An Educational And Heartwarming Read, This Story Follows Mary, A Young Aboriginal Girl Who Lives On Dusty Cattle Station When Mary Is Shunned By Other Indigenous Girls For Her Fair Skin, Old Ned, A Community Elder, Comes To Her Rescue Touching Upon The Themes Of Multiculturalism And Prejudice, This Narrative Utilizes Old Ned S Voice To Demonstrate That Family, Community, Country, Culture, And Spirituality In Lieu Of Skin Color Are At The Heart Of Aboriginal Identity Great, positive affirming tale Highly recommended. Great children s story about racism and treating each other well.
Is a well-known author, some of his books are a fascination for readers like in the Fair Skin Black Fella book, this is one of the most wanted Renee Fogorty author readers around the world.
- 28 pages
- Fair Skin Black Fella
- Renee Fogorty
- 18 November 2017 Renee Fogorty