By Anne Kerr. Sorry Sorry could be a first step of informing these young children of a significant aspect of Australian history, with age appropriate illustrations and dialogue. This book could also be an introduction to understanding the journey of reconciliation with Australia’s First Peoples.

Sorry Sorry could be a first step of informing these young children of a significant aspect of Australian history, with age appropriate illustrations and dialogue.

Building Bridges book and DVD pack - Building bridges: Literacy development in young Indigenous children builds the bridge between what Indigenous parents and their communities see as important about what their young children know and are able to do, and the teaching and learning process currently followed in preschools.

Building Bridges book and DVD pack - Building bridges: Literacy development in young Indigenous children builds the bridge between what Indigenous parents and their communities see as important about what their young children know and are able to do, and the teaching and learning process currently followed in preschools.

By Angela May George and Owen Swan “I’m called an asylum seeker; but that’s not my name” … A little girl flees her homeland, making a long and treacherous boat journey with her mother to seek asylum in Australia. Starting a new life is challenging, but they work hard to create a new home. Told from the little girl’s point of view, the story is both heartbreaking and triumphant, allowing timely and sensitive discussion of what drives people to become refugees and the challenges they face.

Out by Angela May George, Illustrated by Owen Swan / Book Week 2017 Picture Book of the Year Shortlist Book / Miss Jenny's Classroom

By Karen Martin Just as our visions will be the present of some young Aboriginal children who are not yet born, these will be made real through our voices and actions right now. The question begs to be asked: ‘What kind of people do we want those children of the future to remember us as being?’

Voices and visions: Aboriginal early childhood education in Australia - Early Childhood Australia Shop


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