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Author McDougall, Jill, 1951-

Title Anna the goanna : and other poems / written by Jill McDougall ; illustrated by Jenny Taylor
Edition Paperback edition
Published Canberra, A.C.T. : Aboriginal Studies Press, 2000

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 W'PONDS CRC  PICTURE BOOK Mcd/Atg  AVAILABLE
 MELB CRC  PICTURE BOOK Mcd/Atg  AVAILABLE
Description 48 pages : color illustrations ; 22 x 28 cm
regular print
Series Premier's Reading Challenge, 3-4
Premier's Reading Challenge, 3-4
Summary Cheeky dogs, slippery snakes and crocodiles with great big smiles are some of the characters who join Anna the Goanna in this illustrated poem. The author and illustrator take us into childrens' daily adventures and family traditions as they camp under the stars, go hunting for tucker, and play footy in the dust
Analysis Picture books
Notes Aboriginal content
Audience: Children
Audience: Primary students
Subject Aboriginal Australians -- Juvenile literature.
Aboriginal Australians -- Juvenile poetry.
Aboriginal Australians -- Poetry.
Aboriginal Australians -- Social life and customs -- Juvenile poetry.
Animals -- Australia -- Juvenile poetry.
Animals -- Australia -- Poetry.
Australian poetry -- Aboriginal Australian authors.
Australian poetry.
Children's poetry -- Australia -- Pictorial works.
Children's poetry, Australian.
Children's poetry, English.
Children's poetry.
Children, Aboriginal Australian -- Juvenile poetry.
Country life -- Australia -- Juvenile poetry.
Picture books for children -- Australia.
Poetry, Modern -- 20th century -- Australia.
Premier's Reading Challenge -- Year 7 - Year 9
Premiers Reading Challenge 7-9
Aboriginal Australians -- Poetry.
Australian poetry.
Aboriginal Australians
Australia -- Juvenile poetry.
Australia -- Poetry.
Australia -- Poetry.
Genre/Form Poetry.
Poetry.
Illustrated works.
Picture books.
Author Taylor, Jenny (Jenny J.), 1953- illustrator
Australian Institute of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Studies.
LC no. 00304527
ISBN 0855753447
9780855753443