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Mad Magpie Book

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Mad Magpie Book

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A unique resource in promoting cultural understanding and respect as well as engaging with unique texts with purposeful messaging. Inspired by wise sayings and the knowledge of his Elders, Mad Magpie tells the story of Guluu, an angry magpie who is being teased by a gang of butcher birds. The more he is teased, the angrier he becomes. When Guluu seeks advice, his Elders tell him to stay calm like the river, ignore the butcher birds and to be strong on the inside. Author Gregg Dreise is a descendant of the Kamilaroi and Yuwalayaay people of southwest Queensland and northwest New South Wales.32 pages. Hardback. Measures 22 H x 29cm W.
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