Bush Spirit

JH03
Janine & Jennifer Haig Poetry Book - Bush Spirit
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The third book "Bush Spirit" by Janine and her daughter Jennifer, featuring the winner of the prestigious Bronze Swagman Award 2003 "Not Gone" by Janine

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Bush Spirit - Book 3


The Goating Bug by Jennifer
Bush Spirit by Jennifer
Good Henry by Janine
Driving Lessons by Janine
Diamonds in the Dust by Jennifer
What is a Farmer? by Janine
The Woes of Poetic Daughterhood by Jennifer
To My Darling Daughter by Janine
The Ghost of Summer Hill by Jennifer
The Miracle House by Janine
The Average Australian by Janine
The Lighter Side of Life by Janine
Back to Camp by Jennifer
Communication by Janine
The Lovers by Jennifer
Queensland's Great by Jennifer
Map of Life by Janine

Not Gone by Janine
Haunted Dreams by Jennifer
Gone North by Jennifer
Hoping Me Freckles Would Fade by Janine
Bogged Down by Jennifer
Homeland by Jennifer
Dear Becky by Janine
Where The Hell is Eulo by Janine
Eulo by Janine
Teepees "Mid The Trees by Janine
It's A Dog's Life by Janine
Respect Or Forget by Jennifer
My Father's Hat by Janine
Hollow House by Janine
The Darling by Jennifer
The Polocrosse Masters by Janine
Yarding the Sheep by Jennifer
Modern Women Of The West by Janine
The Face Of The Dancing People by Jennifer

Still struggling to keep stock alive after three years of drought and no rain in sight, Bush Spirit is a fitting title for this new book by mother and daughter.
For the first time these two Award winning Bush Poets have compiled their poetry.  It is a mixture of humourous and serious work.

Janine has twice won the title - Ladies Australian Bush Poetry Champion and Qantas Waltzing Matilda Bush Poetry Champion in Winton. In 2003 she added the prestigious Bronze Swagman Award for Written Verse to her list of achievements, with the poem "Not Gone"

At 21, Jennifer has worked her way up through the ranks of Bush Poetry competitions. Twice Australian Junior Champion, runner-up in the Qantas Waltzing Matilda Championships.  In 1999 Jennifer won the Ladies Written Section of the Australian Bush Poetry Championships.

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