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Bush Games and Knucklebones

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This book is a playful yet powerful journey into the imaginative world of the children of the stolen generation and the games they invented to buffer the realities of institutional life. A very special collaboration between Doris Kartinyeri and June McInerney, who both spent time at Colebrook Children's Home in South Australia in the 1950s, this is a picture book that will ...more
Paperback, 31 pages
Published November 1st 2003 by Magabala Books
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This is about children at the Colebrook Home. I've been to the memorial at the final site of the Colebrook Home. This book was illustrated by one of the designers of the Fountain of Tears: the water sculpture at the heart of the memorial.

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