Once There was a Boy by Dub Leffler

Once There was a Boy by Dub Leffler

Once There was a Boy by Dub Leffler promotes relationship skills, forgiveness, self-management and friendship.

An aboriginal boy, who seemingly lives alone on an island, meets a girl. “The boy dropped all his sapotes on the ground in surprise – one of them landed in the girl’s hands. She took a huge bite.” 

What follows is a story of temptation, broken trust, reconciliation, forgiveness and friendship.
Once There was a Boy by Dub Leffler
Illustrator: Dub Leffler
Publisher: Magabala Books (2016)
ISBN: 9781921248375

Teaching Resources: Once There Was a Boy

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