Languages & Culture

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  • Koora-koora

    Long, long time ago

    Noongar elders think about the past and the impact of colonisation. An A3 version in Noongar Balardong only and a resource CD for teachers available. A talking book DVD is also available. N.B. the book has no English translation.

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  • Moondang-ak Kaaradjiny

    The Carers of Everything

    The first animal and human spirits must decide who will be the carers of everything. Humans are chosen and begin a journey of learning which includes both discovery and death. They have the first Dreaming about future generations, language, law and country.

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  • Windja yongka kwobidak bwoka baranginy

    How the kangaroo got his coat

    This bilingual children’s book in the Noongar Balardong language and English tells the story of how the kangaroo got his beautiful coat. An accompanying audio CD is included. A resource CD and talking book DVD are also available.

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  • Gapuwikyak dhawu

    A history of the North East Arnhem Land community of Gapuwiyak

    The history of Gapuwiyak is told from a community perspective through photographs and oral histories that tell of the struggles and satisfaction in establishing Gapuwiyak community. Compiled by assistant teachers from Gapuwiyak school.

  • Waakarl

    The Rainbow Serpent and how he brings rain

    Waakarl is the story of the Rainbow Serpent and how he brings rain to the people of Perth in the Swan River area. The book is a bilingual title in Noongar & English. There is an accompanying Noongar audio CD, Book and audio CD not sold separately. The story is also available as a Talking Book in DVD format.

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  • Nhama Gilaa Wulaa Gaay

    The frill-necked lizard and the galah

    Nhama Gilaa Wulaa Gaay - The frill-necked lizard and the galah. Ancestral knowledge of the Yuwaaliyaay people. The story tells of how the frill-necked lizard got its frills and why the galah has pink markings on its head and chest. The book is a bilingual title in Yuwaaliyaay and English.

  • Nhama Biggibilla Gaay

    The echidna story

    Nhama Biggibilla Gaay - The echidna story. Ancestral knowledge of the Yuwaaliyaay people. This story tells of how the echidna got its spines after its encounter with meat eating ants. The book is a bilingual title in Yuwaaliyaay and English.

  • Ngurrunj nga Kuwinj

    The emu and the frill-necked lizard

    Ngurrunj nga Kuwinj - The emu and the frill-necked lizard. Ancestral knowledge of the Murrawarri people. This is the story of a cruel husband (the emu) and how he mistreated his wife (the frill-necked lizard) and how they came to look like they do today. The book is a bilingual title in Murrawarri and English.

  • Ku Kukpi

    The black-headed python

    Ku Kukpi - The black-headed python tells the story of a young python who travels around the country playing with his boomerang.

    As he travels through the country he gives many places their names. The young python eventually transforms at his final resting place da Itchitka.

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  • Yawuru Purral

    Two yellow-mouth owls

    Yawuru Purral - Two yellow-mouth owls. Ancestral knowledge of the Murrawarri people. This is a tale of what happens when you eat too many wild oranges. The book is a bilingual title in Murrawarri and English.

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