Why The Emu Can't Fly written by May L. O'Brien Illustrated by Sue Wyatt
New - 1993 - Paperback - 36 pages - 9 x 9
Includes a pronunciation glossary to the Wongutha words in the story.
There are the stories which were told to children who live in one area. Other groups who lived in different places, have their own language and own stories to tell about how things began. The reason for this, is that the stories came from a time when there was little contact between different groups. Stories were told so that children would come to understand their land, their people and their beginnings. These stories tell of the animals that shared the lang with the people and of how they came into being. Now, the stories which used to be told can be written to help today's children understand and appreciate the Aboriginal past as well as the present. Why the Emu Can't Fly describes how vanity leads to the loss of power and position.
From the Bird and Nature Library of Sally Blanchard
Shipping from United States
3-8 business days
Customs and import taxes
Buyers are responsible for any customs and import taxes that may apply. I'm not responsible for delays due to customs.
Returns & Exchanges
I don't accept returns, exchanges, or cancellations
But please contact me if you have any problems with your order.