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Warnayarra the Rainbow Snake Big Book

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This story is based on a story told by the Senior Boys Class at Lajamanu School, a bilingual school where Australian ...
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Warnayarra the Rainbow Snake Big Book

Code
464681
This story is based on a story told by the Senior Boys Class at Lajamanu School, a bilingual school where Australian Aboriginal children are taught to read and write their own language, Warlpiri. The illustrations are adapted from original paintings done by the children for their story. This story is based on a story told by the Senior Boys Class at Lajamanu School, a bilingual school where Australian Aboriginal children are taught to read and write their own language, Warlpiri. The illustrations are adapted from original paintings done by the children for their story.32 pages. Measures 36 H x 44cm W.
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Age Group Pre-School
Minimum Recommended Age Ages 4yrs+
Book # Pages 32
Height 36 cm
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