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Why I love Australia / Bronwyn Bancroft
Bib ID 6160040
Format BookBook
Author
Bancroft, Bronwyn
 
Description Richmond, Vic. : Little Hare, 2012, c2010 
[28] p. : chiefly col. ill. ; 32 cm. 
ISBN 9781921894053
Summary

Australia is a continent of many and varied landscapes. Each of them is dramatic and all inspire awe and reverence. Aboriginal artist Bronwyn Bancroft explores both the country and her feelings for it.

Notes

NSW Premier's reading challenge 5-6.

Subjects Australia -- Pictorial works -- Juvenile literature.  |  Australian

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