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Murrinh nukunu Jesus yibinnhepup i ngarra wurdamkabirl deyida = Jesus died for us and rose again
Bib ID 1574814
Format BookBook
Description [Kangaroo Ground, Vic.] : Wycliffe Bible Translators, 1987 
66 pages : illustrations ; 26 cm. 
ISBN 0727201905
Notes

Reading and activity book.

Murrinh-patha and English.

For children.

Subjects Murrinh-Patha language N3.  |  Easter -- Juvenile literature.  |  Creative activities and seat work.  |  Australian
Other authors/contributors Wycliffe Bible Translators
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Jesus died for us and rose again.

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