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Wendy Notley (a.k.a. 'Aunty Wendy') (4 works by fr. 2007) Wendy Notley is a musician, teacher and author. She has worked for many years at Murawina Aboriginal Education Centre at Redfern, in Sydney.
1 Happy to Be Me Wendy Notley , 2007 series - author lyric/song children's fiction
1 1 y Special Land Wendy Notley , Clayton South : Blake Education , 2009 Z1807042 2009 single work picture book children's 'Imagine the wind and rain and sunshine on your face. Imagine deserts, seas and sandy beaches. Imagine the bush and all the amazing animals that live here, in this special land. As the traditional owners of Australia, Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people have a very special connection to this land, as they have had for thousands and thousands of years.' (Publisher's blurb)
1 y The Hairy One Wendy Notley , Clayton South : Blake Education , 2009 Z1745703 2009 single work short story children's
1 y Kangaroo Rock Wendy Notley , Taleena Simon , Clayton South : Blake Education , 2009 Z1748096 2009 single work children's fiction children's
1 1 y The Mystery of Diamond Creek Alexander Macdonald , London : Blackie , 1927 Z1180176 1927 single work children's fiction mystery children's

'Captain John Netley leaves his wife and family to try to retrieve their fortunes by finding Diamond Creek. Prior to his departure his son, Stuart, says stoutly that if his father is lost he will go and look lor him with a gun and a servant. The explorer fails to return and in due course Stuart Notley keeps his word. The party cross the great Australian desert and rescue his rather, thanks to the wonderful car, the 'Murray Mustoden.' A gold rush, desert adventures, captivity in a mysterious stronghold, and tense situations make, an extremely stirring yarn.'

Source:

'Children's Series', Daily Telegraph, 19 November 1927, p.18.

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