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Issue Details: First known date: 1994... 1994 How the Little Black Snake Became Poisonous
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    y separately published work icon Aboriginal Art and Stories Michael Huddleston (illustrator), Pauline E. McLeod , Carlingford : Intechnics , 1994 Z1673165 1994 selected work prose poetry dreaming story Carlingford : Intechnics , 1994 pg. 57-60
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    y separately published work icon Storytelling Pauline E. McLeod , Sydney : Scholastic Press , 2003 Z1673432 2003 selected work obituary prose essay dreaming story 'Storytelling is a magical experience. People have been telling stories for as long as they have been able to talk. For many thousands of years, Australia's Indigenous people have used storytelling to pass on their history, laws and beliefs. This book celebrates the life and work of master cultural storyteller, Pauline Mcleod.' (Source: Back Cover) Sydney : Scholastic Press , 2003 pg. 22-27
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