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Book Description

The story of an Aboriginal boy and his sister who, for short while, get lost in the Bush. The author/photographer lived with the Aborigines on Miligimbi Island and his book became very popular with children when first published as 'Piccaninny Walkabout'. It was chosen as Australian 'Children's Book of the Year'.
Author Axel Poignant.
Date 1982 (reprint).
Binding Hard cover in dust jacket.
Publisher Angus & Robertson, London - Sydney.
Illustrator Black and white photographic illustrations throughout by Axel Poignant. End paper maps.
Condition A very good clean copy.
Pages 64pp. c.25.5 x 24.5cm.

Price: £15.00

Offered by Peter Moore

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