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How the Kangaroo Got Her Pouch

NAME OF THE STORYTELLER:

Tina Ramirez


TITLE OF THE STORY:

How the Kangaroo Got Her Pouch


STORY SOURCE MATERIAL:

Adapted from Several Version of an Australian Aboriginal Tale


TALETYPE:

Animal Tale;  Porquoi Tale


STORY RATING:

General Audience


ABSTRACT/SUMMARY OF THE STORY:

Biambi, the father of all living creatures, is discouraged by all the callousness he is witnessing between the animals in the Australian Outback. He disguises himself as an old Wombat and meets Mother Kangaroo and Joey one beautiful day in the Outback. Biambi finds that not all creatures are callous after all.


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