Redreaming Blinky Bill



I have  begun a spoken word project to read Blinky Bill and record it for my grandson Hunter.  HERE is chapter 1. If you haven't heard of Blinky Bill before .... go here

http://soundcloud.com/wendy-bandurskimiller/blinky

While telling the adventures of Blinky Bill, a naughty little boy in the form of a koala, the stories also present messages of conservation. Blinky Bill is known for his mischievousness and his love for his mother. His friends include his adopted sister Nutsy, his kangaroo friend Splodge, his platypus friend Flap, Marcia the marsupial mouse, and his mentor Mr Wombat or Wombo, as Blinky prefers to call him. In general throughout the stories he does things that are realistic for koalas as well as things that child readers would like to do. Wall tells the stories directly to the children and Blinky often interacts with the readers in an introduction. Her dedications are often to 'All the Kind Children', with her own son Peter and other common Australian names of the 1930s appearing. The books are also fully illustrated by Dorothy Wall herself.

There is also a copy of the book for those interested at project Gutenberg 


I will add subsequent links for the next chapters on this page or follow me on soundcloud.


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