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.
By Oochuyung, a Wik girl, with illustrations by Ron Edwards.
Her second book (after Sand Beach Girl) tells a simple childhood story with supernatural overtones.
This book gives step by step instructions on how the Torres Strait people make all sorts of fun things from coconut fronds.
These include birds, stars, fish, balls, wands and hats. 17 projects in all.
Lots of illustrations to follow to complete your projects. Fun to do with the kids!
By Sydney H. Ray. Edited and illustrated by Ron Edwards.
The only available dictionary of Eastern and Western Island languages. Drawn from Reports of the Cambridge Anthropological Expedition to Torres Straits.
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