Kane/Miller Book Publishers, Sep 1, 1994 - Juvenile Nonfiction - 48 pages
A unique, intimate history of Australia, featuring colorful illustrations and maps, starts in 1988 and works its way back two hundred years to 1788, telling the history of one particular place through the generations of children who have lived there.
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My Place tells the story of girl's house. It starts with the girl living there in the present time. Then it works backward in time to other children who lived in that same place. It goes by decades all the way back to 1788. The book really gives a feel for what life was like for children in each time period. I found myself wondering about the history of my own place as I read it.
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. I have just spent a delightful forty-five minutes reading the children's book “My Place”. Winner of many awards in its home continent of Australia, it is fully worthy of all of them. What a joy and ...