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      Eastern and Central Arrernte Picture Dictionary

      AUD$ 29.95

      Arrernte language, is the traditional language of Mparntwe (Alice Springs). Arrernte is spoken every day by about 2000 people in the Alice Springs region. Most speakers live all over Central Australia. Arrernte -speaking communities include Mparntwe (Alice Springs), Ltyentye Apurte (Santa Teresa) Artekerre (Harry Creek), Blank Tank, Sandy Bore, Athenge Lhere (16 Mile), Atitjere (Harts Range), Bonya, Eaglebeak, Ammoonguna, Akarnenhe and Atula

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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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      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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      Kaytetye Picture Dictionary

      AUD$ 29.95

      Kaytetye is the language and name of the people whose traditional lands are about 300km north of Alice Springs.

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      Kaytetye to English Dictionary

      AUD$ 69.95

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

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      Learners Guide to Kaytetye

      AUD$ 49.50

      Kaytetye is an endangered Central Australian language — this learner’s guide has been specifically designed to help with its survival. Includes structured dialogues and exercises and comes with two audio CDs that give practical instruction in the basics of the Kaytetye language.

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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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      Lives of the Papunya Tula Artists

      AUD$ 69.95

      A modern classic! This one-of-a-kind reference presents the history of Australia’s world-renowned Western Desert art movement through 220 meticulously-researched biographies of the artists who founded it. It is essential for collectors of Aboriginal art, and for all interested in the roots of Australian art, culture and creativity.

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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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      Living on Medicine

      AUD$ 21.95

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      Luritja Picture Dictionary

      AUD$ 29.95

      Luritja language, is spoken every day by about 2000 people in Central Australia. Most speakers live North-West from Alice Springs, spreading to the Western Australian border. Luritja -speaking communities include Papunya, Haasts Bluff, Mt Liebig, Browns Bore and Kintore

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      Mingkiri

      AUD$ 19.95

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

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      Ngaanyatjarra Learner's Guide (inc CD)

      AUD$ 29.95

      Ngaanyatjarra and Ngaatjatjarra are spoken in the central east of Western Australia, near the border of the Northern Territory and South Australia. This is an essential resource for residents and visitors to Central Australia and is accompanied by an audio CD. This Learner's guide also accompanies the Ngaanyatjarra & Ngaatjatjarra to English Dictionary

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      Ngaanyatjarra Picture Dictionary

      AUD$ 29.95

      Ngaanyatjarra language, is spoken every day by about 1000 people in Western Australia. Most speakers live just over the Western Australia border west of Central Australia. Ngaanyatjarra -speaking communities include Tjukurla, Warakurna (Giles), Papulankutja (Blackstone), Mantamaru (Jameson), Irruntja (Wingellina) and Mirlirrtjarra (Warburton).

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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.

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      Sweet Guy

      AUD$ 19.95

      Jared Thomas is a Nukunu person of the Southern Flinders Ranges and upper Spencer Gulf who was born and raised in Port Augusta. Jared has a Masters in English from Adelaide University. His first play ‘Flash Red Ford’ toured Uganda and Kenya in 1999 and his last work ‘Love Land and Money’ was featured during the 2002 Adelaide Fringe Festival. Jared is involved in various levels of film writing editing and production as well as being heavily involved in the Nukunu cultural heritage language and art projects.

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      Take Power

      AUD$ 24.95

      An Anthology Celebrating Twenty Years of Land Rights in Central Australia This collection of stories is a resounding tribute to the strength of traditional Aboriginal Law and culture and to the workers for land rights who have helped shape the social and political landscape of a nation. Contributors include Geoff Eames Pat Dodson Gough Whitlam Sir Edward Woodward and Paul Memmott.

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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