In Little Devils, the animals learn that courage is needed in times of danger, even if noisy Tasmanian devils can be hard to live with.
Tasmanian devils are Australia's largest marsupial carnivores. They hunt and kill prey but they also scavenge and eat carrion.
Young Tasmanian devils are at first carried in a backward-facing pouch, and later left in the den while their mother hunts. They become independent less than a year after they are born.
About the Author: Rebecca Johnson is an award-winning primary school science teacher and has written more than 60 books for children.
Photos by Steve Parish
Virtues: courage, tolerance, respect
Category: Educational: English language & literacy
Publisher: Pascal Press
Dimensions: 210 x 148 mm