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y separately published work icon Djining Ngarri single work   picture book   children's  
Alternative title: This is Me
Note: Written by the children of Garmardi with help from Ms Kathleen Barrgitjbar.
Issue Details: First known date: 1995... 1995 Djining Ngarri
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This book about body parts is written in the Wurlaki language text and narrative.

Publication Details of Only Known VersionEarliest 2 Known Versions of

Language: Aboriginal Wulagi
'A text in the Wurlaki language of central coastal Arnhem Land' (p.2).
Link: Web Resource Sighted: 24/09/2014
    • Maningrida, East Arnhem Land, Arnhem Land, Top End, Northern Territory,: Maningrida Literature Production Centre , 1995 .
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      Extent: 27p.
      Description: col. illus.
      Reprinted: 2005
      • First published 1995.
      • 'This book was first produced as part of the Northern Territory Department of Education's Aboriginal Education Program (AEP), initiative No. 2, Support for Aboriginal Languages in Schools.' (Source: Front cover verso)
      • 'This text was negotiated during the Wurlaki/Djinang language workshop at Gamardi Homeland Centre School, 17-21 October 1994.' (Source: Front cover verso)
      ISBN: 1740870824
  • Appears in:
    y separately published work icon Living Archive of Aboriginal Languages Charles Darwin University , Northern Territory : Charles Darwin University , 2014 7544524 2014 website prose Indigenous story

    'The Living Archive of Aboriginal Language is a digital archive of endangered literature in Australian Indigenous languages from around the Northern Territory.' This archive connects to the people and communities where the literature was created, allowing for collaborative research work with Indigenous authorities and communities.

    Clicking on the website's map to enter the archive, opens hundreds of items in 25 languages from all over the Northern Territory. The Website gives comprehensive instructions on the use of the site for Linguists, Communities, teachers, and students and/or researchers. (Source: LAAL Website)

    Northern Territory : Charles Darwin University , 2014
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