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Childrens Aboriginal dreamtime stories : a collection of stories/, submitted by primary school children from N.S.W

Label
Childrens Aboriginal dreamtime stories : a collection of stories/
Title
Childrens Aboriginal dreamtime stories
Title remainder
a collection of stories/
Statement of responsibility
submitted by primary school children from N.S.W
Contributor
Subject
Genre
Language
eng
Intended audience
For children
Literary form
non fiction
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Aboriginal Education Council (N.S.W.)
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  • Aboriginal Education Council (N.S.W.)
  • Aboriginal Australians
Target audience
adult
Label
Childrens Aboriginal dreamtime stories : a collection of stories/, submitted by primary school children from N.S.W
Instantiates
Publication
Note
Students contribution to National Aborigines Day 1983
Contents
How the porcupine got its spikes -- Wonga and Nadu -- How the Waratah was made -- Kwork kwork the green frog -- The frogs and the wind -- How bahmee made fire -- The first sunrise -- The ant-easter and the turtle -- The sun woman and the moon man -- How the opera house got its sails -- The way the clarence was made -- How the first kangaroo go here -- The porcupine and the tortoise -- The bunyip -- Bare Island -- The witchdoctor and the two giants -- What made tiddalik laugh -- The begining of life -- Why the goanna has two wives -- The anteather and the turtle -- The waratah and the pool of tears -- Djugurba -- How the clarence was made -- The strange bird -- Why kangaroos have a pouch -- Wonga and nadu -- The birth of the sun -- How the kangaroo gots its tail -- Stradbroke dreamtime -- The giant dingo -- The emu and plains turkey -- Mangundun and the spirit -- How the whale got his spout -- The kangaroo and the wombat, Bau and Kau -- The mopoke and the moon -- The river which was made from tears -- The drought maker koala -- My dreamtime story -- How the harbour bridge as make curlew -- How the sun was made -- The witchdoctor and the giants -- How the frilled neck lizard hot his name -- The tale of the wombat -- Aboriginal music -- The frog -- How the lizard became a fast runner
Control code
M0035576
Dimensions
21 x 34 cm.
Extent
52 p.
Immediate source of acquisition
Copy 2: donation from Tom Austen Brown collection, Copy 3 donated by ATSIC Library.
Isbn
9780959484441
Other physical details
ill.
Stock number
p 11355
System control number
0059569
Label
Childrens Aboriginal dreamtime stories : a collection of stories/, submitted by primary school children from N.S.W
Publication
Note
Students contribution to National Aborigines Day 1983
Contents
How the porcupine got its spikes -- Wonga and Nadu -- How the Waratah was made -- Kwork kwork the green frog -- The frogs and the wind -- How bahmee made fire -- The first sunrise -- The ant-easter and the turtle -- The sun woman and the moon man -- How the opera house got its sails -- The way the clarence was made -- How the first kangaroo go here -- The porcupine and the tortoise -- The bunyip -- Bare Island -- The witchdoctor and the two giants -- What made tiddalik laugh -- The begining of life -- Why the goanna has two wives -- The anteather and the turtle -- The waratah and the pool of tears -- Djugurba -- How the clarence was made -- The strange bird -- Why kangaroos have a pouch -- Wonga and nadu -- The birth of the sun -- How the kangaroo gots its tail -- Stradbroke dreamtime -- The giant dingo -- The emu and plains turkey -- Mangundun and the spirit -- How the whale got his spout -- The kangaroo and the wombat, Bau and Kau -- The mopoke and the moon -- The river which was made from tears -- The drought maker koala -- My dreamtime story -- How the harbour bridge as make curlew -- How the sun was made -- The witchdoctor and the giants -- How the frilled neck lizard hot his name -- The tale of the wombat -- Aboriginal music -- The frog -- How the lizard became a fast runner
Control code
M0035576
Dimensions
21 x 34 cm.
Extent
52 p.
Immediate source of acquisition
Copy 2: donation from Tom Austen Brown collection, Copy 3 donated by ATSIC Library.
Isbn
9780959484441
Other physical details
ill.
Stock number
p 11355
System control number
0059569

Library Locations

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