Trezise, Percy / Roughsey, Dick
Der Riese Turramulli
A picture book with a tale from the Australian Aborigenes
Translated from English by Annemarie Böll
Lamuv, Göttingen, 1990
32 pages
out of print
ages 6 and up


The Australian Aborigines tell stories about the quinkins, spirits who made mischief in the bush. The most dangerous of them was Turramulli, whose name means thunder.

 

Original: »Turramulli the Giant Quinkin« © 1982 by Percy Trezise / Dick Roughsey and William Collins, Sydney