′My name is Bob Randall and I′m an Anangu man from Uluru. Not many people know much about us. That′s why I want to share some things with you. Things about us. About our land. Things you may not have heard before.′ In this beautiful photographic book for young children, Bob Randall explains, in a simple but effective way, the Anangu people′s relationship to all that is around them, and why we must learn to care for the earth, its plants and its creatures. Based on the award-winning documentary KANYINI, NYUNTU NINTI, meaning ′what you should know′, teaches us about the people who are at the heart of our country.
Children′s Book Council Notable Book 2009
Bigismob Jigiwan Dog By Johanna Bell En Dion Beasley
2 in stock
Mandeitaim aibin wok la main anti kemp en yu sabi wanim aibin luk?
So begins the Kriol edition of the bestselling cheeky book set in a remote Indigenous community, romping through numbers, colours and days of the week to the hilarious finale.
Bigismob Jigiwan Dog is a fully translated Kriol version of the hit picture book Too Many Cheeky Dogs. A truly Territorian tale, this new hardcover edition faithfully translates the original English text into Kriol and provides additional pages including the English translation as well as key information on Kriol. Online support materials including audio, translation notes and teacher's guid are also available. As well as a lot of fun, Bigismob Jigiwan Dog is an important step in putting quality Kriol books into the hands of Kriol speakers while also giving wider audiences a window into a truly Australian language and way of life.
Did you know? Kriol is the most widely spoken language in the Northern Territory after English?
Maralinga The Anangu Story By Yalata Christobel Mattingley And Oak Valley Com
2 in stock
Maralinga - the Anangu story
is our story. We have told it for our children, our grandchildren and their children. We have told it for you.