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Issue Details: First known date: 1940... no. 481 June 1940 of The School Paper : Grades V and VI est. 1912 The School Paper : Grades V and VI
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Notes

  • Only literary material by Australian authors individually indexed.

    Other material in this issue includes:

    • First page picture: 'Among the Giant Eucalypts' [65].
    • Editor's Notes: 'Australian Literature Week' 67; 'Some Australian Books To Read', 77.
    • Prose:'Australia at Work : No.5. Wheat', illustrated by Dick Ovenden (q.v.) 78-79; 'Notes for Bird Lovers' by Gould League of Bird Lovers, 66; 'Wheat-Growing' by a student of School No.2590, Lorquon, 78.

Contents

* Contents derived from the 1940 version. Please note that other versions/publications may contain different contents. See the Publication Details.
The Cattle Huntersi"While the morning light beams on the fern-matted streams,", Henry Kendall , single work poetry (p. 67)
Dr Foster Comes Backi"Dr Foster went to Gloster", Irene Cheyne , single work poetry children's (p. 68-69)
Note: Drawing by Dick Ovenden (q.v.)
Tales of Wild Animals, 5 : Quiyan, the Possum, Edward S. Sorenson , extract children's fiction children's
Quiyan, a young possum whose mother has been killed, sets out to look for a home. He has a lucky escape from a fox during the night but he cannot find an empty hollow tree to serve as a home.
(p. 69-71)
To the Ironbarki"We'll sing a song for the Ironbark", Maybanke Anderson , single work poetry (p. 71)
Trees : A Pageant for Arbor Day, W. Lloyd Williams , single work drama children's
Children from different countries show a branch from the native tree of their home land and share its characteristics.
(p. 72-73)
Note: Illustrated with pen and ink and by photographs.
The Meeting-Pool : II, The Greatest Race That Ever Was The Greatest Race That Ever Was, Mervyn Skipper , single work children's fiction children's
The animals are again sitting around the pool debating how to deal with the white man when the Hornbill tells the story of the squirrel and the shellfish having the 'Greatest Race That Ever Was', a version of 'The Tortoise and the Hare'.
(p. 74-77)
Note: With title: The Meeting-Pool : II, The Greatest Race That Ever Was.
Waltzing Matilda : Carrying a Swagi"Oh! there once was a swagman camped in the billabong,", A. B. Paterson , single work poetry (p. 80)

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Literary material by Australian authors in this issue:
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