Dunbi the Owl

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Ashton Scholastic, 1984 - Aboriginal Australians - 31 pages
Dunbi, the owl, son of Wanalirri, the great Wandijina, is cruelly treated by a group of children. So incensed is Wanalirri that he brings down the rains and everyone, save one man and one woman, perishes. The survivors are the progenitors of a new tribe which recognizes the sacred character of the owl.

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