Selected Bibliography

 

Children’s Non-Fiction:
  • Kangaroos (Reed Education, 1980)

  • Australian Communities (Methuen, series with Kathleen Hawk, 1982)

    • Sheep Property

    • Mining Town

    • Rural City

    • River Towns

  • New Technologies (Methuen, series with John Roc, 1984)

    • Computers at Work

    • Computers and leisure

  • Health & Safety Teachers Manual & Wall Charts (Macmillan, with Kathleen Hawke, 1989)

  • Living and Growing (Macmillan, series with Kathleen Hawke, 1991)

    • Babyhood

    • Early Childhood

    • Childhood

    • Adulthood

    • Old Age

  • Fair Go For Everyone: Conflict Resolution (Macmillan, with Kathleen Hawke, 1991)

  • See How It Grows (Macmillan, series, 1993)

    • Platypus

    • Butterfly

    • Dolphin

    • Frog

    • Cicada

    • Dog

    • Koala

    • Fish

  • Australian Habitats (Macmillan, series with Kathleen Hawke, 1998)

    • Deserts

    • Rainforests

    • Wetlands

    • Oceans

    • Temperate Forests

    • Grasslands

  • Australian Library (Heinemann Library, Harcourt Ed., series with Kathleen Hawke, 2006)

    •  

      Australia’s Critically Endangered animals

    • Australia’s Deadly and Dangerous Animals and Plants

 
Children’s Fiction
  • I Love ... (Methuen, series with Kathleen Hawke, 1979)

    • I Love Butterflies

    • I Love Going To The Beach

    • I Love Chairs That Are Big And Soft

    • I Love Running When I Take Off My Shoes

  • Shakespeare Readers (Shakespeare Head Press, series, 1985)

    • Splash!

    • Kick Off!

    • Sing, Clap, Play A Tune!

    • Saddle Up!

    • Bone For Lady

    • Miffy

    • Cubs And Campfires

    • Brownies In Action

 
Picture Books
  • Oodles of Noodles (Hodder & Stoughton, 1987)

  • Little Koala (Harper Collins, 1989)

  • Little Koala Finds A Friend (Harper Collins, 1997)

  • Jellybean Goes to School (Tamarind Books, Random House, 2013)

 

Poetry
  • “The Swaggie’s Yarn”, Bronze Swagman Book of Bush Verse, 19th Ed., pp 78-80 (shortlisted - The Bronse Swagman Award for Bush Verse 1990)

 

© Margaret Roc 2014

 

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