Parker. More Australian Legendary Tales

Today's free book is More Australian Legendary Tales by Mrs. K. Langloh Parker. For the table of contents, check at the bottom of this post below the image.

The book is available at Internet Archive,  Hathi Trust, and Google Books.

The Crane and the Crow
Beereeun the Mirage Maker
Bohrah the Kangaroo and Dinewan the Emu
Gheeger Gheeger, the Cold West Wind
Bilber and Mayrah
Bralgah the Dancing Bird
How the Sun Was Made
Sturt's Desert Pea, the Blood Flower
Piggiebillah the Porcupine
Gayardaree the Platypus
How Mungghee, or Mussels, Were Brought to the Creeks
Wurrunnah's Trip to the Sea
Walloobahl the Bark Lizard
Goolayyahlee the Pelican
Mungoongarlee the Iguana and Ouyouboolooey the Black Snake
Wayambeh the Turtle and Woggoon the Turkey
Where the Frost Comes From
Bubburr the Giant Brown and Yellow Snake
The Youayah Mayamah, or Stone Frogs
A Legend of the Flowers
The Frog Heralds of the Flood
Eerin, the Small Grey Owl
The Legend of Nar-oong-owie, the Sacred Island

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