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Alan Holman

The Girl Who Talked to the Stars

Dolly Bonson was a largely unremarkable Aboriginal woman – quiet, private and an outstanding wife and mother. But the astonishing secret she kept to herself for over 60 years was that she was Bett-Bett, the Little Black Princess of the Never Never, central character in two classics of Australian literature. How she kept that secret, and her faith, in spite of incredible discrimination and hardship is the story in this inspiring book! (There is no PDF version available of this booklet.)
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Alan Holman

The Girl Who Talked to the Stars

Dolly Bonson was a largely unremarkable Aboriginal woman – quiet, private and an outstanding wife and mother. But the astonishing secret she kept to herself for over 60 years was that she was Bett-Bett, the Little Black Princess of the Never Never, central character in two classics of Australian literature. How she kept that secret, and her faith, in spite of incredible discrimination and hardship is the story in this inspiring book! (There is no PDF version available of this booklet.)
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