'Gidja the Moon' By Percy Trezise and Dick Roughsey is a story of the creation of the moon from an Aboriginal tribe in Australia. In this case the moon started as a rather ill formed human who was
made fun of but had strong magic.
Now I will have to point out the the people in this book are depicted an a slightly abstract but natural way. That is to say you've got bums and knockers in this book, and it's up to the parent to decide if that's right for their child.
I mean, can you imagine if a six year old drew something from this book in their class? The parents would get phone calls I'm sure.
Who should read this book? The open minded.
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