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The Illustrated Encyclopaedia of Peculiar Pairs in Nature (The Illustrated Encyclopaedia series Book 3) by [Sami Bayly]

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The Illustrated Encyclopaedia of Peculiar Pairs in Nature (The Illustrated Encyclopaedia series Book 3) Kindle Edition

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Review ― NATIONAL [PRINT] Weekend Australian, [AUDIENCE: 219,242, ASR: 2,171] Published On: 2021-10-02

'This awesome book is full of surprising facts about peculiar pairs in nature, helping each other, or at least helping themselves!' -- Harper, 8 ―
NATIONAL [PRINT] Kookie Magazine Published On: 2021-12-16

'A gorgeous hardcover book by a 25-year-old illustrator named Sami Bayly who is based in country NSW, and who is without peer when it comes to drawing Australia's ugliest - her word! - animals.' ―
NATIONAL [PRINT] The Weekend Australian, Review [AUDIENCE: 219,242, ASR: 44,631] Published On: 2021-12-18

'A great book to read with children and learn more about how plant and animal species rely on each other.' -- Favel Parrett ―
NSW [PRINT] The Sydney Morning Herald Published On: 2021-12-11

'From the friendly to the downright gross, The Illustrated Encyclopaedia of Peculiar Pairs in Nature explores in colourful detail the unusual relationships found in nature.' ―
WA [PRINT] The West Australian, ED! Magazine Published On: 2021-11-23

'The Illustrated Encyclopaedia of Peculiar Pairs in Nature will join its earlier releases in the series as one of the most borrowed and requested books in a classroom, school or public library as it offers the reader so much in terms of visual appeal and incredible information. A wonderful gift for a birthday or Christmas present.' ― NATIONAL [ONLINE] ReadPlus Published On: 2021-09-29

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WA [PRINT] West Australian [AUDIENCE: 135,996, ASR: 4,661] Published On: 2021-11-23 --This text refers to the hardcover edition.

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Sami Bayly is a natural history illustrator based in Tamworth, NSW, who loves all things weird and wonderful. She finds the beauty and importance of all animals regardless of their appearance, and hopes to share her appreciation with others.

Sami's first book, The Illustrated Encyclopaedia of Ugly Animals, won the Children's Indie Book of the Year Award and the Australian Book Design Award for Younger Readers. It was a CBCA Honour Book and was shortlisted for an ABIA Book of the Year for Younger Children and longlisted for the ABA Booksellers' Choice 2020 Book of the Year Awards. Her second book, The Illustrated Encyclopaedia of Dangerous Animals, was a CBCA Honour Book, an ABIA Book of the Year for Younger Children, won an Australian Book Design Award for Younger Readers and was shortlisted for the Children's Indie Book of the Year 2020. Sami's most recent book, The Illustrated Encyclopaedia of Peculiar Pairs has been longlisted for Children's Indie Book of the Year Award.

To keep up to date you can follow Sami on Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/samibayly/ --This text refers to the hardcover edition.

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  • ASIN ‏ : ‎ B096VR96VG
  • Publisher ‏ : ‎ Lothian Children's Books (29 September 2021)
  • Language ‏ : ‎ English
  • File size ‏ : ‎ 77550 KB
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Sami Bayly is a 25 year old natural history illustrator based in Armidale, NSW, who loves all things weird and wonderful. She finds the beauty and importance of all animals regardless of their appearance, and hopes to share her appreciation with others.

Sami's first book, The Illustrated Encyclopaedia of Ugly Animals, won the Children's Indie Book of the Year Award and the Australian Book Design Awards. It received the Honour Award for the CBCA Eve Pownall Award and was shortlisted for the ABIA Book of the Year for Younger Children and the ABA Booksellers' Choice 2020 Book of the Year Awards.

Her second book, The Illustrated Encyclopaedia of Dangerous Animals, received the Honour Award for the CBCA Eve Pownall Award and was shortlisted for the Children's Indie Book of the Year Award, the ABIA Book of the Year for Younger Children and the Queensland Literacy Awards for the Children’s Book of The Year.

Both books have been published overseas in numerous countries, including the UK, USA and Russia with more to come.

To keep up to date you can follow Sami on Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/samibayly/

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