By: Abbie Mitchell, Astred Hicks
For Ages: 5+ years old
For Grades: 2 - 3
Number Of Pages: 104
Published: 1st October 2019
Publisher: CSIRO Publishing
Country of Publication: AU
Dimensions (cm): 25.0 x 21.5 x 1.02
Shortlisted for 2020 Environment Award for Children’s Literature : Nonfiction Category
Do you know what a tree hollow is?
To you and me, a tree hollow is just a hole, cavity or tunnel in a tree or branch. But to an animal, that hollow may be a bedroom, hiding place, nursery or shelter. It is the ultimate tree house! Come and take a peek inside the amazing world of tree hollows and discover more than 340 species of incredible Australian animals that call hollows home.
With colour photos of glorious gliders, darting dunnarts, minute microbats and many more, this book is full of fun facts about animals that use tree hollows as places for resting, nesting or hiding.
Find out how hollows are created, why they are threatened, and meet scientists who spend their time hollow-hunting. There are also plenty of tips on how you can spot hollows yourself, help to protect the environment and encourage habitat for hollow-dependent animals.
About the Author
Abbie Mitchell is an environmental educator who provides school and community programs to celebrate and promote Australian biodiversity. She lives in the bush with her husband, two kids, some stingless beehives and a couple of charismatic dogs - and lots of native creatures.
A Hollow is a Home
- Product Code: 9781486308057
- Availability: In Stock