Our race for reconciliation / Anita Heiss.Series: My Australian storyPublisher: Lindfield, N.S.W. : Scholastic Australia, 2017Publisher: ©2017Description: 202 pagesContent type:
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|Item type||Current library||Call number||Status||Date due||Barcode|
|Fiction||Dee Why Library||F HEIS (Browse shelf(Opens below))||Available||R01891XSLGD|
Ipswich, 2000 -- Winning isn't everything -- Still dancing like it's 1999 -- Dear Cathy -- Easter Bonnet -- Family, footy, and saying 'sorry' -- Road, tripping to Sydney -- Corroboree 2000 -- Playing tourists -- Brisbane March -- The olympics come to Ipswich -- NAIDOC Day -- Book week -- Games that bring a national together -- FBG -- A race to reconciliation.
Mel Gordon loves running, and watching Seinfeld, but mostly she loves Cathy Freeman. It's 2000 and the Olympics are going to be held in Australia. In a year of surprises, Mel finds out that Cathy Freeman is coming to talk to her school. And her family is heading to Sydney! It becomes an unforgettable journey to Corroboree 2000, bringing together all Australians as they march and sing and celebrate Australia's Indigenous heritage and also acknowledge past wrongs.