About The Book
Jacob, a little Aborigine boy, lived in a remote outback town in the great state of the Northern Territory, which sits at the top end of the wonderland Australia. Jacob’s people were among the first of the Aboriginal tribes to become assimilated into the Westernized world of Australia. Jacob’s mind was always thinking of adventures he might pursue when he came of age; after all, he was now bordering on a whole six years. “Now is the time,” he thought. He would ask his parents for permission to leave sooner rather than later. Maybe he could talk his beloved old grandfather into accompanying him. Jacob went in search of his grandfather Bundi, who was also his very best friend.