Land of the Emu People by Percy Trezise
Land of the Emu People by Percy Trezise
Land of the Emu People by Percy Trezise
Land of the Emu People by Percy Trezise

Land of the Emu People by Percy Trezise

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The children of the Kadimakara People are lost - swept away from their home by a great storm. Jadianta, Lande and Jalmor have faced fierce crocodiles, giant goannas and marsupial lions. Now, in the land of the Emu People, they face a new threat - Jadianta and Jalmor need to rescue Lande from the clutches of the dangerous Snake Men. Will they every find their sister or see their home again?

'Journey of the Great Lake' is a beautifully illustrated series which follows the journey of three children, providing a unique picture of Australia during this ancient time. Read the story of Jadianta, Lande and Jalmor, then follow their path as they travel to find their way home on the specially provided poster-sized map included with the book.

Jadianta, Lande and Jalmor's journey began in 'Home Of The Kadimakara People'. They survived fierce crocodiles in 'Land Of The Dingo People' and giant goannas in 'Land Of The Magpie Goose People'. Now in 'Land Of The Emu People', the children's adventure continues . . .

Condition: Good condition with name written on the interior cover and minor wear to the corners of the cover
Type: Paperback
Age: 4+

Percy Trezise AM (1923 - 2005) was a painter and writer as well as an historian and documenter of Aboriginal rock art. Trezise served in the RAAF during WW2, and from 1956 he worked in northern Australia as an airline pilot. From the air he would gauge areas likely to contain Aboriginal rock art that he would later explore. Trezise collaborated on a series of children’s books with Aboriginal artist Dick Roughsey, and as well as being a member of the Order of Australia, in 2004 he received an Honorary Doctorate from James Cook University.

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