Carl the Pesky Camel
Carl the Pesky Camel

This story talks about the destructive nature of camels on an outback community. Pitjantjatjara language has been incorporated into this book.

Special thanks to the Oak Valley community members who were involved in the development of this book.

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Qweerk and the Feral Fox
Qweerk and the Feral Fox

Qweerk the frog and his native animal friends were very upset about the Feral Fox that had moved in. The animals decide to have a meeting with Man to see if they can help them. Arguments start but you’ll have to read the book to see how they sort it out.

Noongar language has been incorporated into this book and those words are identified on each page where they are used.

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Sad Little Town
Sad Little Town

Look at this sad, unloved town! This little country town used to have a warm, welcoming ambience that made people want to live here…but not anymore!

A pest species, known as the feral pig, invaded the area and caused enormous damage forcing everyone to leave. Read more to find out what happened.

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Silly, Silly Fox
Silly, Silly Fox

Fred the Fox is looking for food. He is only a young fox and doesn’t know what to eat. He comes across two rabbits. Find out what they do to escape this silly, silly fox.

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The Indian Myna Bird: Major Pest
The Indian Myna Bird: Major Pest

The Indian myna (or Common myna) is a type of bird that easily adapts to many different environments. They are classed as one of the 100 most invasive species in the world. Yelarbon students have researched the Indian myna to prepare a factual account of the bird and why they are a pest animal.

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