Why are they marching, Daddy?

Compiled by Di Burke. Illustrated by Elizabeth Alger. SHOP:0957795777

A picture book story of "Madi", an inquisitive young girl who attends the local Anzac Day March with her Father. The story follows questions and answers shared between them, and provides age appropriate discussion as to the meaning of the march and Anzac Day commemoration. Written for lower to middle primary age children.

Soft cover, fully illustrated, 16 pages.

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