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Kangaroos Hop helps children identify favourite Australian animals in the Australian landscape. The kangaroos hop, the butterflies fly, the echidnas shuffle across the land and down to the water's edge where a sleepy crocodile lies.Shhhh! The lively illustrations and cumulative text help readers identify animals as well as verbs.
Kangaroos HOP
Kangaroos Hop helps children identify favourite Australian animals in the Australian landscape. The kangaroos hop, the butterflies fly, the echidnas shuffle across the land and down to the water's edge where a sleepy crocodile lies.Shhhh! The lively illustrations and cumulative text help readers identify animals as well as verbs.
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11.93 USD

Kangaroos HOP

by Ros Moriarty
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Ten Scared Fish is an animal counting book with a difference. Following the river to the sea, the reader meets and counts the animals until finally ten little fish meet a big scary shark! Bold illustrations and a delightfully playful text help readers familiarise themselves with prepositions as well as ...
Ten Scared Fish
Ten Scared Fish is an animal counting book with a difference. Following the river to the sea, the reader meets and counts the animals until finally ten little fish meet a big scary shark! Bold illustrations and a delightfully playful text help readers familiarise themselves with prepositions as well as animals and numbers.
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11.93 USD

Ten Scared Fish

by Ros Moriarty
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Shortlisted for both The Age Book of the Year and The Australian Human Rights Commission Literature Award'This big land, Australia. It's big enough for everyone!' calls Annie Karrakayn across the pre-dawn campfire to the other Law women stirring from the perfect quiet of a still, desert night. 'Strong Dreamin' ' ...
Listening to Country: A Journey to the Heart of What it Means to Belong
Shortlisted for both The Age Book of the Year and The Australian Human Rights Commission Literature Award'This big land, Australia. It's big enough for everyone!' calls Annie Karrakayn across the pre-dawn campfire to the other Law women stirring from the perfect quiet of a still, desert night. 'Strong Dreamin' ' she whispers.So begins the intimate diary of Ros Moriarty, a white woman married to an Aboriginal man, as she takes an emotional journey across country and culture to the Northern Territory's Tanami Desert with Annie and the other matriarchs of her husband's Aboriginal family to perform ceremony.Full of warmth and honesty, Listening to Country opens a rare and vivid window to the voices, humour and strength of these remarkable Law women of the remote Gulf of Carpentaria. It reveals the human relationships and philosophical insights which enable them to transcend the heartbreaking material poverty, illness and increasing violence of their community, to live life with astonishing happiness and purpose.Listening to Country is an uplifting tribute to them and a celebration of love, family and belonging.
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17.05 USD

Listening to Country: A Journey to the Heart of What it Means to Belong

by Ros Moriarty
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Splosh for the billabong at shady bend of river. Brush for the flowers that burst in summer heat.A glorious celebration of country, animals and painting, illustrated by Balarinji, Australia's leading Indigenous design studio.Ros Moriarty, author of the acclaimed memoir Listening to Country, is also the founder of Indi Kindi early ...
Splosh for the Billabong
Splosh for the billabong at shady bend of river. Brush for the flowers that burst in summer heat.A glorious celebration of country, animals and painting, illustrated by Balarinji, Australia's leading Indigenous design studio.Ros Moriarty, author of the acclaimed memoir Listening to Country, is also the founder of Indi Kindi early literacy education.
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10.490000 USD

Splosh for the Billabong

by Ros Moriarty
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'First . the land wakes in morning light. Turtles crawl and lizards creep. But then - rain splatters on dusty ground and everything comes alive!A joyous serenade of northern Australian animals and landscapes in the rainy season, illustrated by Balarinji, Australia's leading Indigenous design studio.Ros Moriarty, author of the acclaimed ...
Summer Rain
'First . the land wakes in morning light. Turtles crawl and lizards creep. But then - rain splatters on dusty ground and everything comes alive!A joyous serenade of northern Australian animals and landscapes in the rainy season, illustrated by Balarinji, Australia's leading Indigenous design studio.Ros Moriarty, author of the acclaimed memoir Listening to Country, is also the founder of Indi Kindi early literacy education.
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10.490000 USD

Summer Rain

by Ros Moriarty
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Colouring Country is an all-ages art therapy colouring book with a difference. It features full-colourreproductions of 42 superb Indigenous artworks, each accompanied by a brief description of its context andmeaning within Australian Aboriginal culture, together with a colouring-in template for each work.In Indigenous artmaking, the symbols, and the stories behind ...
Colouring Country: An Australian Dreamtime Colouring Book
Colouring Country is an all-ages art therapy colouring book with a difference. It features full-colourreproductions of 42 superb Indigenous artworks, each accompanied by a brief description of its context andmeaning within Australian Aboriginal culture, together with a colouring-in template for each work.In Indigenous artmaking, the symbols, and the stories behind them, are the maps, the clues, to observing theLaw, and living life in harmony with the elements and the cosmos. The rhythm of concentric dotted circles,linear motifs of game and flora, and lithe human forms, illustrate life in balance with the majesty of nature. Itis the joyful visual language of the world's oldest continuing culture.The images in Colouring Country are from the Balarinji Art & Design Archive, held by the National Museumof Australia, Canberra. The Archive is an iconic collection of art, design and objects created between 1983-2003 by Sydney-based design studio, Balarinji. Best known for covering Qantas aircraft with Aboriginaldesigns, Balarinji was established in 1983 by Ros Moriarty and John Moriarty.
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17.05 USD

Colouring Country: An Australian Dreamtime Colouring Book

by Ros Moriarty
Paperback
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