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How the kangaroos got their tails : an Aboriginal story / told by George Mung Mung Lirrmiyarri ; compiled by Pamela Lofts
Bib ID 2276292
Format BookBook
Author
Mung Mung, George Lirrmiyarri
 
Description Sydney : Ashton Scholastic, 1987 
[33] p. : col. ill. ; 19 x 23 cm. 
ISBN 0868963232 (paperback)
0868963240
Summary

SUMMARY: Retells the Aboriginal legend that explains how the kangaroo got it's tail

For children; Kija legend about the kangaroo, illustrated by children of the Warmum community.

Notes

For children.

Forchildren to 6 years old

Subjects Aboriginal Australians -- Folklore -- Juvenile literature.  |  Kangaroos -- Australia -- Folklore -- Juvenile literature.  |  Readers -- Aboriginal Australians -- Folklore.  |  Readers (Primary)  |  Art - Childrens art.  |  Stories and motifs - Kangaroos / Wallabies.  |  Stories and motifs.  |  Kija / Gidja people (K20) (WA SE52-06)  |  Literature and stories - Fiction.  |  Warmun / Turkey Creek (WA East Kimberley SE52-06)
Other authors/contributors Lofts, Pamela

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