1135 books (57 pages) in this category
by a W Reed
Aboriginal Myths, Legends amp; Fables presents a wealth of poetic and imaginative tales from Aboriginal cultural heritage. While retelling the stories simply, this book captures the mystical bonds that exist between Aboriginal people, their ...
by Reed A W
An enthralling collection of Aboriginal traditional talesAboriginal Stories of Australia is an enthralling collection of traditional tales that date back to the beginning of time. Learn how Yhi the sun goddess introduced life to the world, why ...
by Reed A W
A wealth of poetic and imaginative tales from Aboriginal cultural heritage.Aboriginal Stories presents a collection of myths and legends gathered from various sources, representing the rich and diverse tapestry of beliefs of Aboriginal people ...
by Reed A W
Aboriginal Tales of Australia takes us deep into the world of Aboriginal folklore and the DreamtimeDelve into this fascinating collection of legends and fables gathered from Aboriginal groups across Australia and discover lively and beautiful ...
by Reed A W
Aboriginal Words of Australia is a fascinating reference for anyone interested in knowing more about the original inhabitants of this vast continent.This book offers Aboriginal words from around Australia arranged alphabetically in two sections,
A Mother's Powerful Story of Raising Her Transgender Child
by Rebekah Robertson
In 2000, Rebekah gave birth to twin boys, George and Harry. But as they grew older, their preferences began to show, and by the age of three it was clear Georgie was drawn to anything that was pretty or had a skirt that could ...
by Jane Caro
Women over fifty-five are of the generation that changed everything. We didn't expect to. Or intend to. We weren't brought up much differently from the women who came before us, and we rarely identified as feminists, although almost all of us do
by Briohny Doyle
<i>'I pictured myself a wine-dark streak in a TV desert, ears too full of the summer wind to hear that ominous ticking in the sky- the sound of a cultural clock counting me out of youth.'</i><br><b><i></i></b><br>Briohny Doyle turned thirty ...
by Hugh Mackay
What Everyone Needs to Know
by Mara Einstein
Conflict and creativity in outback Australia
by Eve Vincent
<p> <div><div><p><i>Against Native Title </i>is about one group’s lived experience of a divisive native title claim in the outback town of Ceduna, where the native title claims process has thoroughly reorganised local Aboriginal ...
by Susan Archer Mann
by Rod Phillips
by Karen Wallace
Alice the anteater has a dream she's going to be a film star! So she finds herself a pair of high-heeled sandals, a frilly satin dress and some film-star sunglasses and sets off for Hollywood. Soon Alice is the talk of the town, but there's ...
by Elliott Young
by PENFOLD ALEXANDRA
No matter how you start your day,<BR>What you wear when you play,<BR>Or if you come from far away,<BR>All are welcome here. <BR>Follow a group of children through a day in their school, where everyone is welcome. A school where children in ...
by Martha S. Jones
A Year of Love and Survival Teaching Incarcerated Kids at Rikers Island
by Liza Jessie Peterson
by Bob Woodward
It began with a break-in at the Democratic National Committee headquarters in Washington DC, on 17 June 1972. Bob Woodward, a journalist for the Washington Post, was called into the office on a Saturday morning to cover the story. Carl ...
by Thomas Etzemuller