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An Australian ABC of Animals (BBA3)
Price: $19.95

By Bronwyn Bancroft. A Delightful Alphabet book of Australian Animals by acclaimed Indigenous artist Bronwyn Bancroft. Preschool level.
May be used in Conjunction with the VACCA ABC Poster, to look at different Aboriginal art styles from New South Wales and Victoria. Board Book

Welcome To Country (WTC01)
Price: $25.00

"Welcome to the traditional lands of the Wurundjeri People.
We are part of this land and the land is part of us.
This is where we come from.
Aboriginal communities across Australia have boundaries that
are defined by mountain ranges and waterways.
To cross these boundaries or enter community country you
need permission from the neighbouring community. Each
community has its own way of welcoming to country."
Written by Wurundjeri Elder Aunty Joy Murphy and illustrated
by Trawlwoolway Artist Lisa Kennedy.

Bartja and Mayila (BAM100)
Price: $22.95

When Bartja's best friend Mayila plans to leave the forest they live in to visit the ocean, Bartja wants to find her the perfect parting gift. With some advice from Uncle Ambrose and the forest animals, Bartja creates a gift that Mayila will treasure. Bartja and Mayila written by Sue Atkinson (Yorta Yorta) and illustrated by Annette Sax (Taungurung). This is the first book in the YSS series, giving young children insight into Indigenous Victorian culture. The "Yarn Strong Sista" series is supported by background notes and ideas for related activities.

Yurri's Manung (YSM200)
Price: $22.95

Yurri needed a warm place to sleep when winter came to the Barmah forest, her friends had no room for her in their homes in the trees, bushes, burrows and caves of the forest. With the help of Uncle Ambrose a Yorta Yorta Elder they make her a home of her own. Yurri's Manung written by Sue Atkinson (Yorta Yorta) and illustrated by Annette Sax (Taungurung). This is the second book in the YSS series, giving insight into Indigenous Victorian culture. The "Yarn Strong Sista" series is supported by background notes and ideas for related activities.

Yurri's Birthday (YSB300)
Price: $22.95

Tonight would be a very special night for Yurri, it is her birthday. At midnight each of Yurri's friends arrive with a basket. Inside each basket is a gift for Yurri. Each illustrated basket has been made by women who live in Victoria and are passionate about the revival of basket coiling! Yurri's Birthday written by Sue Atkinson (Yorta Yorta) and illustrated by Annette Sax (Taungurung). This is the third book in the YSS series, giving young children insight into Indigenous Victorian culture. The "Yarn Strong Sista" series is supported by background notes and ideas for related activities.

YSS Book Set (YSSBS01)
Price: $65.00

Bartja and Mayila, Yurri's Manung and Yurri's Birthday are beautifully illustrated Aboriginal children's stories set in the Barmah forest. Language revival is central to these books, written by Sue Atkinson. The books give children and adults an insight into Victorian Indigenous culture and language. Annette Sax has used natural and recycled materials to illustrate the images depicted in this series.

EYLF Outcome 2: Children are connected with and contribute to their world.
Children become socially responsible and show respect for
the environment.

YSS CD of Stories (YSSCD01)
Price: $11.00

Bartja and Mayila, Yurri's Manung and Yurri's Birthday. Author Sue Atkinson (Yorta Yorta). Recorded by Aunty Zeta Thomson a Yorta Yorta Elder.

Sorry Sorry Book (BP01)
Price: $19.99


"An introduction to understanding the Journey of Reconciliation with Australia's First Peoples."
Illustrated and written by Anne Kerr. Cover by Marda Pitt.

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