. A story of soil Cycles by Ailsa Wild, Aviva Reed, Briony Barr and Gregory Crocetti in collaboration with S.Patrick Stock.
Exploring the Moon and beyond
The Ocean Emporium by Susie Brooks and Dawn Cooper
Tilly’s Reef Adventure by Rhonda N. Garward
2018 Environment Award for Children’s Literature shortlist
A science storybook about forces: Bird builds a nest by Martin Jenkins and Illustrated by Richard Jones
Zobi and the Zoox: A story of coral Bleaching by Ailsa Wild, Aviva Reed, Briony Barr and Gregory Crocetti
In outer space by Paul Mason
How important is science?
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