Helping Little Star by Blaze Kwaymullina, Sally Morgan


Helping Little Star by Blaze Kwaymullina, Sally Morgan

Do not go near the edge of Night Sky, warns Moon, or you will fall off. Does Little Star listen? Of course not! He falls down, down, down, splash - right into a creek. When he asks Python to help him get home, Python flicks him out of the water, thud - right into a cave. How will he get out? Each of the animals Little Star meets moves him a bit further along his way ...until they all help him find his way back home. A heartwarming and visually stunning read-aloud for bedtime or any time.

About the Author

Blaze Jake Kwaymullina is a children's writer and also works in the sphere of oral history; he enjoys helping people to get their stories told. He is a lecturer at the School of Indigenous Studies at the University of Western Australia, and in his spare time he likes reading, rock-climbing, yoga and taking his two dogs, Chris and Billy, swimming at the local dog beach. Blaze lives in Perth, Western Australia.

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32 pages
Interest Age: From 3


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Publication date

6th November 2014



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