The land bakes . . . RED. The sun sets . . . ORANGE. The dawn glows . . . GOLD. The flowers burst . . . YELLOW. This joyous serenade to colors showing the outdoors before a storm is illustrated by Balarinji, Australia's leading Indigenous design studio.
A timeless classic from the Dreamtime. there are innumerable names and stories associated with the Rainbow Serpent, all of which communicate the significance of this being within Aboriginal traditions. Dreamtime stories tell how the Rainbow Serpent came from beneath the groun... read more
This is an expansive and generous Welcome to Country from a most respected Elder, Aunty Joy Murphy, beautifully given form by Indigenous artist Lisa Kennedy. Welcome to the traditional lands of the Wurundjeri People. We are part of this land and the land is part of us. This is... read more
Who saw Turtle? Did the whale with the slapping, splashing tail? Or the octopus with the dangly, stretchy tentacles? Maybe the fish with the glittery, shimmering scales? A glorious exploration of the amazing migration of Turtle as she travels the world and then returns home to la... read more
|Author:||Jessie Wamarla Moora; Mary Purnjurr Vanbee; Chris Aitken; Alison Lester (Illustrator); Jessie Wamarla Moora and Mary Purnjurr Vanbee|
There are 14 songs in this fabulous book, ten in Walmajarri language and four in English, all beautifully illustrated by the kids from the Yakanarra Community School. These are songs about how the Walmajarri came to Yakanarra and their... read more
Bruce Pascoe has collected a swathe of literary awards for Dark Emu and now he has brought together the research and compelling first person accounts in a book for younger readers. Using the accounts of early European explorers, colonists and farmers, Bruce Pasc... read more