Put the fun into gardening with this beautifully illustrated guide to growing plants indoors and out. An ideal introduction for complete beginners as well as families with young children, designed to inspire a life-long love of gardening.
Told in the first person, a young lady follows echidna tracks through grass and under rocks to find a big mob of echidnas. She is helped by her mother to carry them home in a bag, where her family help her to clean and cook them. Book 11 in the Reading Tracks series.
A group of children are playing in a tree. One child is still in the tree when he spots a brightly coloured snake sliding down the branches beside him. He calls out to his friends, who fetch an adult to help them to catch the snake.
Mum and three children go looking for echidnas one hot day. When they find one, they cook it and eat it, the traditional way!
Father Emu protectively sits on his eggs, and after they hatch he teaches the chicks how to find food, while being on the lookout for predators. One day a skilled hunter follows Father Emu’s tracks and no amount of speed or caution can protect him..
A young man tracks a big kangaroo, which he spears and carries home to cook and share with his family.