When they came to take the fair-skinned Aboriginal children away, they didn't always find them.
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In the stark desert mining town of Coober Pedy when the government people came to take the fair-skinned Aboriginal children away they didn’t always find them. They were ‘down the hole up the tree across the sandhills . . . running from the State. This beautifully illustrated children’s picture book is a true story. Includes informative historical and cultural supplementary material.
‘A visual reading treat . . . a wonderful picture book. Buy a copy for everyone you love.’ Australian Women’s Book Review
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