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Black Cockatoo Audiobook

Black Cockatoo Audiobook

Are you looking for a Black Cockatoo Audiobook? Unfortunately, there is not an audiobook version of Black Cockatoo yet. However, if this is something that you are interested in the best way to make it happen is to contact Magabala... More

Black Cockatoo PDF

Black Cockatoo PDF

Are you searching for the Black Cockatoo PDF for Black Cockatoo (Magabala 2018) by Carl Merrison and Hakea Hustler? We are so glad you have found this post! We hear you and an ebook is in creation by Rachel Bin... More

What inspired the new book Tracks of the Missing?

What inspired the new book Tracks of the Missing?

What inspired Tracks of the Missing? Good question! Tracks of the Missing was inspired by reading Goosebumps to our son, Deklan. He loved the suspense and anticipation, the scary scenes, the intrigue. And so did we as we read it... More

Deadly Reads- Yinti Desert Child

Deadly Reads- Yinti Desert Child

Title: Yinti Desert Child (Magabala 2019) -part of the Yinti series- Yinti Desert Dog and Yinti Desert Cowboy Audience: YA 12+ including struggling readers and Aboriginal audiences. There is a content warning for this book though- death of a child,... More

AFL Yarns: Barriers for Aboriginal players

AFL Yarns: Barriers for Aboriginal players

So it’s no secret I love my footy. Growing up in the Kimberley was the place to build that passion, but also the place that puts many barriers in the way for you mob who want to chase a football... More

Free Online Tutoring for Remote Aboriginal Students

Free Online Tutoring for Remote Aboriginal Students

Did you know you can get extra help at school? It’s free, online and personal to just you. I’m sure your teachers, librarian or AEIO will let you mob onto a computer in the library at lunchtime or for an... More

Deadly Reads: Kick with My Left Foot

Deadly Reads: Kick with My Left Foot

Between the two of us life has been pretty full at the moment! The launch of Black Cockatoo (Magabala 2018), writing our second novel about featherfoot, volunteering with Brisbane Lions and Gold Coast Suns, coaching the local woman’s footy team, working... More

Deadly Reads: Go Home Cheeky Animals

Deadly Reads: Go Home Cheeky Animals

Ok, so this book totally isn’t aimed at YA audiences… but it was so good reading it to little Ms 2, Ms 5 and Mr 9 that we thought we’d add it here. Maybe every book starts to sound good... More

City Life- Culture Shock

City Life- Culture Shock

You mob might not have heard of it before. It’s what you might feel when you go to the big city for the first time. It’s where you feel disorientated, overwhelmed, confused or exhausted by the new expectations, rules and... More

Stronger Smarter- For all you teacher mob out there

Stronger Smarter- For all you teacher mob out there

We think the Stronger Smarter philosophy is deadly! It is helping to change mindsets and empower Aboriginal people. They believe in high expectations, positive sense of cultural identity and positive Indigenous leadership. When I first arrived at Halls Creek District High School... More