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Ngaawily nop = Groper boy : an old story / retold by Kim Scott, Joyce Cockles, Roma Winmar and the Wirlomin Noongar Language and Stories Project ; with artwork by Roma Winmar and Alta Winmar
Bib ID 7420271
Format BookBook [text, still image, volume]
Author
Scott, Kim, 1957- author
 
Description Crawley, Western Australia : UWA Publishing, 2017 
©2017 
36 pages : illustrations (chiefly colour), portraits ; 23 x 28 cm 
ISBN 9781742589657 (paperback)
Summary

This story comes from the wise and ancient language of the First People of the Western Australian south coast. A boy goes looking for his uncle. He discovers family and home at the ocean's edge, and finds himself as well. Ngaawily Nop is a story of country and family and belonging.

Notes

Text and illustrations on end papers.

Text in parallel In Noongar language and English.

Subjects Aboriginal Australians -- Western Australia -- Folklore.  |  Families, Aboriginal Australian -- Western Australia -- Folklore.  |  Groper (Fish) -- Folklore.  |  Legends -- Western Australia.  |  Noongar languages -- Readers.  |  Western Australia -- Folklore.  |  Australian
Other authors/contributors Cockles, Joyce, author  |  Wimmar, Roma, author, illustrator  |  Winmar, Alta, illustrator  |  Wirlomin Noongar Language and Stories Project
Also Titled

Groper boy

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