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Karri-keleminj = Fear / kun-wok [written by] James Iyuna ; Bim [illustrations by] Robert Williams
Bib ID 4347864
Format BookBook
Author
Iyuna, James
 
Description Winnellie, N.T. : Maningrida Literature Production Centre, 2007, 1991 
14 p. : col. ill. ; 17 x 22 cm. 
ISBN 1740870905
Notes

English title from cover verso.

"A text in the Kuninjku language of central coastal Arnham Land, for use at Maningrida Community Education Centre."--Cover verso.

In the Kuninjku language with translation into English.

Subjects Kuninjku language -- Readers.  |  Education - Language - Indigenous languages - Readers and primers.  |  Gunwinggu / Gunwinygu / Kunwinjku language (N65) (NT SD53-02)  |  Health - Treatments - Traditional - Clever people.  |  Religion - After death beliefs - Ghosts and spirits.
Other authors/contributors Williams, Robert  |  Maningrida Literature Production Centre  |  Maningrida Community Education Centre
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Fear

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