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From a falling star to lonely whale, an entertaining lizard anenterprising penguin, these Indigenous stories are full of wonder,adventure and enduring friendships. Told in the style traditionalteaching stories, animal tales take young readers on adventures ofself-discovery fulfilment.

From a falling star to lonely whale, an entertaining lizard anenterprising penguin, these Indigenous stories are full of wonder, adventure and enduring friendships. Told in the style traditional teaching stories, animal tales take young readers on adventures self-discovery fulfilment.

Once again First Nations author and illustrator Helen Milroy brings the backyard to life in a picture book designed teach us all about croaking, barking, screeching, mewling creatures that share our homes. From beastie besties, like Pomeranian pussycat, clucking chickens licking lizards, jewel-like illustrations will make this joy share.

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