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The sand symbols / written by Nola Turner-Jensen ; illustrated by Carmel Skelton
Bib ID 4740469
Format BookBook
Author
Turner-Jensen, Nola
 
Description Glen Waverly, Vic. : Sid Harta, 2009 
30 p. : col. ill. ; 21 x 30 cm. 
Invalid ISBN 1921642009
9781921642005
Series

Yarn about series.

Summary

Sarah Gibson sat in her faded but comfortable old chair and looked fondly down at her 6 beautiful grandchildren seated on the ground in front of her. Sarah could see they were all very curious and itching to know why she had a long, pointy stick and a large pile of sand near her feet.

Notes

For children.

Subjects Art, Aboriginal Australian -- Juvenile fiction.  |  Aboriginal Australians -- Social life and customs -- Juvenile fiction.  |  Education - Teaching - Materials.  |  Art - Art motifs.  |  Literature and stories - Juvenile.  |  Culture - Relationship to place.  |  Art - Sand and ground design.  |  Family.
Other authors/contributors Skelton, Carmel

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