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Crow and the Waterhole

by Ambelin Kwaymullina

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About the Book

There was once a crow who lived in a tree by a waterhole. Each morning, she stared into the water, and saw another crow staring back. Crow thought Crow-in-the-waterhole was the most wonderful bird she had ever seen. ‘She looks like a crow who could change the world. I wish I could be like her.’

Finally, Crow flies away to seek her destiny, hoping to become as wonderful as Crow-in-the-waterhole. She travels far and wide, helping others along the way, only to find that her true destiny lies within.

Beautifully jacketed in a hardback cover, Crow and The Waterhole is an inspiring and uplifting picture book for younger readers.

Categories
Award Winning, Children's Picture Books, Indigenous Writing
Publication Year
2007
Publisher
Fremantle Press
Awards

Notable Book, Children’s Book Council of Australia, 2008
Short listed, Children’s Book Council of Australia Crichton Award, 2008
Short listed, Queensland Premier’s Literary Awards, 2008

ISBN13
9781863683036
HB/PB
Hardback
Format
Picture Book
Pages
32
Other Editions
Others in this Series
Height x Width mm
230 x 220
Teaching Notes
CROW AND THE WATERHOLE TEACHING NOTES WEB.pdf
Media
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