Without the support of the
children, staff and parents of Pulteney Grammar School in Adelaide the
peace-building activities would never have been created.
A very special thank you needs to go to the child authors whose wonderful
stories have been presented in this book, and to the present Assistant Principal, Mrs
Mandy Hore, the previous Assistant Principal, Mr Christopher Duncan (presently
Principal of Lindisfarne Anglican School, Tweed Heads), the previous Prep School
Librarian Mrs Christine Giles and teachers Mr Rodger Koschade, Mr Stephen
Vincent, Mr Paul Hodgins and Ms Vanessa Couche.
Lyn Huddy, Leon Huddy, Peter Kasser, Michelle Hodgins, Paul Hodgins, Hamid
Hossaini, Robyn Ewing, David Smith and Dennis Mason thank you for
believing in the dream.
We are extremely grateful
for the support given by Dr Jane Goodall, Mary Lewis and Dr Ralph Summy.
Ann Mason Dec 08.
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