First Nations Information Texts K-2

This list contains 16 titles

A Kunwinjku counting book / Gabriel Maralngurra and Felicity Wright. by Language: English, Australian languages Publisher: Brooklyn, NY : Enchanted Lion Books, 2022
Availability: No items available.
Albert Namatjira / by Vincent Namatjira. by Publisher: Broome, W.A. : Magabala Books, 2021
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Come together : things every Aussie kid should know about the First Peoples / Isaiah Firebrace ; illustrations by Jaelyn Blumalwai ; design by Keisha Leon. by Publisher: Richmond, Victoria : Hardie Grant Explore, 2022Copyright date: ©2022
Availability: Items available for loan: Conde Library (1)Collection, call number: Picture Books PB FIRE.
G is for gugunyal : a Dhurga alphabet book / written and illustrated by Leanne Brook. by Language: English, Australian languages Publisher: Acton, ACT : Aboriginal Studies Press, 2022
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Heroes, rebels and innovators : inspiring Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people from history / Karen Wyld and Jaelyn Biumaiwai. by Publisher: Melbourne : Lothian Children's Books, 2021
Availability: No items available.
Looking after country with fire : Aboriginal burning knowledge with Uncle Kuu / Victor Steffensen ; illustrated by Sandra Steffensen. by Publisher: Richmond, VIC : Hardie Grant Publishing, 2022
Availability: No items available.
Our world : Bardi Jaawi : life at Ardiyooloon / [One Arm Point Remote Community School]. by
Publication details: Broome, W.A. : Magabala, 2010
Availability: No items available.
Possum and wattle : my big book of Australian words / Bronwyn Bancroft. by
Publication details: Surry Hills, N.S.W. : Little Hare, 2008
Availability: No items available.
Tamarra : a story of termites on Gurindji Country / Violet Wadrill [and seven others] by Language: Australian languages, English Publisher: Wurundjeri Country, Richmond, Victoria : Hardie Grant Explore, 2023
Other title:
  • Story of termites on Gurindji Country
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The Dunggiirr Brothers and the caring song of the whale / Aunty Shaa Smith with Yandaarra. by Publisher: Sydney : Allen & Unwin, 2022
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The first scientists : deadly inventions and innovations from Australia's first peoples / Corey Tutt ; illustrations by Blak Douglas. by Publisher: Richmond, Vic. : Hardie Grant Publishing, 2021
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The trees : learning tree knowledge with Uncle Kuu / Victor Steffensen ; illustrated by Sandra Steffensen. by Publisher: Wurundjeri, Richmond, Victoria : Hardie Grant Explore, 2023
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Walking in Gagudju country : exploring the monsoon forest / Diane Lucas and Ben Tyler ; illustrated by Emma Long by Publisher: Sydney, N.S.W. : Allen and Unwin, 2021
Availability: No items available.
Walking with the seasons in Kakadu. by
Publication details: Crows Nest, N.S.W. : Allen & Unwin, 2003
Availability: No items available.
When I was little, like you. by
Publication details: Crows Nest, N.S.W. : Allen & Unwin, 2003
Availability: No items available.
Young dark emu : a truer history by Publisher: Broome, WA : Magabala Books, 2019
Availability: Items available for loan: Conde Library (1)Collection, call number: Non Fiction 994.0049915 PAS. Not available: Junior Library: Issued (1).

The Pymble Libraries acknowledge the Traditional Custodians of the Country on which we learn and create. We pay respect to the Elders past, present and emerging, and extend that respect to other First Nations People within the Pymble Ladies’ College community. We gain inspiration from First Nations Peoples’ enduring connection to culture, community, and story.

I would like to acknowledge the traditional Custodians of the land on which we are gathered, the Darramuragal people. And pay our respects to all elders, past, present and emerging.
As we remember that under this concrete and asphalt this land is, was and always will be sacred to Aboriginal people.

The Pymble Libraries acknowledge the Traditional Custodians of the Country on which we learn and create. We pay respect to the Elders past, present and emerging, and extend that respect to other First Nations People within the Pymble Ladies’ College community. We gain inspiration from First Nations Peoples’ enduring connection to culture, community, and story.