Grandfather Emu

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Grandfather Emu
Author : Jacki Ferro
File Size : 50,6 Mb
Publisher : Boolarong Press
Language : English
Release Date : 20 May 2021
ISBN : 9781925877861
Pages : 36 pages
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Poor old Grandfather Emu can hardly walk or see. Of all the bush animals, who will lead old Weij to the creek for food and water? In this fun Aboriginal Dreaming story, children learn how Mother Yonga Kangaroo got her pouch, and the importance of taking the time to help.

Grandfather Emu

Poor old Grandfather Emu can hardly walk or see. Of all the bush animals, who will lead old Weij to the creek for food and water? In this fun Aboriginal Dreaming story, children learn how Mother Yonga Kangaroo got her pouch, and the importance of taking the time to help.

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