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   SCHOOL PROJECT BOOKS

 

 

These Project Books are excellent for students of all ages. They are ideal for study, reference work and cutting up at home or school as well as for homework assignments.

 

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TITLE

PRICE

Plus Postage

SP001 Australian Explorers   No. 1

The folder provides a detailed sketched map of the surrounding area inland from Sydney where much exploration took place under Phillip. Details of the explorers include Bass & Flinders, George Evans, Lawson, Blaxland & Wentworth. . Includes a large format coloured poster approximately 40 x 60cm illustrated with much detail on the explorations that took place.

  

3.50

SP002 Australian Explorers   No. 2

This folder provides an overview including historical facts on the early explorers: Alan Cunningham, Hume & Hovell, Charles Sturt and Thomas Mitchell. . Includes a large format coloured poster approximately 40 x 60cm illustrated with much detail on the explorations that took place including maps.

 

3.50
SP003 Australian Explorers   No. 3

This folder provides an overview including historical facts on the early explorers: John Eyre, Charles Sturt, Ludwig Leichhardt, John McDouall Stuart, Burke & Wills and Edmund Kennedy all of whom are inland explorers. Includes a large format coloured poster approximately 40 x 60cm illustrated with much detail on the explorations that took place including maps.

 

3.50
SP004 Convicts 

This folder provides information of the early convicts transported to Australia from 1788 until 1868. Includes a large format coloured poster approximately 40 x 60cm illustrated with much detail on convict life in this period.

 

3.50
SP005 Dinosaurs

The folder provides an overview of dinosaurs in general as to when they lived, types of dinosaurs, what did they eat?, Australian & New Zealand dinosaurs and reproduction. Includes a large format coloured poster approximately 40 x 60cm illustrating in detail as to what the dinosaurs could have looked like.

 

3.50
SP006 Gold in Australia

This folder provides an overview of the history of gold found in Australia . Includes a large format coloured poster approximately 40 x 60cm illustrated with much detail of life on the goldfields with the types of equipment used.

 

3.50
SP007 Minerals in Australia

The folder provides an overview of the early mineral discoveries and uses. Also included is a section on gemstones. Includes a large format coloured poster approximately 40 x 60cm illustrating in detail together with many coloured photographs on mining and production as well as a map of Australia showing the main locations of many mineral deposits.

 

3.50
SP008 Queensland

This folder provides an overview of the State. Includes sugar production, fruits, minerals, The great Barrier reef, environment, the outback, Brisbane and the Gold Coast. Includes a large format coloured illustrated and detailed poster approximately 40 x 60cm.           Only 1 copy left.

  

3.50

NOTE:

Please add $1.50 postage each within Australia.

For additional copies of the same or other titles .... please email us for the correct postage rate applicable.

 

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