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Our Island Holiday ... by Sal Davies and the Children of Norfolk Island

Thursday, October 31, 2019
A Children's treasury of their holidays on Norfolk Island. This book was written for two reasons. The main one being that my own children were lucky enough to spend some of their childhood on Norfolk Island, where they were able to enjoy the simple pleasures of life and play naturally as children should do.

I also wanted to present the Norfolk language to children and others in an understandable and easy to read format. 

The Norfolk language was developed on Pitcairn Island and spoken by the families of the Bounty mutineers and their Tahitian wives. It is a mixture of 18th century English and Tahitian. The language is still spoken today on both Pitcairn and Norfolk Islands.


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