A is for Australia by Frané Lessac

A is For Australia is “a factastic tour” through our closest country, highlighting the varied and rich landscape of (European) Australia.

Perfect for kids (5+) who love to absorb lots of information on a subject and those who constantly ask “why?” It also could be useful if you have ties in Australia or have holidayed there and have kids who are interested in researching more – this is simpler than the Internet and it’s much more tailored.

From opal mining town Coober Pedy (SA), where it’s so hot that some locals live underground and play golf at night with glowing golf balls, to coastal Yallingup (WA) which is aboriginal for “place of love”, there’s something for the whole family to learn in A is For Australia.


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Heidi North-Bailey Formerly working in publishing in London, Heidi is now a freelance editor and writer based in Auckland. A graduate of the Institute of Modern Letters at Victoria University and The Creative Hub, Heidi also has a first class Honours Degree in Screenwriting and Directing from The University of Auckland, Heidi is passionate about good storytelling across genres and loves reading, especially literary and children’s fiction. When not being kept busy as a new mum, Heidi tinkers with poetry and is chipping away at a novel.

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