The Resource The Barrumbi kids
- The Barrumbi kids
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- Leonie Norrington
- "Dale and Tomias are best mates. Tomias's ancestors have lived at Long Hole since the Dreaming. Dale's grandfather was the first white man to settle here. This is their country. An exciting, funny first novel about children moving between Aboriginal and white cultures."
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- Intended audience
- For children aged 11-14 years
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