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Issue Details: First known date: 2016... 2016 A Dingo, a Deer and a Dolphin: Short Stories by Indigenous Children – in Pictures
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'A dolphin fights off a crocodile. A dog has a craving for cakes. A dingo learns an important lesson.

For Indigenous Literacy Day, the Indigenous Literacy Foundation has released The Goanna Was Hungry, a new picture book comprised of stories written and illustrated by children taking part in the foundation’s community literacy project. Compiled by the writer Sally Morgan and the artist Ann James, the book was launched at the Sydney Opera House on Wednesday.' (Introduction)


  • Contains stories from The Goanna Was Hungry

    'The Deer and the Dingo' by Michael Ashwin

    'Nipper Learns a Lesson' by Dean Bonney

    'Mr Spud and the Chocolate Cake' by Rianna Hogan

    'Bluey the Hero' by Tiniel Harris

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