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Birdie and the drought

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Birdie and the drought

A terrible drought means Birdie has to leave her home and friends. A story for young children about getting through hard times and natural disasters.

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Organisation:
Queensland Government
Target audience:
Parents or carers
Published:
December 2017
Last reviewed:
January 2024
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