Secondhand. Good condition. Ex library copy with external stickers removed. General wear to book corners. Scratch to tail of front cover. Bend to tail left corner of back cover. Book has been cleaned and binding is still very good.
Born into privilege and wealth, Amanda Webster is a sixth generation Australia descended from white settlers and the third generation to grow up in Kalgoorlie.
When Amanda turned five, she started school and became friends with Aboriginal children from the nearby Kurrawang Mission. In the 1960s the time the lives of Aboriginal people were controlled by the Chief Protector and his local representatives, one of whom was Webster's own grandfather.
Forty years later, Webster returns to her hometown. She confronts her racist blunders, her cultural ignorance and her family's secret past. And so begins her journey of reconciliation and friendship, taking her into a world she hardly knew existed. (back cover)
Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander readers please note that this book may contain descriptions and/or images of people who have passed away.