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      A Remote Possibility - Imparja Television

      AUD$ 27.95

      This is a struggle against all odds – a story of heroes, densely populated with strong characters, both for and against the Imparja’s existence and its survival. Wendy Bell tells the story with all its twists, reversals and passions.

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      A Town Like Mparntwe (Reprint)

      AUD$ 12.95

      A Guide to the Dreaming Tracks and Sites of Alice Springs

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      Anpernirrentye Kin and Skin - Talking about family in Arrernte

      AUD$ 27.95

      The first step-by-step explanation of the system of relationships that link land, language, family and Dreamings in an Aboriginal culture! This reliable guidebook by an Arrernte elder and a university professor will help everyone develop a deeper understanding. Includes online pronunciation.

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      Big River Country

      AUD$ 16.95

      Stories from Elsey Station Told by Amy Dirngayg, Betty Lardy, Jackeroo Lirrawi, Jessie Roberts, Lulu Jilimbirrnga, Mary Nurniyn, Rita Morgan, Sheila Conway, Splinter Harris and compiled by Francesca Merlan.

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      Everything Comes from the Land

      AUD$ 9.95

      Land, kinship and people hold country together. Kinship connects everything together, kinship is the roots and veins of land and life. Language is the custodian and soul of the land. Language identifies who you are, what we do. Elders hold sacredness of the land.

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      Growing Up Kaytetye

      AUD$ 24.95

      The simple yet compelling stories are accompanied by drawings photographs and maps and reveal much about Kaytetye religion history social structure and language and the warmth strength and determination of the Kaytetye people.

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      Guruma Story

      AUD$ 27.95

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      Iwenhe Tyerrtye

      AUD$ 34.95

      Margaret Kemarre Turner OAM is a proud mother, grandmother and great-grandmother. These responsible relationships are her primary motivation to document for younger Aboriginal people, alongside her student and alere Barry McDonald Perrurle, her cultured understanding of the deep intertwining roots that hold all Australian Aboriginal people:

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      Kaytetye Country

      AUD$ 21.95

      An Aboriginal history of the Barrow Creek area compiled and edited by Grace Koch and translations by Harold Koch.

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      Listen Deeply, Let These Stories In

      AUD$ 39.95

      Listen deeply, let these stories in is a jewel. Resplendent, moving, and fascinating, it is a perfect beginner's guide to Arrernte art and culture and a cultural document of unusual breadth at the same time, whether your interest lies in art, history, or linguistics. It is a delight to come across a book that offers you so many reasons to take it home with you, and promises so many varied hours of enjoyment. Will Owen - Review

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      Living Alongside the Animals

      AUD$ 12.95

      Features Yankunytjatjara and other South Australian Aboriginal cultural knowledge of local fauna, and affectionate personal stories told by respected elders about human and animal interactions. Attractive to local and tourist readers, 9+.

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      Mingkiri

      AUD$ 19.95

      Mingkiri the best available guide to the natural history of Uluru.

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      The Flaming Desert

      AUD$ 32.95

      Peter Latz dispels convincingly the view that the desert is timeless and unchanging, leading the reader along the path of reading country through acute field observations combined with the latest in satellite image interpretation and computer studies of vegetation

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      Unte Nthenharenye? (Where do you come from?)

      AUD$ 15.00

      An Arrernte Curriculum Project which features a book and audio cassette of eight contemporary Arrernte songs. A fun songbook for children and helpful for those learning Arrernte.

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      Warlpiri Women's Voices

      AUD$ 21.95

      Warlpiri karnta karnta-kurlangu yimi Our lives our history Stories collected by Georgina Napangardi Janet Nakamarra Long and edited by Petronella Vaarzon-Morel In Warlpiri Women’s Voices Aboriginal women tell the stories of their lives and history on the Lander River in Central Australia.

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      Women's Stories from Laramba

      AUD$ 19.95

      Celebrated singers and dancers the Laramba women share their stories of hunting of ceremony and of moving across the country. Their rich and detailed knowledge of their environment — the plants animals water sources and bush medicines — is told in Western Anmatyerr and English.