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Kunwinjku Counting Book 123 (West Arnhem Land)
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Gabriel Maralngurra
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Kunwinjku Counting Book 123 (West Arnhem Land)

Gabriel Maralngurra


9781592702411

ENCHANTED LION


Languages » Aboriginal Languages


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Ages 3 to 8One crocodile with many sharp teeth, two snake-necked turtles swimming in a billabong, three water goannas soaking up the sun... One, two, three. Nakudji, bokenh, danjbik. Children and adults alike will enjoy learning the Kunwinjku words for crocodile, echidna, dragonfly, and more. Whether teaching you to notice when the signs that mean the fish are ready to catch or how to hunt a turtle, the fascinating Kunwinjku Counting Book offers insight into the complex ecology of West Arnhem Land and the holistic nature of Kunwinjku Aboriginal culture.

By:   Gabriel Maralngurra
Imprint:   ENCHANTED LION
Country of Publication:   United States
Dimensions:   Height: 343mm,  Width: 242mm, 
ISBN:   9781592702411
ISBN 10:   1592702414
Publication Date:   August 2019
Recommended Age:   From 3 to 8 years
Audience:   Children/juvenile ,  English as a second language
Format:   Hardback
Publisher's Status:   Forthcoming

Gabriel Maralngurra (1968) was born in Oenpelli, Australia. He belongs to the Ngalngbali clan and lives in Kudjekbinj on the West Arnhem Land in the Northern Territory. He likes to paint billabong scenes with freshwater animals and likes the djang (creation stories) of his country. He is an ambassador and intercultural mediator for Kunwinjku culture, having worked many years as a fabric screenprinter and designer, a tour guide, Kunwinjku-English translator, Injalak Arts board member and chairperson, and now Co-Manager of Injalak Arts. I really wanted to do this book to make children happy. I made it so they can learn about the animals--how they live and what they eat and how we catch them. Also how they tell us about the seasons here. I want to share my culture in Kunwinjku and English and help children learn how to count.

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