Dhalgari Ganjgarri Badhal

Plenty Hungry Grub

The Dhalgari Ganjgarri Badhal book is adapted and translated in Birri Language (spoken Eastern Central Queensland, Australia) to “Plenty Hungry Grub” from the classic children’s book “The Very Hungry Caterpillar” on the metamorphosis of the grub and butterfly.

It is the story of a plenty hungry grub who eats his way through a variety of food before pupating and emerging as a pretty butterfly. The book is colorfully illustrated by Jill Dodd.

Gawdgara Dhana In The Bulnjarany Dandula

Kookaburra Sits in the Old Gum Tree

The “Gawdgara Dhana In The Bulnjarany Dandula” book is adapted and translated in Birri Language (spoken Eastern Central Queensland, Australia) from the Australian nursery rhyme and classic children’s song “Kookaburra Sits in the Old Gum Tree”. The story of the Kookaburra’s life as king of the bush who laughs, eats worms and counts lizards when he mistakenly counts a girl as a lizard. The book is colourfully illustrated by the Author.

Bularu Gurrbaru Waburru Guburi

Five Little Ducks

The “Bularu Gurrbaru Waburru Guburi” book is adapted and translated in Birri Language (spoken Eastern Central Queensland, Australia) from the nursery rhyme and classic children’s song “Five Little Ducks”. The story of mother duck and her five little ducks who disappear one by one and then all eventually return. The book is colourfully illustrated by the Author.

Yinha Njanhdhami Yama

Here Which Way

Yinha Njanhdhami Yama: Here Which Way is the story of the cat and lizard, kangaroo jumping over the moon with the little dog laughing and ending with the didge running away with the spoon. The book adds aboriginal humour and includes colourful illustrations by the Author.

Goggine

The Black Cockatoo

Goggine: The Black Cockatoo is a glimpse of childhood memories of my grandfather teaching lingo, how to whistle and throw a boomerang. The book commemorates thirty years since his passing and is colourfully illustrated by the Author.

Gundulu Gadju

Emu Girl

Gundulu Gadju: Emu Girl is a story of Emily the Emu Girl playing, dancing and running with the Emu’s and her spiritual connection to Guwari. What does she find near the river? The book is colourfully illustrated by the Author.