Masters of Disguise. Camouflaging creatures & magnificent Mimics by Marc Martin. Published by Penguin Books

Now you see them, now you don’t From the Orchid Mantis in South East Asia to the Polar Bear in the Artic Circle, Masters of disguise explores the different insects and animals that survive by surrounding themselves by habitat that looks just like them or being able to change themselves so they can blend in.Continue reading “Masters of Disguise. Camouflaging creatures & magnificent Mimics by Marc Martin. Published by Penguin Books”

Bee Detectives by Vanessa Ryan-Rendall and illustrated by Brenna Quinlan. Published by CSIRO

Well, what can I say? This is my book so of course I love it to pieces! If you are interested in learning more about stingless bees of Australia and would also like to teach children about the various types of native bees we have then look no further – this book is for you!Continue reading “Bee Detectives by Vanessa Ryan-Rendall and illustrated by Brenna Quinlan. Published by CSIRO”

With a little kelp from our friends. The secret life of seaweed by Mathew Bate. Illustrated by Liz Rowland. Published by Thames and Hudson

There are around 10000 different types of seaweed….. Seaweed is the largest of all the marine algae but it is often not thought about unless it comes to sushi by many of us but there is so much to this amazing plant and this book – with a little kelp from our friends – enlightensContinue reading “With a little kelp from our friends. The secret life of seaweed by Mathew Bate. Illustrated by Liz Rowland. Published by Thames and Hudson”