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y separately published work icon Eco Warriors to the Rescue! single work   picture book   children's  
Issue Details: First known date: 2013... 2013 Eco Warriors to the Rescue!
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"Join Banjo, Matilda and Ned on a magical adventure into the Australian native landscape via a series of historic, beautifully-rendered botanical paintings. Entering the pages of their favourite book, the children interact with all manner of Australian flora including Kangaroo Paw, Wattle and Eucalypt. Along the way, these intrepid warriors seek 'tips' to ensure the survival of our native landscape for generations to come. Can these eco-warriors help save our native flora from extinction?" (Source: publisher's website)

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  • Combining modern photography with historical artworks from the archives of the National Library, 'Eco Warriors to the Rescue!' makes our beautiful collection of botanical art accessible to the very young. The book also includes interesting facts about Australian flora, as well as floral emblems and birth months, and further ideas on how to keep Australian green. (Source: Publisher's website).

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