An engaging story that is set in two perspectives - that of a young girl living in Australia, and that of a young Aboriginal child living hundreds of years ago. This book has some great talking points and is full of wonderful illustrations, great for fours and fives.

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This story of Dunbi the owl is a classic children's book. Told by Daisy Utemorrah of the Worora people near Mowanjum, great for fours and fives.

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This story tells us how the possum got its scaly-tail and the echidna got its spikes. Great for fours and fives.

Scaly-Tailed Possum and Echidna by Cathy Goonack, available at Book Depository with free delivery worldwide.

A traditional book for five year old's. This beautifully illustrated story, from the Yuin people of Wallaga Lake, New South Wales, tells the tale of Bangu the Flying Fox, and the lesson she learns about sticking by her friends. With the permission of the elders of Wallaga Lake, their people's story is retold in this form so that children everywhere can share it and learn from it.

Booktopia has Bangu the Flying Fox, A Dreamtime Story of the Yuin People of Wallaga Lake by Jillian Taylor. Buy a discounted Paperback of Bangu the Flying Fox online from Australia's leading online bookstore.

The Snake and the Boy is a tale of the school playground with an intriguing twist. As children play football beneath a sea-blue sky, one boy takes to the bars in the playground, only to have a cunning green tree snake sneak in and steal his apple. Great for fours and fives, children everywhere will relate to this endearing story.

The Snake and the Boy is a tale of the school playground with an intriguing twist. As children play football beneath a sea-blue sky, one boy takes to the bars in the playground, only to have a cunning green tree snake sneak in and steal his apple. Great for fours and fives, children everywhere will relate to this endearing story.

Every morning Uncle Tobias goes fishing, joined by two little boys. Together they spend the day moving from one place to another from the beach, to the bridge and the mangroves on the outskirts of the city and back to the edge of the city. Along the way they meet other friends of Uncle Tobias and listen to stories about Uncle Tobias' ancestors and other times. This book is about old and new cultures that exist side by side, about people enjoying ordinary things and accepting each other.

You and Me: Our Place. You and Me: Our place is about difference - old and new cultures that exist side by side - but more importantly it is about sameness. By Leonie Norrington and Dee Huxley. Located at CL/NORR

Frogmouth isn't like other birds. She doesn't want to live in the trees and she is in search of something more. Only when she meets Moon and hears his intriguing offer can she finally find her true home. This book is full of colourful artwork and is great for fours and fives.

How Frogmouth Found Her Home by Ambelin Kwaymullina, available at Book Depository with free delivery worldwide.

As a young boy growing up in Broome, Joshua Button spent many weekends fishing and crabbing in the mangroves of Roebuck Bay with his family. A delightful blend of art and story that captures the special feeling and sounds of the mangroves and the joys of crabbing.

Joshua Button is a young Indigenous author with a keen interest in the saltwater country he has grown up in. His observations of his family’s fishing trip to Crab Creek give us a unique opportunity to see this adventure through his eyes. Joshua’s illustra

This book, great for little boys and all fours and fives is about a little, lost crocodile called Cranky. Cranky meets a whole bunch of different animals as he tries to find his way back to his mother and siblings. A great read by an Aboriginal man and father from Queensland.

Cranky the Crocodile by Gavin Delacour, available at Book Depository with free delivery worldwide.

Bungaroo is the Australian Yidin peoples' word for turtle. Bip the snapping Bungaroo is renowned for his very loud SNAP! When Bip awakes one day to find he can't snap any more, the adventure begins to unravel the mystery behind Bip's missing snap. This is a colourful book for four's and five's.

Bip the Snapping Bungaroo by Narelle McRobbie, available at Book Depository with free delivery worldwide.

A classic book with great pictures for under fives, this book is based on a story told by Bardi woman Mary Albert to Aboriginal children living in Broome, Western Australia.

Fishpond Australia, Aboriginal Story: How the Birds Got Their Colours by Mary Albert Pamela Lofts. Buy Books online: Aboriginal Story: How the Birds Got Their Colours, ISBN Mary Albert Pamela Lofts

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