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Koalas: Moving Portraits of Serenity

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By: Joanne Ehrich(Editor), Deborah Tabart(Foreword By), Jack Hanna(Afterword by)
260 pages, colour photos
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  • Koalas: Moving Portraits of Serenity ISBN: 9780976469803 Hardback Dec 2006 Out of Print #160813
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Koalas are among the most beloved and popular animals in the world. Koalas: Moving Portraits of Serenity features texts by editor Joanne Ehrich, a Foreword by Deborah Tabart, Executive Director of the Australian Koala Foundation, and an Afterword by Jack Hanna – America's favourite television naturalist and host of the 'Jack Hanna's Animal Adventures' television series. This book is an international project with 315 photographs by 120 photographers from 24 countries.

The book features carefully selected camera sequences that make the animals come alive by suggesting movements, revealing a world rich with surprises. The photographs are arranged within sections that uncover different aspects of this marsupial. Koalas: Moving Portraits of Serenity conveys insights about this phenomenal Australian native with resplendent visuals, deserving a place on the bookshelves of koala and nature lovers alike.

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Art / Photobook Out of Print
By: Joanne Ehrich(Editor), Deborah Tabart(Foreword By), Jack Hanna(Afterword by)
260 pages, colour photos
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