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Nanapu Nuli Marrtji Diltjiyi: We Go Out to the Bush

Nyalun Wunungmurra , Artist; Ritjilili Ganambarr, Artist
Format
Book
Published
[Nhulunbuy, N.T.] : East Arnhem Shire Council, 2010.
Language
In Yolngu and English
ISBN
9781741312225, 1741312221
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    a| Nanapu nuli marrtji diltjiyi = b| : We go out to the bush.
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    a| We go out to the bush
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    a| [Nhulunbuy, N.T.] : b| East Arnhem Shire Council, c| 2010.
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    a| 12 unnumbered pages : b| color illustrations ; c| 17 cm + e| 1 CD (sound, 12 cm)
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    a| text b| txt 2| rdacontent
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    a| Cover title.
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    a| This book is for Yolnu families and their babies. It is based on a song created by Nyalun Wunungmurra and Ritjilili Ganambarr from Yirrkala. It has been wirtten in Dhuwaya, the Yolnu language used by most children growing up in the Miwatji and Buku Larrngay regions of East Arnhem. The English translation is not a literal translation: instead it is intended to allow the song to be sung in Yolnu Dharuk and English.'--verso.
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    a| Sound disc recorded and mised by Tim Webb. Story read by Tanya Hague and Nyalun Wunungmurra. Special thanks to the Yirrkala CEC.
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    a| "Yolnu are the sunrise people - the sun goes up each day and shines its brilliant light. Can you find the sun in the story?"--Title page verso.
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    a| In Yolngu and English.
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    a| Yolngu languages v| Readers.
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    a| Yolngu (Australian people) v| Music.
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