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The words Moonie Jarl (Teller of Tales) and Wandi (the wild duck) are the Aboriginal names of brother and sister, Wilf Reeves and Mrs Olga Miller of Maryborough, Queensland. Their father was an elder of the Butchalla people. It was from the elders of the Butchulla people that Reeves and Miller learned the stories and the art of illustrating them.