An educational and heartwarming read, this story follows Mary, a young Aboriginal girl who lives on dusty cattle station. When Mary is shunned by other Indigenous girls for her fair skin, Old Ned, a community elder, comes to her rescue. Touching upon the themes of multiculturalism and prejudice, this narrative utilizes Old Ned's voice to demonstrate that family, community, country, culture, and sp...

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Top 10 indigenous authored children's books

Top Ten Indigenous-authored Children’s Books

The Burnt Stick (more here http://scaffoldingliteracy.wikispaces.com/file/view/The+Burnt+Stick+-+Anthony+Hill+(Sue+Plaistowe).pdf)

The Burnt Stick by Anthony Hill, illustrated with black and white drawings by Mark Sofilas. Published by Penguin/Viking, 1994

It's 1789, and as the new colony in Sydney Cove is established, Surgeon John White defies convention and adopts Nanberry, an Aboriginal boy, to raise as his son. Nanberry is clever and uses his unique gifts as an interpreter to bridge the two worlds he lives in.

Nanberry: Black Brother White French, Jackie 9780732290221 It’s and as the new colony in Sydney Cove is established, Surgeon John White defies convention and adopts Nanberry, an Aboriginal boy, to raise as his son. Nanberry is clever and uses his un

Going Bush with Grandpa : Paperback : Sally Morgan, Ezekiel Kwaymullina, Craig Smith : 9781742990262

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Kick with My Left Foot | The Little Big Book Club. A story about a child in an Australian indigenous community learning to play footy.Activity sheets available .Suitable 2-5 years.

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A collection of poems that provide insight into the lives of contemporary Indigenous children.

A collection of poems that provide insight into the lives of contemporary Indigenous children.

Source: http://www.worldcat.org/oclc/695902302 The year is 1788, and in the newly created colony at Sydney Cove is struggling for survival. Seen through the eyes of the colonys only surgeon and Nanberry, the Aboriginal boy adopted by Surgeon White who finds himself uncomfortably between two worlds, it is a new perspective on Australias earliest days of white settlement. Age 13+.

Nanberry: Black Brother White French, Jackie 9780732290221 It’s and as the new colony in Sydney Cove is established, Surgeon John White defies convention and adopts Nanberry, an Aboriginal boy, to raise as his son. Nanberry is clever and uses his un

Papunya School Book of Country and History- This work tells the story of how Anangu from five different language groups came to live together at Papunya. From the time of first contact with explorers, missionaries and pastoralists, through to the Papunya art movement and the Warumpi Band, the multi-layered text finally leads us to the development of the unique educational environment that is Papunya School. As an example of two-way learning, it is a profound metaphor for reconciliation.

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Dad isn't afraid of anything... except, that is, for one thing. And there's only one person who can help him overcome it. Sometimes even the bravest of the brave need a helping hand. Ages 3 .

Dad isn't afraid of anything. And there's only one person who can help him overcome it. Sometimes even the bravest of the brave need a helping hand.

Us Mob Walawurru - Central Australia, 1960s... Ruby lives on a cattle station and goes to the ‘silver bullet' school where she comes across Mr Duncan, her well-meaning teacher. Follow Ruby as she seeks to understand why two cultures are at odds with each other. The more Ruby learns, the harder the journey becomes as she is drawn back to country to uncover the secrets of her past. Written by David Spillman and Lisa Wilyuka.

Us Mob Walawurru - Central Australia, 1960s... Ruby lives on a cattle station and goes to the ‘silver bullet' school where she comes across Mr Duncan, her well-meaning teacher. Follow Ruby as she seeks to understand why two cultures are at odds with each other. The more Ruby learns, the harder the journey becomes as she is drawn back to country to uncover the secrets of her past. Written by David Spillman and Lisa Wilyuka.

Australia - Two mates Two Mates is the true story of the special mateship between two young boys who have grown up together in the coastal town of Broome in Australia’s north-west. Jack is Indigenous and Raf is a non-Indigenous boy who has spina bifida. Jack and Raf take the reader on a journey of their daily life growing up in Broome. Together they search for hermit crabs, go hunting for barni, fish for salmon, explore the markets, eat satays and dress up as superheros.

Two Mates - awesome book around friendship, difference, identity, indigenous.and a real unexpected twist at the end that I won't give away :)

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