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y separately published work icon Sinabouda Lily : A Folk Tale from Papua New Guinea single work   picture book   children's   myth/legend  
Issue Details: First known date: 1979... 1979 Sinabouda Lily : A Folk Tale from Papua New Guinea
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Sinabouda Lily loves to swing on her swing. But she must be very careful, or she will be eaten by the witch Sinawakelakela Tanotano. When Sinabouda Lily is left alone one day with nothing but a bunch of magical bananas, the witch makes a move.

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    Papua New Guinea,
    Pacific Region,
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