A story for children written in Creole by Anna Larry, and illustrated by Ron Edwards.
It tells how to make a human shaped damper - sort of a ginger bread man.
English translation on each page.
Contains stories about Stephen Island (Torres Strait) written and illustrated by local children, with drawings by the Edwards'.
The Stephen Island children enjoyed this story about an incident involving people from another island.
(Possibly unsuitable for other schools as local drunks and violence is mentioned?)
A children's story written for the children of Pormpuraaw school, Cape York.
Part of a program producing local stories for Indigenous children.
Kulap seed pod rattles are a traditional musical instrument used by Torres Strait Island dancers.
They are traditionally made from the seed pods of the Matchbox Bean tree, and are an integral part of traditional 'island dance'.
This book gives step - by - step instructions accompanied by colour photographs that demonstrate that with a little bit of adult help, children of all ages can learn about and enjoy some traditional Torres Strait Island cultural activities.
Althea McKeown is a trainer, teacher, child safety advocate, Foster Carer, mother, grandmother and respected community member at Nurapoi (Horn Island) in the Torres Straits.
Written by Oochuyung, a Wik girl, with illustrations by Ron Edwards.
A children's story based on her childhood experiences in the Napranum area of Cape York.
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