Keeping the Wanjinas Fresh: Sam Woolagoodja and the Enduring Power of Lalai is the story of the people of the Wanjinas and their unbroken living cosmology of Lalai- the Dreaming- manifested most memorably in the dazzling giant Wanjina designed by Donny Woolagoodja for the opening ceremony of the Sydney ...Show more
JOE SKYRNSKI, CO-FOUNDER CHAMP EQUITY: 'A must read for every Australian! Drawn from the diaries of European explorers, it comprehensively explodes the self-serving myth we perpetrated about Terra Nullius, that the first Australians were hunter-gatherer savages with no traits of civilisation. Pascoe cle ...Show more
A first in sporting literature, "The Aboriginal Soccer Tribe" is the largely untold story of Aboriginal involvement with the world game. The acceptance that Aboriginal players found within the post-World War II migrant communities had a profound impact on their lives. The multicultural environment of Au ...Show more
Based on a Torres Strait Islander creation story with illustrations by 18-year-old Tori-Jay Mordey. Bakir (rock) and Mar (storm bird) live on a remote island called Egur with their two young children. While fishing on the beach Bakir comes across a very special pelican (Bakirs totem is a pelican) named ...Show more
When only nine years old, Hylton Laurel wrote and illustrated this story about the cocky, heroic frog who becomes a legend of the Noonkanbah Crossing. Hylton is from Millijidee, a tiny, remote community in the WA Kimberley. Ages 5+.
Ruby Moonlight, a novel of the impact of colonisation in mid north South Australia around 1880. The main character, Ruby, refugee of a massacre, shelters in the woods where she befriends an Irishman trapper. The poems convey how fear of discovery is overcome by the need for human contact, which, in a te ...Show more
Category: Rock Art
A description of Kimberley rock art, focusing on Bradshaw and Wandjina paintings. Contains 148 photographs, drawings and charts.
How does a young girl with a yearning for adventure get to the moon? Why, she climbs the staircase of course! In this book, a young girl and her grandfather sneak away from home one night in a bid to climb the staircase to the moon.