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    Department of Environment and Conservation, WA, Hardcover, 2008

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Tuart Dwellers

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Based on 6 Ratings and 1 Reviews

Book Description
Tuart Dwellers tells of one day in the life of a Tuart, an endangered tree found only in a small coastal strip in Western Australia. On June 5th it won the 2009 Wilderness Award which is a great honour.
"From break of dawn to nightfall, the tuart is not as it appears. Leaves and bark, trunk and branches - all are places of pretence, traps and trickery. Tuart Dwellers celebrates the diversity,... More
Book Information
PublisherDepartment of Environment and Conservation, WA
BindingHardcover
Reading LevelAll Ages
# of Pages31
ISBN-101876615303
ISBN-13978-1876615307
Publication Date01/01/2008
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About Jan Ramage (Author) : Jan Ramage is a published author of children's books. Published credits of Jan Ramage include Eyes in the Night and Tuart Dwellers, Stranded and Deepsea Whale Rescue.Tuart Dwellers winner of the 2009 ... more
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About Ellen Hickman (Illustrator) : Ellen Hickman is a published illustrator of children's books. A published credit of Ellen Hickman is Tuart Dwellers and Hooray for Chester!
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About Department of Environment and Conservation Western Australia (Publisher) : Department of Environment and Conservation Western Australia is a published publisher of children's books. A published credit of Department of Environment and Conservation Western Australia is Tuart D... more
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1/2/2009 Jan Ramage said:
Tuart Dwellers tells of one day in the life of a Tuart, an endangered tree found only in a small coastal strip in Western Australia. "From break of dawn to nightfall, the tuart is not as it appears. Leaves and bark, trunk and branches - all are places of pretence, traps and trickery. Tuart Dwelle... more

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