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Doug of Australia. Photos. by George Russell Harrison
Bib ID 59078
Format BookBook
Author
Cavanna, Betty, 1909-
 
Description New York, F. Watts [1965] 
68 p. illus., maps. 27 cm. 
Series

Around the world today books.

Summary

Describes life in Australia through a story illustrated with photographs. An eleven-year-old boy who lives in the outback goes on a cattle muster, talks Aboriginal slang, and is left stranded in the desert when his horse runs away while he is searching for a baby calf.

Subjects Northern Territory -- Description and travel -- Juvenile literature.  |  Northern Territory -- Description and travel.
Other authors/contributors Harrison, George Russell, 1898-, illus

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