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      2019 Angkitja Calendar

      AUD$12.45

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      The world's most beautiful calendar! Our Angkitja (Nng-ket-cha) Calendar presents twelve of the most outstanding contemporary central Australian Aboriginal artworks with their stories. it also includes a Central Arrernte seasonal calendar, Australian and International holidays, and days of the week in English, French and German.

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      2019 Angkitja Hardcover Diary

      AUD$14.95

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      Angkitja- Pronounced Nng-ket-cha - is the Eastern, Central and Western Arrernte word for "keeping information safe for the future".

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      2019 Angkitja Softcover Diary

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      Angkitja- Pronounced Nng-ket-cha - is the Eastern, Central and Western Arrernte word for "keeping information safe for the future".

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      A Learner's Guide to Warumungu

      AUD$27.95

      Warumungu the language spoken in and around Tennant Creek has lent its name (in other spellings) to a suburb of Canberra and a battleship.

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      A Remote Possibility - Imparja Television.

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      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)

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      A Guide to the Dreaming Tracks and Sites of Alice Springs

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      A4 Angkitja Journal - Robin

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      An addition to the Angkitja products (diary, calendar and greeting cards), the A4 Angkitja Journal maintains the same high production values and rich content of its sister publications, and showcases the culture and art of Central Australia.

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      A4 Angkitja Journal - Robin (boxes of 10)

      AUD$119.50

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      An addition to the Angkitja products (diary, calendar and greeting cards), the A4 Angkitja Journal maintains the same high production values and rich content of its sister publications, and showcases the culture and art of Central Australia.

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      A4 Angkitja Journal - Young

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      An addition to the Angkitja products (diary, calendar and greeting cards), the A4 Angkitja Journal maintains the same high production values and rich content of its sister publications, and showcases the culture and art of Central Australia.

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      A4 Angkitja Journal - Young (boxes of 10)

      AUD$119.50

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      An addition to the Angkitja products (diary, calendar and greeting cards), the A4 Angkitja Journal maintains the same high production values and rich content of its sister publications, and showcases the culture and art of Central Australia.

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      Aboriginal Ex-servicemen of Central Australia

      AUD$10.95

      • Honour roll of all Aboriginal people from Central Australia who have served in the armed services • Eight testimonies from Central Australian ex-servicemen • World War II in pictures • Vietnam campaign in pictures.

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      Aboriginal Languages of Central Australia

      AUD$12.95

      • four full-colour maps that show the main languages and dialects spoken in different parts of Central Australia and how they relate to each other. • a list of Aboriginal communities and their locations • commonly used in alternative community names • a guide to the pronunciation of each language name • the number of speakers of each language and a guide to which languages are in daily use.

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      Alone on the soaks

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      As a child I had no mother's arms to hold me. No father to lead me into the world. Us taken-away kids only had each other. All of us damaged and too young to know what to do. We had strangers standing over us…Many of us grew up hard and tough. Others were explosive and angry. A lot grew up just struggling to cope at all. They found their peace in other institutions or alcohol. Most of us learnt how to occupy a small space and avoid anything that looked like trouble. We had few ideas about relationships. No one showed us how to be lovers or parents. How to feel safe loving someone when that risked them being taken away and leaving us alone again.

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      Alyawarr Colouring Book

      AUD$6.95

      Alyawarr cultural scenes for children aged 3+ to colour in Alyawarr descriptions.

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      Alyawarr Picture Dictionary

      AUD$29.95

      Alyawarr language, is spoken every day by 1500 people in Central Australia. Most speakers live North – East of Alice Springs, spreading over the QLD border. Alyawarr -speaking communities include Awerrethel (Canteen Creek), Alepeyewenh (Hatches Creek), Epenarra, Ilperrelhelam (Lake Nash) and Mt Isa.

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      Alyawarr to English Dictionary - Second Edition

      AUD$69.95

      This 442-page dictionary records the language of the Alyawarr people and includes over 5500 entries with: example sentences in Alyawarr and English; an English to Alyawarr Word Finder; an introduction to Alyawarr sounds, pronunciation, spelling and grammar; tables of pronouns and word endings; an index of scientific names for birds, frogs, snakes and lizards, insects, mammals and plants; and an explanation of the Alyawarr kinship system.

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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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      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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      Arrernte Colouring Book

      AUD$6.95

      Arrernte cultural scenes for children aged 3+ to colour in Arrernte descriptions.

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      Big River Country

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      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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      Billy Benn

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      I look back with my spirit and see the land before man Billy Benn Perrurle

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      Blind Moses: Aranda man of high degree and Christian evangelist

      AUD$34.95

      This is the story of Moses Tjalkabota, an Aranda man and the first Aboriginal pastor of Central Australia. It is based on Moses' autobiography, and written by Peter Latz who grew up with Moses, speaks Aranda, and provides the context to help build greater love and understanding.

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      Bushfires and Bushtucker

      AUD$48.95

      This is the most comprehensive survey ever published of desert plant uses. Pitjantjatjara, Warlpiri, Arrernte, Pintupi and many other Central Australian Aboriginal peoples have shared their knowledge with lifelong Centralian Peter Latz to produce this lively and accessible book.

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      Central & Eastern Anmatyerr to English Dictionary

      AUD$69.95

      The Central & Eastern Anmatyerr to English dictionary is ideal for both beginners and advanced speakers of Anmatyerr, for translators, and for anyone interested in learning more about Aboriginal languages and culture.

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      Central Anmatyerr Picture Dictionary

      AUD$29.95

      Anmatyerr language, is spoken every day by about 2000 people in Central Australia. Most speakers live 200km North of Alice Springs. Anmatyerr -speaking communities include Yuelamu (Mt Allen), Ti-Tree, Laramba, Pulardi, Pine Hill, Wilora, Adelaide Bore and Pmara Jutunta (Ywerternt).