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The cocky, the crow and the hawk : a Dreaming narrative

Author: Mudgedell, Matingali (Bridget)
Type: Book - PIC
Year: 2002
A traditional Dreamtime narrative, belonging to Matingali (Bridget) Napanangka Mudgedell from the Balgo Hills region of Western Australia. It tells the story of how the cockatoo, the crow and the hawk...
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Baby business

Author: Seymour, Jasmine
Type: Book - XX(1753027.2)
Year: 2019
Baby Business tells the story of the baby smoking ceremony that welcomes baby to country. The smoke is a blessing - it will protect the baby and remind them that they belong. This beautiful ritual is...
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Bruce Pascoe collection [audio book CD]

Author: Pascoe, Bruce, 1947-
Type: Audio Book - J AUDIO BOOK
Year: 2019
Mrs Whitlam: Marnie Clark of Curdie Vale can ride but she doesn't have a horse. She dreams of owning one and having the whole world to ride it in. Before too long Marnie is gifted Mrs Margaret...
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Yinti : desert child

Author: Lowe, Pat, 1941-
Type: Book - XX(1748340.2)
Year: 2019
The first book in the Yinti series of three books. The stories are linked in a sequence that shows Yinti's development from a young bushie to a competent station worker and adult. Yinti is a...
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Yinti's desert dog

Author: Lowe, Pat, 1941-
Type: Book - XX(1748339.2)
Year: 2019
The second book in the Yinti series. Yinti and the hunting dingo, Spinifex, walk out of the desert together and Yinti sees a white man for the first time: `Look at that kartiya,' whispered Yinti,...
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Yinti : desert cowboy

Author: Lowe, Pat, 1941-
Type: Book - XX(1748338.2)
Year: 2019
Gradually, Yinti and Wara grew accustomed to station life. They no longer ran and hid when they saw a motorcar coming along the road towards them. Desert Cowboy is the story of Yinti's return to...
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Wombat, Mudlark & other stories

Author: Milroy, Helen
Type: Book - XX(1747092.2)
Year: 2019
From a falling star to a lonely whale, an entertaining lizard to an enterprising penguin, these Indigenous stories are full of wonder, adventure and enduring friendships. Told in the style of...
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My culture and me

Author: Dreise, Gregg
Type: Book - XX(1746744.1)
Year: 2019
"Feel the rhythm of the music, from your heart down to your feet. Enjoy the movements of melodies, as clapsticks keep a strong beat. This is my culture. This is me. Beautifully written and...
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Two ways strong : Jaz's story

Type: Book - JUNIOR T
Year: 2018
Going to boarding school can be a difficult transition for many students, but for Indigenous students from remote communities, it can be quite a culture shock. In Two Ways Strong, Indigenous students...
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Clever crow

Author: Lawrence, Nina
Type: Book - PIC
Year: 2018
A warm and witty tale about a hungry crow who has to be very clever when he is searching for food. Clever Crow is presented in English and Djambarrpuynu, one of the many Yolnu languages of the...
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Dreaming soldiers

Author: Bauer, Catherine
Type: Book - PIC
Year: 2018
This book poignantly weaves tales of childhood adventures and battlefield challenges with gentle Dreaming themes.This is a touching friendship story about Jimmy and Johnno, two young Australian boys...
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Black cockatoo

Author: Merrison, Carl
Type: Book - JUNIOR M
Year: 2018
Black Cockatoo is a vignette that follows Mia, a young Aboriginal girl as she explores the fragile connections of family and culture. Mia is a 13-year-old girl from a remote community in the...
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