Libby Robin
 
Libby Robin is an environmental historian who has had a long interest in conservation initiatives in deserts. Her books include How a Continent Created a Nation, which won the NSW Premier’s Prize for Australian History (2007) and The Flight of the Emu, which won the Victorian Premier’s Literary Award for Science Writing (2003). Her most recent co-edited book is Boom and Bust: Bird Stories for a Dry Country (CSIRO Publishing 2009), which won the Whitley Medal in 2009.
 
Books by Libby Robin :
 
Bird Stories for a Dry Country
310 pages, 5 1/4" x 7 3/4",
Cloth: 978 0 643 09606 6
Price: $41.95
Published: June 2009 

 
The Impulse to Conserve
352 pages, 6 1/4" x 9 3/4",
Cloth & CD-ROM: 978 0 643 09749 0
Price: $51.95
Published: January 2011 

Paper & CD-ROM: 978 0 643 10353 5
Price: $49.95
Published: August 2011