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      Anmatyerr Plant Stories

      AUD$ 24.95

      In their own words accompanied by English translations the Anmatyerr women of Laramba (Napperby) near Alice Springs describe their traditions of plant use. This lavish book provides fascinating insights into the relationship between Aboriginal women and their country and its numerous species of plants and flora. Includes full-colour photographs of the plants; details of silk paintings of plants by the Laramba women; two alphabetical listings of plant names: Anmatyerr

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      Arelhe-Kenhe Merrethene: Arrernte Traditional Healing

      AUD$ 24.95

      Arelhe-Kenhe Merrethene - Arrernte Traditional Healing is a comprehensive overview of the different methods of healing used by the Arrernte people of Central Australia.

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      Learning From the Land

      AUD$ 10.95

      ‘Aboriginal culture cannot be separated from the land. On the land are stories Aboriginal stories that explain why people rockholes the hills and the trees came to be there. The land is like a book, a book with lots of pages and it’s all a story for the children to learn.’

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      Living on Medicine

      AUD$ 21.95

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      On the Machine

      AUD$ 10.95

      This is a collection of stories and experiences from Aboriginal people who know about kidney disease: patients their families and communities and health workers. For Aboriginal renal patients and community members this book will be a starting point for discussion. For others it will be a revelation.

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      Punu 3rd Ed

      AUD$ 24.95

      Punu (meaning plants) provides detailed descriptions and illustrations of important plant species that Yankunytjatjara people have used for thousands of years to make food medicine utensils and weapons. This book is of great value to anyone interested in the practical uses Aboriginal people make of their environment.