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Noongar Boodja Waangkan Noongar Boodja Waangkan

Noongar Boodja Waangkan

Noongar Boodja Waangkan: Noongar First WordsJayden Boundry, Illustrated by Tyrown Waigana Wandjoo...

Noongar Boodja Waangkan: Noongar First WordsJayden Boundry, Illustrated by Tyrown Waigana Wandjoo Noongar boodja - welcome to Noongar Country! Noongar is the language of the Noongar nation and is spoken by 14 different groups across the south-west corner of Western Australia. Written in Noongar and English, this fully illustrated collection of first Noongar words includes family, plants, animals, emotions, colours, numbers and more, with an audio link guide for pronunciation. ‘… a great way f...

$24.95

Djilba Season Print Djilba Season Print

Djilba Season Print

From Djarliny's Noongar Six Seasons collection 'Djilba Season' "Djilba season is one of the Noong...

From Djarliny's Noongar Six Seasons collection 'Djilba Season' "Djilba season is one of the Noongar six seasons and represents the months of August and September. It is the season that is known as the second rain and the 'Season of Conception'. During this season, fire/karl is the source of warmth and the spiritual connection to country/boodja. This season displays a pattern of cool, cold and rainy weather, along with the occasional fine day. The beginning of the Djilba season is cold, howeve...

$195.00

Reconciliation Memoirs with Richard Walley

Reconciliation Memoirs with Richard Walley

Reconciliation Memoirs with Dr Richard Walley OAMWritten in collaboration with Victoria Laurie Ea...

Reconciliation Memoirs with Dr Richard Walley OAMWritten in collaboration with Victoria Laurie Each year, Reconciliation WA produces the memoirs of a long-standing champion in the reconciliation movement. This year they sat down with Dr Richard Walley OAM to present his Reconciliation Memoirs, written in collaboration with Victoria Laurie. Dr Walley is a Noongar man and respected Elder, musician, and cultural leader who has been instrumental in the reconciliation movement in Australia. Dr Wal...

$19.95

Ngirramanujuwal: The Art and Country of Jimmy Pike Ngirramanujuwal: The Art and Country of Jimmy Pike

Ngirramanujuwal: The Art and Country of Jimmy Pike

Ngirramanujuwal: The Art and Country of Jimmy PikeAustralian Institute of Aboriginal and Torres S...

Ngirramanujuwal: The Art and Country of Jimmy PikeAustralian Institute of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Studies (AIATSIS) Ngirramanujuwal is one who adds colour. Walmajarri man Jimmy Pike (c. 1940–2002) manifests colour as strokes of ink on paper: the saturated hues of the desert sky at dusk, and the glimmers of the sun on the water’s surface. His vivid and exceptional drawing, painting and printing skills reveal the desert as a place teeming with colourful life, history and stories. ...

$44.95

Reconciliation Memoirs with Fred Chaney

Reconciliation Memoirs with Fred Chaney

Reconciliation Memoirs with Fred Chaney in conversation with Victoria Laurie The Hon Fred Chaney ...

Reconciliation Memoirs with Fred Chaney in conversation with Victoria Laurie The Hon Fred Chaney AO’s commitment to social justice, and his belief in the equal value of all people, has driven a long and passionate career in advancing the reconciliation movement in Australia. The 2022 launch of the 'Reconciliation Memoirs with Fred Chaney' captures his handover notes from sixty years in the Reconciliation movement. Written by Victoria Laurie.

$19.95

Making Australian History

Making Australian History

Making Australian HistoryAnna Clark A bold and expansive history that traces the changing and con...

Making Australian HistoryAnna Clark A bold and expansive history that traces the changing and contested project of Australia's national story. You will think about this country differently after reading this book. Australian history has been revised and reinterpreted by successive generations of historians, writers, governments and public commentators, yet there has been no account of the ways it has changed, who makes history, and how. 'Making Australian History' responds to this critical ga...

$34.95

Day Break

Day Break

Day BreakAmy McQuire, illustrated by Matt Chun 'Day Break' is the story of a family making their ...

Day BreakAmy McQuire, illustrated by Matt Chun 'Day Break' is the story of a family making their way back to Country on January 26. We see the strength they draw from being together, and from sharing stories as they move through a shifting landscape. The story refocuses the narratives around ‘Australia Day’ on Indigenous survival and resistance, and in doing so honours the past while looking to the future. Confronting yet truthful, painful yet full of hope, 'Day Break' is a crucial story that...

$24.95

Respect Respect

Respect

RespectAunty Fay Muir and Sue Lawson, illustrated by Lisa Kennedy Our Way is old. Older than the ...

RespectAunty Fay Muir and Sue Lawson, illustrated by Lisa Kennedy Our Way is old. Older than the red earth. Older than flickering stars. Our way is respect. A tender, thoughtful story reminding us to respect others and respect ourselves. Part of the Our Place series which welcomes children to culture. 'Dream team Aunty Fay Muir and Sue Lawson, who previously brought us the excellent Nganga: Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander words and phrases, have collaborated with artist Lisa Kennedy to ...

$27.95

The Oldest Foods on Earth

The Oldest Foods on Earth

The Oldest Foods on Earth: A History of Australian Native Foods with RecipesJohn Newton 'This is ...

The Oldest Foods on Earth: A History of Australian Native Foods with RecipesJohn Newton 'This is a book about Australian food, not the foods that European Australians cooked from ingredients they brought with them, but the flora and fauna that nourished the Aboriginal peoples for over 50,000 years. It is because European Australians have hardly touched these foods for over 200 years that I am writing it.' - John Newton We celebrate cultural and culinary diversity, yet shun foods that grew her...

$29.95

Country: Future Fire, Future Farming

Country: Future Fire, Future Farming

Country: Future Fire, Future FarmingBruce Pascoe and William Leonard Gammage, edited by Margo Nea...

Country: Future Fire, Future FarmingBruce Pascoe and William Leonard Gammage, edited by Margo Neale What do you need to know to prosper as a people for at least 65,000 years? The First Knowledges series provides a deeper understanding of the expertise and ingenuity of Indigenous Australians. For millennia, Indigenous Australians harvested this continent in ways that can offer contemporary environmental and economic solutions. Bill Gammage and Bruce Pascoe demonstrate how Aboriginal people cul...

$24.95

Somebodys Land: Welcome to Our Country Somebodys Land: Welcome to Our Country

Somebodys Land: Welcome to Our Country

Somebody's Land: Welcome to Our CountryAdam Goodes and Ellie Laing, illustrated by David Hardy 'F...

Somebody's Land: Welcome to Our CountryAdam Goodes and Ellie Laing, illustrated by David Hardy 'For thousands and thousands of years, Aboriginal people lived in the land we call Australia. The land was where peoplebuilt their homes,played in the sun, and sat together to tell stories. When the white people came, they called the land Terra Nullius.They said it was nobody's land.But it was somebody's land.' 'Somebody's Land' is an invitation to connect with First Nations culture, to acknowledge ...

$24.95

The First Scientists The First Scientists

The First Scientists

The First Scientists: Deadly Inventions and Innovations from Australia's First PeoplesCorey Tutt ...

The First Scientists: Deadly Inventions and Innovations from Australia's First PeoplesCorey Tutt 'The First Scientists' is the highly anticipated, illustrated science book from Corey Tutt of DeadlyScience. With kids aged 7 to 12 years in mind, this book will nourish readers’ love of science and develop their respect for Indigenous knowledge at the same time. Have you ever wondered what the stars can tell us? Did you know the seasons can be predicted just by looking at subtle changes in nature...

$32.95