The true story of a young girl's search for identity and desire to understand her Aboriginality. Seven-year-old Sarah goes to her great-grandmother and asks questions about her family. This universal feel-good story looks at how family history shapes our childhood journeys.
Paperback 32 pages
Robyn Templeton is a Yamatji woman who has had many public exhibitions of her artwork. She wrote Tell Me Why with her daughter, Sarah, in response to her questions and personal journey. She recalls feeling the same way and hopes that their book will help other children, or adults, who are exploring their identity.
Sarah Jackson began to question her family background when she was just a little girl. She knew she was Aboriginal but was confused about her white skin. By talking with her Nana and Grandma, Sarah embarked on a journey of self-discovery which inspired her to collaborate with her mother, Robyn Templeton, on a children's story about identity.
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