» » Bangu the Flying Fox: A Dreamtime Story of the Yuin People of Wallaga Lake

Download Bangu the Flying Fox: A Dreamtime Story of the Yuin People of Wallaga Lake fb2

by Penny Jones,Aaron Norris,Jillian Taylor
Download Bangu the Flying Fox: A Dreamtime Story of the Yuin People of Wallaga Lake fb2
Fairy Tales Folk Tales & Myths
  • Author:
    Penny Jones,Aaron Norris,Jillian Taylor
  • ISBN:
    0855757000
  • ISBN13:
    978-0855757007
  • Genre:
  • Publisher:
    Aboriginal Studies Press; Second Edition, Second edition edition (March 1, 2011)
  • Pages:
    24 pages
  • Subcategory:
    Fairy Tales Folk Tales & Myths
  • Language:
  • FB2 format
    1377 kb
  • ePUB format
    1600 kb
  • DJVU format
    1559 kb
  • Rating:
    4.4
  • Votes:
    218
  • Formats:
    txt lrf azw mbr


Penny Taylor (Illustrations). Aaron Norris (Illustrations) .

Penny Taylor (Illustrations). This beautifully illustrated story, from the Yuin people of Wallaga Lake, New South Wales, tells the tale of Bangu, the Flying Fox, and the lesson she learns about sticking by her friends.

Home KIDS BOOKS Books By Culture Aboriginal (Australia) Bangu the Flying Fox: A Dreamtime .

Home KIDS BOOKS Books By Culture Aboriginal (Australia) Bangu the Flying Fox: A Dreamtime Story of the Yuin People of Wallaga Lake.

Personal Name: Jones, Penny, ill. Personal Name: Norris, Aaron, ill. Rubrics: Aboriginal Australians Folklore Australia Flying foxes. Download now Bangu the flying fox : a Dreamtime story of the Yuin people of Wallaga Lake story retold by Jillian Taylor ; illustrated by Penny Jones and Aaron Norris. Download PDF book format. Download DOC book format. 95 Author: Dodd, Lynley.

Short Title BANGU THE FLYING FOX SECOND E. Jillian Taylor is a well-regarded children's book illustrator with extensive experience working with Indigenous communities. Country of Publication.

Short Title BANGU THE FLYING FOX SECOND ED. See details. See all 4 brand new listings. This beautifully illustrated story, from the Yuin people of Wallaga Lake, New South Wales, tells the tale of Bangu the Flying Fox, and the lesson she learns about sticking by her friends.

Story retold by Jillian Taylor, illustrated . Bangu the Flying Fox makes an ideal text for study at the Early Stage 1 level of the NSW syllabus. Though the book doesn’t explicitly state that it about the Yuin people, the area was traditionally occupied by descendants of the Yuin Nation.

Story retold by Jillian Taylor, illustrated by Penny Jones and Aaron Norris. This Dreaming story from the Yuin people of NSW offers. a simple narrative with an obvious didactic purpose, making it an ideal text for literacy in the early years. Bittangabee Bay is significantly lower down the coast than Wallaga Lake, but gives an idea of traditional life for Indigenous people on the southern New South Wales coast.

Bangu the flying fox : a Dreamtime story of the Yuin people of Wallaga . Ann Moore, Jillian Ja Taylor, Sonia Sarkar.

Bangu the flying fox : a Dreamtime story of the Yuin people of Wallaga Lake. Jillian Ja Taylor, Penny E. Jones, Anthony Charles Norris.

Bangu the flying fox. a Dreamtime story of the Yuin people of Wallaga Lake. Close. 1 2 3 4 5. Want to Read. Are you sure you want to remove Bangu the flying fox from your list? Bangu the flying fox. Published 1994 by Aboriginal Studies Press in Canberra.

Collection of reminiscences of authors life and south coast of . history - growing up at Wallaga Lake; family history - Thomas family and Morgan family from Cummeragunja; Wallaga Lake elders; marriage and family life; tours by Wallaga Lake Gumleaf Band; assimilation policy and move from mission to Cobargo; stories passed on to author from her father of Yuin traditions and south coast.

Jillian Taylor, Penny Jones, Aaron Norris. The Justice Riders - ISBNdb (books and publications). author: Aaron Norris.

This beautifully illustrated story, from the Yuin people of Wallaga Lake, New South Wales, tells the tale of Bangu, the Flying Fox, and the lesson she learns about sticking by her friends. With the permission of the elders of Wallaga Lake, their people's story is retold in this form so that children everywhere can share it and learn from it.