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A LITTLE LIBRARY

Over the years Catfish has been called upon to design and publish some small but important books, in collaboration with authors, photographers and conservationists. Check out our little library of goodness. We're hoping to add to the
shelves with some of our own books soon too! Watch this little blue space!

 
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WHAt's not to love
ABout the biggest fish in the ocean?

This book took more than a year to complete and came to fruition through the amazing collaborative work of Dani Rob from (then) DPAW WA, a wondrous illustrator by the name of XXXXX and, of course, Catfish! It was great injecting creative activities and engaging fun into this publication, though we didn't need to do much but showcase the amazing attributes of the biggest fish on earth. The fish did the talking really! 

 
 
 Written by Felicity Pullman, photography by David Jenkins. Published by Catfish. Stories of the amazing penguin wardens, locals and helpers, supported by National Parks & Wildlife Services, Project Penguin & Taronga

Written by Felicity Pullman, photography by David Jenkins. Published by Catfish. Stories of the amazing penguin wardens, locals and helpers, supported by National Parks & Wildlife Services, Project Penguin & Taronga

 At the book launch, Cath (Catfish) & Rachel (Fish 2) show off the new prints in Manly SeaLife Sanctuary Penguin House. The Penguins made so much noise you couldn't hear the speeches!

At the book launch, Cath (Catfish) & Rachel (Fish 2) show off the new prints in Manly SeaLife Sanctuary Penguin House.
The Penguins made so much noise you couldn't hear the speeches!

 

 

A LITTLE BIG BOOK CALLED
THE LITTLE PENGUINS OF MANLY

This wonderful book was commissioned by the National Parks and Wildlife Services as an adjunct to Project Penguin which is run every year by Taronga Zoo in conjunction with local agencies, all of which are involved in the care and protection of this endangered fairy penguin colony at Manly Wharf. Those who have contributed information include NPWS, the Manly Environment Centre, staff at Taronga Zoo and hospital and, of course, the penguin protectors who keep vigil every night while the penguins are in residence. Felicity Pullman's stories illustrate how vulnerable these little penguins are, being the only mainland colony in Australia and living so close to the main tourist area of Manly. Best suited for children 10 years and over.

GUIDES & EBOOKS

Sustainable Seafood, Storytelling & TIght Pants

 

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