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First known date: 1996 Issue Details: First known date: 1996... 1996 Journey of the Great Lake
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y separately published work icon Land of the Echidna People Percy Trezise , Mary Lavis (illustrator), Sydney South : HarperCollins Australia , 2019 15592163 2019 single work picture book children's Indigenous story

'Jadianta, Lande and Jalmor, children of the Kadimakara People, are lost - swept away from their home by a fierce storm.

'The children are now in the land of the Flying-fox people, a place filled with many brave warriors who are friends of the Kadimakara People, and home to the children's aunt, Kylie.

'But when Lande is bitten by a snake, it is fortunate that the children are reunited with their aunt as she helps to heal Lande's snake bite and prepare the children for the rest of their adventurous journey.'

Source: Publishe's blurb.

y separately published work icon Land of the Snake People Percy Trezise , Pymble : Angus and Robertson , 2000 Z796876 2000 single work picture book children's Indigenous story The children of the Kadimakara People are lost - swept away from their home by a great storm. Jadianta, Lande and Jalmor have faced fierce crocodiles, giant goannas and marsupial lions. Leaving the land of the Emu People, they have a new travelling companion--a girl of the Woomera clan. To continue their journey home and return Wongabel to her people, they must pass through the lands of the Snake men and Red Kangaroo people--if they are caught, will they be killed or enslaved. (Blurb from back cover).
y separately published work icon Home of the Kadimakara People Percy Trezise , Percy Trezise (illustrator), New South Wales : Angus and Robertson , 1996 Z833321 1996 single work picture book children's Indigenous story Story of three children journeying around the lake called Balanorga in oral history, to find their way home; kadimakara was a giant marsupial.(Libraries Australia record).
y separately published work icon Land of the Magpie Goose People Percy Trezise , Percy Trezise (illustrator), Pymble : Angus and Robertson , 1997 Z834349 1997 single work picture book children's Indigenous story This is the story of three children and their journey along the Dream Road of their ancestors and through the many lands around Balanorga to find their way home. Percy Trezise Cairns, Queensland 1997.
y separately published work icon Land of the Emu People Percy Trezise , Percy Trezise (illustrator), Pymble : HarperCollins , 1998 Z834352 1998 single work picture book children's Indigenous story The children of the Kadimakara People are lost - swept away from their home by a great storm. Jadianta, Lande and Jalmor have faced fierce crocodiles, giant goannas and marsupial lions. Now, in the land of the Emu People they face a new threat - Jadianta and Jalmor need to rescue Lande from the clutches of the dangerous Snake Men. Will they ever find their sister or see their home again.--Back Cover.
y separately published work icon Land of the Dingo People Percy Trezise , Percy Trezise (illustrator), Pymble : HarperCollins , 1997 Z834505 1997 single work picture book children's Indigenous story
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