I'm so excited to be included in Tania McCartney's blog tour reviewing her picture book, Eco Warriors to the Rescue! Make sure you jump on board the tour by clicking on the links on the bottom of this post.
Eco Warriors to the Rescue! is the latest picture book written by Australian children's author, Tania McCartney and published by the National Library of Australia Publishing.
Banjo, Ned and Matilda are curious everyday kids but they are also real life Eco Warriors. Join them as they search for the best ways to keep our Australian native plants in tip top shape and battle the enemies that threaten our environment such as litter and pollution.
Children will feel inspired to keep Australia green by the colourful glossy photographs of the Eco Warriors in action and will hopefully become proactive in protecting the flora and fauna in their local community.
Eco Warriors to the Rescue! is perfect for Eco Warriors young and old as there's plenty of interesting facts in the back pages to discover, appreciate and care for our beautiful Australian native flora.
This is another spectacular book for Tania McCartney and the National Library of Australia .
Tania McCartney is an author of both children’s and adult books. An experienced magazine writer and editor, she also founded respected literary site Kids’ Book Review. She is passionate about literacy, and loves to speak on reading, books and writing. Her latest books include Eco Warriors to the Rescue! (National Library Publishing), Riley and the Jumpy Kangaroo: A journey around Canberra (Ford Street), Caroline Chisholm: The Emigrant’s Friend (New Frontier) and An Aussie Year: Twelve months in the life of Australian Kids (EK Publishing). Tania adores books, travel and photography. She lives in Canberra with her family, in a paper house at the base of a book mountain.
Sunday 1 September
Tania McCartney’s Blog
Boomerang Books Blog
Pass It On
Mixed Media Illustrations for Picture Books
Monday 2 September
Kids Book Review
Eco Tips for Little Readers
Sheryl Gwyther’s Blog
Bringing Up Eco Warriors
The Book Chook
Books for Little Hands
Literature Supporting Sustainability
Children’s Books Daily
Tuesday 3 September
My Little Bookcase
5 Multi-Media Writing Tips
Writing for the National Library of Australia
Elaine Ouston Blog