A knowing nod from one of Dumby's close relatives gestures gratitude to Gary for coming to his best friend's funeral, despite the circumstances.
Following the death of his best friend, Gary and a close friend are able to comfort each other.
Adapted from Phillip Gwynne's novel, 'Deadly, Unna?, this Australian film tells the story of an adolescent boy struggling with family conflicts and inter-racial turmoil in the lonely fishing village where he lives. Students can watch the movie and compare with the novel, allowing them to identify, explain and challenge cultural values, including representations of gender, ethnicity, youth, age and social class.
In this episode of Reading@HomeTV, listen to a story about music and make connections to the story with 'The Flying Orchestra' by Clare McFadden. Get crafty and learn how to make a guitar out of a tissue box and other materials from around the house. There's also a rhyming story all about animals 'Funky Chicken: A Bushy Tale of Crocs and Chooks' read by the author Chris Collin. Plus, learn some animal yoga moves. Every episode of Reading@Home includes an Auslan interpreter.
Queen Victoria lovingly forces several of her children to go on Historical First Dates, Leopold Mozart retires his daughter aged 18, and the Brontes sing about Sisterhood.