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Clancy The Courageous Cow

This story is about inclusion, that maybe difference is not deficit but simply provides a wealth of strengths and capacities that can be shared for the good of us all.

This insightful take on difference is expressed by young author Lachie Hume who at 12 years old wrote this story for a school project which was eventually published.

Winner of two national awards this story Clancy the Courageous Cow is a fun story about being different and about getting along.

Clancy The Courageous Cow

Author: Lachie Hulme

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