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Issue Details: First known date: 2011... 2011 Kin Island
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'Jake’s more interested in video games than in his family background. Visiting the Torres Strait Islands changes all that. He even braves a cyclone to help his Nanna.' (Source: Publishers website)

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Notes

  • Kin Island is a narrative text in novel form.

Publication Details of Only Known VersionEarliest 2 Known Versions of

    • Mosman, Cremorne - Mosman - Northbridge area, Sydney Northeastern Suburbs, Sydney, New South Wales,: Melbourne, Victoria,: Laguna Bay Publishing ; Oxford University Press , 2011 .
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      Extent: 59p.
      Description: illus., port.
      Note/s:
      • Family module of Yarning Strong series.
      ISBN: 9780195571196 (pbk.)
      Series: y separately published work icon Yarning Strong Laguna Bay Publishing (publisher), Oxford University Press (publisher), Mosman Melbourne : Laguna Bay Publishing Oxford University Press , 2011 Z1767119 2011 series - publisher children's fiction children's

      An Indigenous education series for ALL young Australians and their teachers.

      • Twelve 64-page novels
      • Four 48-page graphic novels
      • Four anthologies (comprising many text types: poems, artworks, descriptions, plays and so on)
      • Behind the Stories DVD
      • Professional Support CD-ROM
      • 160-page Professional Support manual

      What's it like to be a young Aboriginal or Torres Strait Islander person in Australia today? Yarning Strong provides some of the answers for upper primary (and lower secondary) students.

      All stories have been written by Aboriginal or Torres Strait Islander writers, and a committee of respected Indigenous educators guided the development and content of the series.

      Source: www.lagunabaypublishing.com (Sighted 18/03/2011).

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