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Issue Details: First known date: 2009... 2009 Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islanders' Virtual Books
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* Contents derived from the Queensland,:State Library of Queensland , 2009 version. Please note that other versions/publications may contain different contents. See the Publication Details.
Sam the Frog (Bajuk), Irene Ryder , Students of St Patrick's School Mitchell (illustrator), single work children's fiction children's
'Sam the Frog (Bajuk) was written by Irene Ryder, a Gunggari Elder, who developed the text to help teach the Gunggari language to children in the Mitchell area of Queensland. The book was illustrated by the students of St. Patrick's School Mitchell. The story is about a frog who goes looking for his friend and meets many animals.' 

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The Bush Rounder, Irene Ryder , Dunkeld School (illustrator), single work children's fiction children's
'The bush rounder is a written by Irene Ryder, a Gunggari Elder, who developed the text to help teach the Gunggari language to children in the Mitchell area of Queensland. The book was illustrated by the students of Dunkeld School students. The story is about bush animals in a game of rounder.' 

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Original Girl (Mari Miyay), Michelle Witheyman-Crump , Vicky Duncan (illustrator), Des Crump (translator) John Giacon (translator) single work picture book children's

'The brightly coloured, bi-lingual Original Girl is about Michelle's daughter Emily, and explores Aboriginal identity from a young child's perspective. It's about being Aboriginal, it's about being a young girl; it's about being an individual, and celebrating self. And this is the message we need our young people, our future leaders, and our future caretakers of each other and of country, to understand'. (Gadigal Information Service)

The Emu Went Walking, Irene Ryder , Del Mailman (illustrator), single work children's fiction children's
Borobi and His Friends, Ysola Best , Gillian Aird , single work children's fiction children's
Butchulla Gabu, Joyce Bonner , Jodie Burns (illustrator), Jeanie Bell (translator), single work children's fiction children's
Butchulla Wurru, Joyce Bonner , Jodie Burns (illustrator), Jeanie Bell (translator), single work children's fiction children's
Ngalamu Dhaaban Our People, Joyce Bonner , Jodie Burns (illustrator), Jeanie Bell (translator), single work children's fiction children's
The Small Bird, Jeanie Bell , Jodie Burns (illustrator), Jeanie Bell (translator), single work children's fiction children's
Where's My Mother, Joyce Bonner , Jodie Burns (illustrator), Jeanie Bell (translator), single work children's fiction children's
Gudjal Book of Animals, William C. Santo , William C. Santo (illustrator), single work picture book children's
Bilingual word book, in English and the indigenous Australian language of Gudjal, of Australian animals.
Gudjal Book of Birds, William C. Santo , William C. Santo (illustrator), single work picture book children's
Bilingual word book, using English and the indigenous Australian language of Gudjal, of Australian birds.
My Country : In Gudjal Language, William C. Santo , William C. Santo (illustrator), single work picture book children's
Bilingual word book of environmental elements told in English and the indigenous Australian language of Gudjal.

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