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Akwey rtangarrkal-rnem-itwew rntwenh= The girl who danced with brolgas
Bib ID 2686558
Format BookBook
Description Darwin : Summer Institute of Linguistics, Australian Aborigines and Islanders Branch, 1996 
22 p. : ill. ; 29 cm. 
Summary

Reading and colouring book.

Notes

"The girl who danced with brolgas is a story from the Peewee series of readers, produced by the Northern Territory Department of Education"--T.p. verso.

Illustrated by Shirley Downing.

"Alyawarr"

Alyawarr text and English translation.

Subjects Alyawarra language -- Readers.  |  alyawarr / alyawarre language (C14) (NT SF53-07)  |  alyawarr -- alyawarre language (C14) (NT SF53-07)  |  Alyawarr / Alyawarre language (C14) (NT SF53-07)  |  Stories and motifs - Birds.
Other authors/contributors Downing, Shirley  |  Summer Institute of Linguistics. Australian Aborigines and Islanders Branch

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