Family Hour in Australia
Cuddle up with someone from your family and visit 15 of Australia's native animals and their families. Find out what they eat and how they play, where they live and who looks after them. Which family is most like yours?
The Family Hour introduces young children to 15 fascinating Australian animals and their families. It presents unique facts about each animal in a fun and imaginative way. Features: Gouldian finches, Numbats, Kangaroos, Platypus, Echidnas, Black swans, Frill-necked lizards, Koalas, Weedy seadragons, Eastern spotted quoll, Sugar gliders, Ringtail possums, Tasmanian devils, Corroboree frogs, Hairy-nosed wombats.
About the Author
Tai Snaith is an artist, writer, curator and mother. She graduated from studying sculpture at the Victorian College of the Arts (Melbourne, Australia) in 2002 and has since received numerous funds and awards for large art projects and residencies locally and overseas. Tai regular exhibits in both solo and group shows as well as creating large site-specific commissions inside private homes and restaurants. In addition, she writes on art and architecture for Un Magazine, Artichoke and Houses as well as others. She also presents the Visual Arts Review segment on Triple R Radio (102.7 FM) in Melbourne.