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Early Childhood: Aboriginal early childhood resources
Summary: What is it like to grow up Aboriginal in Australia? This anthology, compiled by award-winning author Anita Heiss, showcases many diverse voices, experiences and stories in order to answer that question. Accounts from well-known authors and high-profile identities sit alongside those from newly discovered writers of all ages. All of the contributors speak from the heart - sometimes calling for empathy, oftentimes challenging stereotypes, always demanding respect.
"The Woiwurrung Language Resource (Cards and CD) has been produced by the Wurun Child and Family Place and Yarra Ranges Council with permission from key Wurundjeri Elders."--Book.
Language Cards and CD Artist: Mandy Nicholson (Aboriginal artist, archaeologist and Woiwurrung language specialist)
"Woiwurrung - the traditional language of the Wurundjeri people"--Container.
Audio CD entitled: Woiwurrung Children's Language Cards Resource - CD.
Summary: Goodjagah, little one, walk with me.. I want to tell you our Dreaming as the Elders told it to me. Award-winning storytellers, Gunai woman Kirli Saunders and Bigambul man Dub Leffler, explore a deep love and respect for Country and all her spirits.. past, present and beyond.
Summary: Miimi Marraal, she created us,you and me ..From Gumbaynggirr artist Melissa Greenwood, of mother-daughter art and design label Miimi and Jiinda, comes a deeply felt and heart-stirring picture book about the connection between mothers, babies and Miimi Marraal, Mother Earth.
Somebody's Land is an invitation to connect with First Nations culture, to acknowledge the hurt of the past, and to join together as one community with a precious shared history as old as time. Adam Goodes and Ellie Laing's powerful words and David Hardy's pictures, full of life, invite children and their families to imagine themselves into Australia's past - to feel the richness of our First Nations' history, to acknowledge that our country was never terra nullius, and to understand what 'Welcome to Our Country' really means.
This unique DVD set includes 13 short films from The Dreaming, Aboriginal Nations' award-winning animated series. Dreaming stories: A springboard for learning records the experiences of several diverse services using the The Dreaming films to introduce young children to a huge range of concepts" -- Publisher website.