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Minkgill chases the rainbow / Fiona Clarke
Bib ID 5979084
Format BookBook
Author
Clarke, Fiona
 
Description Collingwood, Vic. : One Day Hill Publishers Australia, 2013 
1 v. 
ISBN 9780987313935
Summary

"Fiona Clarke is an artist. She creates what doesn't exist. She also re-creates what once did exist but was believed to be lost. Like her father, Henry 'Banjo' Clarke, an Aboriginal elder of the Kirrae Whurrong, she's a storyteller. Her paintings tell stories"--Cover.

Notes

For pre-school age.

Subjects Literature and stories - Juvenile.  |  Stories and motifs - Rainbows.  |  Stories and motifs - Stars.  |  Stories and motifs - Rainbow serpent.
Available From 7 Peel St Collingwood VIC 3066 

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