Mark of the Wagarl

The Mark of the Wagarl is the popular new edition of a traditional story from the Nyoongar people of the south-west of Western Australia.

Once there was a boy by Dub Leffler

Once there was a boy is a universal story of friendship, temptation and reconciliation. This whimsical picture book is the touching story of a little boy wit.

Once there was a Boy by Dub Leffler - a look inside the book

Once There Was a Boy by Dub Leffler, Magabala Books.

Ubby's Underdogs by Brenton McKenna - a little tease

The small pearling settlement of Broome thrives with eccentric small town characters, mythical creatures and fantastic beasts in Brenton's McKenna's first bo.

Gregg Dreise - Proud to be an Australian Indigenous teacher - YouTube

This Project is funded by the Australian Government through the More Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Teachers Initiative.

Profile of Magabala Books from Creative Partnerships Australia. Over the last few years, Broome-based Magabala Books has raised its profile with philanthropic foundations and potential donors. Seeking to raise money for specific projects and new initiatives, philanthropic contributions are beginning to make a real difference, meeting essential funding shortfalls. This is particularly impressive for an arts organization located in remote Australia.

Profile of Magabala Books from Creative Partnerships Australia. Over the last few years, Broome-based Magabala Books has raised its profile with philanthropic foundations and potential donors. Seeking to raise money for specific projects and new initiatives, philanthropic contributions are beginning to make a real difference, meeting essential funding shortfalls. This is particularly impressive for an arts organization located in remote Australia.

Interview with Joshua Button and Robyn Wells, co-creators of 'Steve goes to Carnival' (2016), the story of a jazz-loving gorilla who lives in a zoo in Rio.

Interview with Joshua Button and Robyn Wells, co-creators of 'Steve goes to Carnival' the story of a jazz-loving gorilla who lives in a zoo in Rio.

Lorrae Coffin's song Free Diving about the Aboriginal men and women who worked as 'free divers' in the early days of WA's pearl diving industry. Features illustrations from Bronwyn Houston for Lorrae's children's picture book of the same name.

Lorrae Coffin's song Free Diving about the Aboriginal men and women who worked as 'free divers' in the early days of WA's pearl diving industry. Features illustrations from Bronwyn Houston for Lorrae's children's picture book of the same name.

Look, listen, learn and dance with Mugu Kids Host Jub. Dreams and wishes is today's theme and Aunty Sylvia Clarke teaches us some Yawuru language from WA.

Look, listen, learn and dance with Mugu Kids Host Jub. Dreams and wishes is today's theme and Aunty Sylvia Clarke teaches us some Yawuru language from WA.

Deadly D and Justice Jones – The Search is the third instalment in an award-winning series of children's books from authors Dave Hartley and former NRL player Scott Prince.

Deadly D and Justice Jones – The Search is the third instalment in an award-winning series of children's books from authors Dave Hartley and former NRL player Scott Prince.

Scott Prince and Dave Hartley - YouTube

Scott Prince and Dave Hartley

Drawing from the accounts of early explorers, Bruce asks whether Australia's first people were really 'hunter-gatherers'.

Drawing from the accounts of early explorers, Bruce asks whether Australia's first people were really hunter-gatherers.

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