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Children's Picture books by Liz Frankel

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Riverglen View Art Studio.

 

Open daily, by appointment.

Phone (08) 8589 3123

 

View a range of children's books,

personally signed by Liz Frankel.

 

Great gift ideas.

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River Boy By Liz Frankel & Garry Duncan

RR $19.95 Published 2014

 

Have you ever had a ride in a Tinny, or camped by the river in a swag? Have you ever caught a fish and cooked it on a campfire for tea?

Let’s go on a river adventure and discover if you could be a River Boy or River Girl.                                  

A gentle, sentimental story that highlights the many uses of the river, the beauty of its natural environment, and everything that depends on it.

Beautifully illustrated by Garry Duncan, this picture book will appeal to all ages, and has an important underlying message about the need to care for the river environment, and ‘passing the baton’ from grandfather to grandson.

 

Scientific information in rear of book, written by Dr Paul Sinclair, Environmental Programs, Australian Conservation Foundation.

 

A fantastic environmental educational resource.

 

Hairy nose Itchy butt By Liz Frankel & Garry Duncan

RR $19.95 Published 2011

 

A book that will be enjoyed by children and adults, the Multi-award winning Hairy nose Itchy butt, is a children’s picture book written in a comical rhyme that children can read along to. Beautifully illustrated by Garry Duncan, this entertaining book has an important underlying environmental message.

 

Ever had an itch you couldn't scratch? Hairy Nosed Wombat has one, and somebody has chopped down his favourite scratching tree. Join our marsupial hero on an itchity, scratchity adventure as he tries to find the perfect place to scratch his butt.

 

Scientific information in rear of book, written by Dr Elisa Sparrow and Dr David Taggart from Zoos SA.

A fantastic environmental educational resource.

Part proceeds to Conservation Ark Wombat Programs

 

What do you think? A story about the plight of the River Murray   by Liz Frankel

RR $14.95 Published 2004

 

A children’s picture book aimed at pre-school and junior primary school aged children, that tells the story of a pair of Regent Parrots who realize that the River Red Gums look sick, and they embark on a search to discover why.

They talk with their friends, including Frog, Catfish, Python and Yabbie and learn that the river is dying of thirst. But what can be done about this? What do you think?

 

This book highlights the environmental problems faced by many of the inland rivers of the world, brought about largely by over extraction and exploitation of the water resource, and compounded by a drying climate.

Forward by the late Professor Peter Cullen, and scientific data in the rear of the book about species status, related habitat, and water use.

A fantastic environmental educational resource.

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