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Banting, Erinn:. Crabtree Publishing Company, 2002. The story of the Aboriginal population of Australia throughout time. Ages 10 and up.
Bartlett, Anne: Minneapolis: Lerner Publications, 2001. This book tells of the native Australian population and offers information about the flora and fauna of this great country. Ages 11 and up.
Marshall, James Vance: . New York Review Books Classics, 2012. Two children, a boy and a girl, are the only survivors of a plane crash in the Australian outback. They meet an Aboriginal boy who helps them survive and find food and water in the desert. But the girl, Mary, does not trust the Aboriginal boy. Ages 12 and up.
Reynolds, Jan: . Lee and Low Books, 2007. Amprenula is an Aboriginal girl who lives in close contact with nature on a small island off the Australian coast. This story about Aboriginal life and beliefs are told to Amprenula by her mother. Ages 11 and up.
English-Australian drama from 1971, directed by Nicolas Roeg. The film is about two young children who are stranded in the Australian outback. They meet an Aborigine on a ritual 'walkabout'. The film is based on James Vance Marshall's novel Ages 11 and up.
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