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Issue Details: First known date: 1999... 1999 Uupababa
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Notes

  • The word Uupababa is an Indigenous Australian word from the Broome area which loosely translates into 'little child' or 'baby'.

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y separately published work icon Look and See Shane Morgan , Shane Morgan (illustrator), Broome : Magabala Books , 1999 Z1084615 1999 single work picture book children's A fine early reading book featuring the animals of the Australian bush. The bold illustrations capture the imagination of the very young.(Source: Magabala Books)
y separately published work icon Goanna Jumps High Urandangi State School , Urandangi State School (illustrator), Broome : Magabala Books , 1999 Z1084624 1999 single work picture book children's From Kinetica: This engaging story is by the pupils from a remote Queensland school and is about a goanna who can jump high, needing nothing more than insects to feed his remarkable skills.
y separately published work icon What Makes a Tree Smile Tamina Pitt , Terri Janke , Francine Ngardarb Riches (illustrator), Broome : Magabala Books , 2003 Z1085726 2003 single work picture book children's 'Part of the Uupababa series of young children's books, this title is a beautifully illustrated exploration of how a young girl perceives the natural world. It is suitable for ages 5+.' Source: Publisher's blurb
y separately published work icon Mura Migi Kazika : For Us Little Mob Mura Migi Kazika: Torres Strait Islander Nursery Rhymes Alick Tipoti , Alick Tipoti (illustrator), Broome : Magabala Books , 2000 Z1002181 2000 single work picture book children's Indigenous story 'Set in the Torres Strait Islands, a new twist on old nursery rhymes. Mixed with some local language, traditional flavour and very distinctive illustrations.' Source: Libraries Australia Broome : Magabala Books , 2000
y separately published work icon The Cowboy Frog Kawupayi Walak Hylton Laurel , Hylton Laurel (illustrator), Broome : Magabala Books , 2003 Z1085677 2003 single work picture book children's

This wonderful book by Hylton Laurel is a favourite at Better Beginnings! The bright, clear illustrations perfectly capture the story of the bravest frog in the whole world as he digs, eats, and backflips his way through Noonkanbah Crossing...'(Source: Better Beginnings website)

Broome : Magabala Books , 2003

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First known date: 1999
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