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My Girragundji The Binna Binna Man by Meme McDonald

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Published by Louis Braille Audio .
Written in English

Subjects:

  • Social Issues - General,
  • Juvenile Fiction,
  • Audio Adult: Books On Tape

Book details:

The Physical Object
FormatAudio Cassette
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL10595070M
ISBN 100732024188
ISBN 109780732024185
OCLC/WorldCa45865772

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My Girragundji - Kindle edition by McDonald, Meme, Pryor, Boori Monty. Download it once and read it on your Kindle device, PC, phones or tablets. Use features like bookmarks, note taking and highlighting while reading My Girragundji.3/5(1).   My Girragundji is written in the form of Aboriginal story telling. This is a vital part of Aboriginal culture and keeping the stories alive. The story is told through the eyes of the young boy. In small groups students discuss how this could support a strong connection to children who read the book/5(23). Alive with humour, My Girragundji is the vivid story of a boy growing up between two worlds. With the little green tree frog as a friend, the bullies at school don’t seem so big anymore. And Girragundji gives him the courage to face his fears. My Girragundji Author: Meme McDonald ISBN: Genre: Juvenile Fiction File Size: 80 MB Format: PDF, ePub Download: Read: Get This Book.

An outstandingly honest, original, eye-opening story about a young man daring to step out into a complex world. Njunjul the Sun will make you laugh, even as it grips your l the Sun completes the trilogy, begun with My Girragundji and The Binna Binna Man, charting the journey of self-discovery of a young Aboriginal boy as he learns to draw strength from his traditional heritage and. My Girragundji (Allen + Unwin ) had two seasons touring nationally with The Bell Shakespeare Company, and Njunjul The Sun (Allen + Unwin ) - which received the Victorian Premier's Literary Award for Young Adult Fiction - was adapted by Kooemba Djarra Theatre Company and produced with QPAC in Brisbane.3/5(1). The book My Girragundji tells the story of a young Aboriginal boy and his experiences at school and with his family. As the narrator, he talks of his fear of the ‘hairyman’, the bad spirit in his house, and how this affects him at night. He talks of his shame about wetting the. This book My Girragundji was filled about science. Spend your extra time to add your knowledge about your scientific disciplines competence. Some people has several feel when they reading the book. If you know how big good thing about a book, you can sense enjoy to read a reserve. In the modern era like currently, many ways to get book which.

  my girragundji is a very good book that I recommend to readers that like short and entertaining books My favourite part is how Meme describes their hairy man and how he is bad but their aunty's is good The part that was sad was when the girramundji dies from the snake/5.   Summary. My Girragundji is the award-winning story of an Aboriginal boy whose house is invaded by a Hairyman - a spirit the old people call a Quinkin. When a little green tree frog lands on his windowsill, he knows she has been sent by the ancestors to help him face his fears. Alive with humour, My Girragundji is the vivid story of a boy growing up between two worlds. With the little green tree frog as a friend, the bullies at school don't seem so big anymore. And Girragundji gives him the courage to face his fears. Alive with humour, My Girragundji is the vivid story of a boy growing up between two worlds. With the little green tree frog as a friend, the bullies at school don’t seem so big anymore. And Girragundji gives him the courage to face his fears. Awards. Winner Children’s Book Council Book of the Year for Younger Readers.