This picture book combines visual and Eastern Arrente language text, aimed at young children.
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Language:Aboriginal ArrernteAIATSIS ref. (C8) (NT SG53-02) AUSTLANG note: There are several dialects of Arrernte (cf. Koch 2004) but in this database, distinctions between Central Arrernte, Western Arrernte, Southern Arrernte, and Eastern Arrernte are not made
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