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Ngurrju-maninjakurlangu Yapa Nyurnukurlangu

Ross, Darby Jampijinpa, Kelly, Francis Jupurrurla, Spencer, Jilly Nakamarra, Oldfield, Nancy Napurrula and Stuart, Ruth Napaljarri (2008). Ngurrju-maninjakurlangu Yapa Nyurnukurlangu. Yuendumu: Bilingual Resource Development Unit.

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Title Ngurrju-maninjakurlangu Yapa Nyurnukurlangu
Title (translated) Bush medicine
TItle (alternative) Ngurrju-maninja-kurlangu Yapa Nyurnu-kurlangu
Author(s) Ross, Darby Jampijinpa
Kelly, Francis Jupurrurla
Spencer, Jilly Nakamarra
Oldfield, Nancy Napurrula
Stuart, Ruth Napaljarri
Illustrator(s) Robertson, George Jampijinpa
Coulshed, Edith
Translator(s) Robertson, George Jampijinpa
Granites, Leonard Japanangka
Photographer(s) Carmichael, Bethune
Statement of responsibility "with assistance from Tom Henshall, Wendy Baarda"
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Language Warlpiri
Place of Publication Yuendumu
Publisher Bilingual Resource Development Unit
Date Published 2008
Edition 5th
Community source Yuendumu
Scan source Digital creation
Provenance Digital copy created at BRDU Yuendumu
LA Number 50137507
Description (note) Includes some editing notes about missing sections.
Type of Resource Text
Category Instruction
Abstract "In the old days before Europeans came to this country, Aboriginals used the bush for their source of medicine. Today when people are sick they go to the hospital to be cured, and now people are starting to forget about the bush medicines. This is why we have made this book. It is for health workers, school children, and anyone else who might be interested, so that the old ways may not be forgotten."
Target Audience Reading Level Five
Keyword(s) bush medicine
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