Once upon a time, in a colorful town named Fitzroy, there lived a brave Aboriginal woman named Luna. Luna had big, kind eyes and loved to paintings of the sky.
Luna had a secret. She heard whispers that no one else could hear. Sometimes these whispers made it hard to remember to take her special medicine that helped her fight the sickness in her lungs.
Luna didn't like going to the big, cold hospital because it made her feel scared and alone. So she tried very hard to remember her medicine by making a fun game of checkmarks on a big, shiny calendar.
One night, Luna looked at the stars and wished for help. Suddenly, her room filled with glowing butterflies, each one carrying a little note with a tickle-your-funny-bone joke that made her giggle!
Each butterfly joke made Luna remember to take her medicine. She started feeling stronger and the whispers became friendly, telling her stories about the magical creatures in the sky.
With her newfound friends, Luna decided to paint their stories on walls all over Fitzroy. Her murals were of laughing stars, cheeky moons, and whispering winds.
Luna's laughter and art healed her heart and lungs. The whole town danced under her magical sky, never feeling scared again. And Luna knew she was never really alone.