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Thursday, 4 January 2018

KBR Recommends: Fabulous Non Fiction Finds of 2017

Millennium readers are blessed with a fountain of choices from which to source new knowledge. Before you launch into 2018 with them, explore these 2017 releases. They contain a universe of facts, figures and fun in artful, creative, expressive and colourful ways guaranteed to give any app a run for its money and children plenty of reasons to learn through good old-fashioned page turning.
Create Your Own Christmas by Isabel Thomas and Katie Abey, Bloomsbury, $14.99, 9781408882207 ages 5 - 8

The Awesome Book of Animals – The World’s Most Awesome Facts in Pictures by Adam Frost, Bloomsbury, $11.99, 9781408885130 ages 6 - 10


FACTS! One for Every Day of the Year by Tracey Turner and Fatti Burke, Bloomsbury, $22.99  9781408884621 ages 7 - 12

Illumanatomy by Carnovsky and Kate Davies, Quarto Group UK, $35, 9781786030504 ages 8 - 12 (Read our review later this month)

 
Highest Mountain, Deepest Ocean – A Pictorial Compendium of Natural Wonders by Kate Baker and Page Tsou, $33, 9781783704842 ages 9 - 12
 
Australian Animal Atlas by Leonard Cronin and Marion Westmascott, Allen & Uwin, $29.99, 9781760294144 ages 6 - 12

Optical Illusions by Gianni A Sarcone and Marie-Jo Waeber, Quarto Group UK, $26.46, 9781784938475 ages 6 - 12

Elle Awesome Presents How to Feel Awesome Everyday Illustrated by Astrid Hicks, Penguin Random House, $19.99 9780143786085 ages 7 - 14

It's OK to Feel the Way You Do by Josh Langley, Big Sky Publishing, $14.99 9781925520965 ages 4 - 8 (Read our review, here)

Rock Pool Secrets by Narelle Oliver, Walker Books Australia, $24.99, 9781922179357  ages 4 - 8 (Read our review, here)


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