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How the Kangaroo Go Its Pouch single work   prose   dreaming story  
Issue Details: First known date: 1996... 1996 How the Kangaroo Go Its Pouch
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    y separately published work icon Nallawilli : Sit Down and Listen Sharon Mitchell (illustrator), Pauline E. McLeod , Sydney : Australian Broadcasting Corporation , 1996 Z1674019 1996 selected work prose dreaming story 'Koorioes in Theatre began storytelling professionally in 1992. Pauline McLeod is the storyteller, Malcolm Mitchell the primary dancer who also plays the clap sticks, and Richard Pearce plays the didgeridoo. Pauline McLeod has permission to tell these traditional Indigenous stories which originate in different parts of New South Wales. The performance is entitled Nallawilli which means 'sit down & listen'.' (Source: back cover) Sydney : Australian Broadcasting Corporation , 1996 pg. 4
    Note: 8 min
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