We're all Australians now

AB (Banjo) Paterson, illustrated by Mark Wilson SHOP:9780732296476

In 1915 Banjo Paterson wrote as an open letter to the troops a poem he titled 'We're all Australians now'

It followed in the tradition of children's classics such as Mulga Bill’s bicycle and Click go the shears and The man from Snowy River Illustrated by Mark Wilson, this moving and beautiful picture book is a timely contribution to the First World War Centenary.

Written for young readers aged 4-8 years

Hard cover, illustrated, 32 pages.

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