4 edition of Captain Cook chased a Chook found in the catalog.
Captain Cook chased a Chook
Includes bibliographical references (p. 265-281).
|LC Classifications||GR365 .F33 1988|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xiv, 290 p. :|
|Number of Pages||290|
|LC Control Number||89192044|
James Cook () was one of the greatest in a long line of English led three famous expeditions to the Pacific Ocean (, , ) during which he made many important his major achievements were the charting of New Zealand (), the disproving of the theory that there was a massive southern continent, and the discovery of the Hawaii ().+Cook. Even in WA, which Cook never visited, we chanted playground rhymes about this: 'Captain Cook/ chased a chook/ all around Australia. Lost his pants/in the middle of France/and found them in Tasmania". There were no schoolyard ditties about Hartog, Vlamingh and Dampier, the first land on the West Australian ://
Captain Cook chased a chook all around Australia, spit his cock on a rock and ended up in Tasmania. See More David Topley added a new photo — at Captain Cook Memorial :// June Factor is a graduate of the University of Melbourne and the University of London and is currently a Senior Research Fellow at the Australian Centre, University of Melbourne. She is a well-known and highly-respected folklorist, social historian and writer, with a special interest in children's folklore and language. She is the author of the much loved children's books Far Out, Brussel
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