By McDougall, JillIllustrated by Taylor, Jenny
Cheeky dogs, slippery snakes and crocodiles with big smiles join Anna in this collection of lively illustrated poems. With warmth and respect, were taken into the childrens lives as they camp under the stars, go hunting for tucker and play footy in the dust. Anna the Goanna provi...des rare insight into the richly textured lives of contemporary Indigenous children. The poems are rhythmic and memorable, with a jaunty beat. Theyre designed specially for school performances and presentations.Read more
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Jill McDougall has lived and taught for many years in Australian Indigenous communities, from Palm Island in the east of Australia to the Great Sandy Desert in the west. She began writing for Aboriginal children in order to provide classroom reading material which reflected the daily experiences of her students. Jenny Taylor has lived in Central Australia since 1994 and has worked with artists and families in a number of Aboriginal communities. She currently works in adult education, at the Institute for Aboriginal Development in Alice Springs, and maintains her own art practice.
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