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'This book captures the contrast between city and country life and shows children how all kinds of creatures have a purpose and help to keep the balance of nature. Ages 4+.' (Publication summary)
yGuulaangga the Green Tree FrogGloria Whalan,
Thuringowa:Black Ink Press,2010Z17076462010single work picture book children's 'This book focuses on the behaviour of green tree frogs and teaches children to appreciate bush creatures and listen to their messages' (Source: TROVE website trove.nla.gov.au)
yGirrawaa the GoannaGloria Whalan,
Thuringowa:Black Ink Press,2010Z17076432010single work picture book children's 'Girrawaa the Goanna is the third of Gloria Whalan's Grandma's Farm stories. Native creatures often cause trouble on Australian farms. This is how Grandma deals with the goanna in her chook pen.' (Source: Black Ink Press website, www.blackinkpress.com.au)
yGurawang the BandicootGloria Whalan,
Thuringowa:Black Ink Press,2011Z19015572011single work children's fiction children's Indigenous story Gurawang the Bandicoot is the fourth in the Grandma's Farm series by Gloria Whalan.
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