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Boat-ang mo ́pul = Two in a boat / [told and illustrated by Steve Yunkaporta]
Bib ID 4707309
Format BookBook
Author
Yunkaporta, Steve
 
Description Thuringowa, Qld. : Black Ink Press, c2009 
1 v. (unpaged) : ill., 1 port. ; 15 x 15 cm. 
ISBN 9781863340526
Series

Little black books.

Notes

For primary school age.

In Wik Mungkan and English.

Subjects Aboriginal Australians -- Social life and customs -- Juvenile fiction.  |  Education - Language - Indigenous languages - Readers and primers.  |  Wik Mungkan language (Y57, Y143) (Qld SD54-07)
Also Titled

Two in a boat

Available From Black Ink Press, PO Box 607, Thuringowa QLD 4817 

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