Cassowary Kids’ Picture Book – Cassy’s Tale – EVA BOOKS

Australian Childrens BooksCassy’s Tale is a cassowary children’s story book and


The cassowary is an endangered flightless bird, which is protected. This cassowary kids’ picture book is reflecting the unique Australian wildlife and nature with its beautiful illustrations. It’s available as a glossy paper book and Flip eBook digital download.

Above all, it’s educational, funny & cute. The art work is glossy, bright & colourful.



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About Cassy’s Tale Cassowary Kids’ Picture Book


First of all, this cassowary kids’ picture book is about a cassowary chick from the moment she hatches. Her father teaches her about the rainforest, food and cyclones.

Their habitat is Tropical North Queensland, Australia. It’s a threatened species and protected. Additionally, other Australian animals are included. It’s a very cute kid’s story. Also included are great illustrations of the diversity of the Australian rainforest.



Details about Cassy’s Tale 


The cassowary kids’ picture book begins with a cassowary chick hatching. Her proud father is watching from amongst the beautiful rainforest. In nature, male cassowaries tend their young.

Cassy is learning to walk. While stumbling, she discovers her powerful legs. Clearly, she enjoys jumping up trying to catch butterflies. A python is watching her while dangling from a branch.

Later on, Cassy’s father is encouraging her to follow him. He is showing her how to push through dense rainforest. A flying fox is watching while hanging from the branches.

Additionally, a curious green tree frog, a character from Where is Croaky?, is sitting on the forest floor. 

Further on, the new father is teaching his young daughter about the rainforest and food. The cassowary chick is amazed by the colourful rainforest fruits. A butterfly lands on Cassy’s back and she is watching him. 

However, Cassy trips over a log from the last cyclone. A frogmouth owl is resting on it and a rainbow lorikeet is witnessing the commotion. Subsequently, dad takes the opportunity to explain about the destruction caused by cyclones. Therefore, included is a painting of the destruction.   

But, now the rainforest has regrown and Cassy is following the trail of colourful berries.

Illustrations of a green tree snake, sulphur crested cockatoos and an azure kingfisher on the back cover are included. Additionally, birdwing and ulysses butterflies from Lyssie the Butterfly appear. Included are tropical rainforest plants, like the Licuala palms, tree ferns, stag horn ferns, birds nest ferns and many more.



Other book titles of EVA BOOKS are:


Where is Croaky? (green tree frog)

Bobby the Tree Kangaroo

Nipper the Crocodile

Paddles the Platypus

Shelly the Sea Turtle

Lyssie the Butterfly (Ulysses butterfly)


Who is Laughing? (kookaburra)

Spikey’s Day Out (echidna)

Fuzzy the Koala

Tippy the Kangaroo 

Wazzie’s little Adventure (wombat)

Nadaria and Mali (whale)


A percentage of proceeds from the sale of Cassy’s Tale is donated to Cassowary Conservation Groups.