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Mrs Whitlam

by Bruce Pascoe

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A horse that shares the last name of a previous Australian Prime Minister, well remembered for helping Aboriginal people take back their land. Mrs Whitlam is special. She has also just lost her previous owner to a tragic car crash. Marnie Clark can't believe her luck that she is now in charge of such an amazing horse. Together they are stronger. ( )
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Marnie Clark dreams of owning a horse and having the whole world to ride it in. But when Marnie is given a beautiful Clydesdale under tragic circumstances, she is torn between her good fortune and the pain of a mother's loss. Caught up in an adventure she could never have imagined, Marnie finds herself learning about the true meaning of heroism.… (more)

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