Dingoes For Kids

Author: Rachel Smith
Editor: Mendon Cottage Books
ISBN: 1311111891
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Table of Contents Introduction What is a dingo? How do dingoes act? Where did dingoes come from? The history of dingoes and humans Culture and dingoes Prey of dingoes Dingoes as pets Conclusion Author Bio Publisher Introduction The dingo is an Australian animal that has been there for a very, very long time. Lots of people hear the name, but most don’t know much about them, except that they’re dogs. But what is a dingo? How is it different from pet dogs? And is it one of those crazily different Australian animals? While the dingo is not a marsupial like the kangaroo or wallaby, it is still fairly unique, like most animals that are native to Australia. By the end of this book, you will have learned a lot more about dingoes than most people know.

Ernie Dingo King Of The Kids

Author: Sally Dingo
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A biography of the Australian actor and television personality and his family. Ernie Dingo is a Yamatji man from the Murchison area of Western Australia.

Dogs For Kids

Author: Kristin Mehus-Roe
Editor: I5 Press
ISBN: 9781931993838
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A reference tool for children covers the whole range of the subject of dogs, including dog breeds, dog ownership, and training.

Children Of The Outback

Author: Amanda N. Newman
Editor: Lulu.com
ISBN: 0359900518
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At twelve years old, Grace Walker, the only daughter of a government maintenance worker, was kidnapped by a gang of Bitzers and condemned to a lifetime of servitude in the Outback. Now, four years later, it is time for her slavery to begin, time for her witness the hell that a group of dark magic wielders known as the Dingoes created in the Outback. As the journey into her new life as a slave to "one of the most ruthless torturers in the Outback" starts to unfold, she begins to learn more about the Dingoes and is forced to take a good look at the life that was taken from her when she was kidnapped. *Trigger Warning: this book contains dark themes that some individuals may find upsetting or disturbing. This includes but is not limited to references and/or depictions of self-harm, torture, rape, sexual assault, abuse, child-loss, mental illness, suicide, etc. Reader discretion is advised.*

Dingo

Author: Mary Elwyn Patchett
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The Dingo Boys

Author: George Manville Fenn
Editor: BoD – Books on Demand
ISBN: 3752317019
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Reproduction of the original: The Dingo Boys by George Manville Fenn

The Federal Law Reports

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The Oxford Companion To Australian Children S Literature

Author: Stella Lees
Editor: Melbourne ; New York : Oxford University Press
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From nursery rhymes to epic fantasy, from picture books to challenging novels for adolescents, reading is a crucial activity in the cultural and psychological formation of children. In The Oxford Companion to Australian Children's Literature, Stella Lees and Pamela Macintyre examine thelegacy and contemporary achievement of Australian children's writers. This encyclopaedic reference work covers the earliest writings from the nineteenth century to the remarkable growth in publishing that followed the Second World War.The Companion encompasses the most notable and influential nursery rhymes, illustrations, picture books, novels and Aboriginal stories. Arranged alphabetically, 1600 entries cover authors, publishers, illustrators, famous characters, events, institutions, and awards - from Ned Kelly and theEureka Stockade to Australian Comics and the work of Evelyn Goode. Longer, essay-length articles examine the nature and importance of key features of Australian children's literature - annuals, animal stories, the Bush, literary criticism, and fairy tales.`An indispensable work of reference which is also a pleasure to read'. Brenda Niall

School Library Journal

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The Child S Zoological Garden

Author: Beata Francis
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Sydney Or The Bush

Author: Henrietta Drake-Brockman
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Anthology of short stories ; seven, grouped under the heading "Black and White", describe relations and attitudes between European settlers and Indigenous Australians.

Koalas For Kids

Author: Kathy Feeney
Editor: Creative Publishing International
ISBN: 9781559717151
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Describes the physical characteristics, habits, and natural environment of the koala, a nocturnal marsupial found only in Australia.

Every Contact Leaves A Trace

Author: Zakaria Erzinçlioğlu
Editor: Carlton Books Limited
ISBN: 9781842221617
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Studies the scientific aspects of modern detective work ranging from the field of forensics to poisons, forgery, drugs and alcohol, arson, fingerprinting, DNA, and the criminal mind.

Cassell S Educator For The Young Etc Another Edition Of The Child S Educator

Author: John CASSELL
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Forensics

Author: Zakaria Erzinclioglu
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The Children S Country

Author: Stephen Muecke
Editor: Rowman & Littlefield Publishers
ISBN: 1786615495
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In North-West Australia, between 2009 and 2013, a major Indigenous-environmentalist alliance waged a successful campaign to stop a huge industrial development, a $45 billion liquefied gas plant proposed by Woodside and its partners. The Western Australian government and key Indigenous institutions also pushed hard for this, making the custodians of the Country, the Goolarabooloo, an embattled minority. This experimental ethnography documents the Goolarabooloo’s knowledge of Country, their long history of struggle for survival, and the alliances that formed to support them. Written in a fictocritical style, it introduces a new ‘multirealist’ kind of analysis that focuses on institutions (Indigenous or European), their spheres of influence, and how they organised to stay alive as alliances shifted and changed.

When They Were Kids

Author: Carol Orsag Madigan
Editor: Random House Reference
ISBN: 9780375703898
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Offers brief descriptions of incidents in the childhoods of celebrities, including their aspirations, home life, embarrassing moments, school life, social life, and traumatic events

Dingo

Author: Jackie French
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ISBN: 9780732293116
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Jackie French's critically acclaimed and best-selling ANIMAL STARS series looks at history through the eyes of an animal. Ages: 9-13 All of Australia's dingoes may be descended from one south-east Asian 'rubbish dog' who arrived here over 5,000 years ago. This is a story about the first dingo. It is also the story of Loa, who heads off across the sea in his canoe when the girl he loves marries another. He takes only his spears and a 'rubbish dog', one of the scavengers from around the camp to eat if he gets hungry, or to throw to threatening sharks or crocodiles. But when a storm blows boy and dog out to sea, both must learn to survive in a strange new world as partners - and even as friends. From renowned author Jackie French comes a story about survival in our earliest times. Praise for THE HORSE WHO BIT A BUSHRANGER: 'This is a gripping, moving story that is also wonderfully evocative of an era when survival meant growing, creating or killing everything you needed. Kids will love the book for its pace, its sense of adventure and the fact that it is a darn good tale, like French's earlier books in the series.' AUSTRALIAN BOOKSELLER + PUBLISHER

Bringi The Dingo

Author: Victoria Cormack
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"This remarkable true story follows the adventures of a wild desert dingo called Bringi. Orphaned and scrapping for food with the remote Punmu community in Western Australia. Bringi finds companionship with a visiting Grandmother, Ishy. You'll be in awe of the journey from the red sands of the desert to the blue seas and then across the world."--Back cover.