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- DescriptionA delightful story created by Aboriginal students from the south coast of New South Wales, it tells of the lives of the Bittangabee tribe. Beautifully illustrated with the help of local primary school children, the story follows Ninima and his family on their long summer journey into the mountains to collect Bogong moths, and then home again to the sea. The story highlights the importance of family and kinship in Aboriginal culture, and beautifully captures the intimate kwledge of plant and animal relationships that Aboriginal people possessed. The story has a strong environmental and cultural message for students.
- Author BiographyBeryl Cruse is the author of Mutton Fish: The Surviving Culture of Aboriginal People and Abalone on the South Coast of New South Wales.
- Author(s)Beryl Cruse,Liddy Stewart,Rebecca Kirby,Steven Thomas
- PublisherAboriginal Studies Press
- Date of Publication01/06/2009
- SubjectPicture Books
- Place of PublicationCanberra
- Country of PublicationAustralia
- ImprintAboriginal Studies Press
- Content Notecolour illus
- Weight104 g
- Width210 mm
- Height270 mm
- Spine3 mm
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