McRobbie, Narelle

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McRobbie was born to an Aboriginal-New Caledonian mother and Aboriginal father, and raised in the far north of Queensland. Her father died when she was a small child. When she was eight she was fostered by a white couple who encouraged her to maintain contact with her birth family.

She began writing at an early age, and now writes children's books.


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Australian Aboriginal
20th Century
21st Century
Formal, American/European-Type Fostering
School-age Years, Adolescence
Others ("Strangers")
Trans-Racial, Trans-Tribal, International or Trans-Cultural Adoption or Fostering
Parent(s) Died, Disappeared or Became Incapacitated
Always in Contact or Knew Identities
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