Printed Learning Resources

The MLT is committed to providing physical learning resources for Aboriginal communities. The MLT Press provides copies of out-of-print resources to ensure accessibility. The MLT also works with a number of partner organisations and communities to develop new resources to ensure the continued use of language.

A Grammar of the Arabana-Wangkangurru Language, Lake Eyre Basin, South Australia

Luise Hercus, 1994. Reprinted by the MLT Press in 2019

This reprint features a new cover designed by MLT trainee Lakota Gibbons. The reprint was launched in 2019 at Pt Augusta.

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A Grammar of the Wirangu Language From the West Coast of South Australia

Luise Hercus, 1999. Reprinted by the MLT Press in 2018.

This reprint features a new cover design by 7 year old Charli Cox from Ceduna. The reprint was launched in 2018.

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Wamparla Apira : Possums and Tall Trees

An Arabana Story by Thanthi Syd Strangways, Illustrated by Kathy Arbon. Published by Indigenous Literacy Foundation in 2018.

You can listen to the text of this story recorded by the Mobile Language Team.

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Children’s Talking Book : Arlaluwa Wangka-Thimparda, Part 2: Sentences

Wangkangurru language, Language of the Munathirri (Simpson Desert), Birdsville, Wirrarri

As told and Illustrated by Two Sisters Talking Anpanuwa Joyce Crombie, Aulpunda Jean Barr Crombie. With assistance of Jim Crombie.

Published by Red Ridge Interior Queensland in 2019. Linguistic support provided by the Mobile Language Team

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Looking for Tucker : Murru manhilhuku yukarnda

A story in Wangkangurru language and English by Two Sisters Talking Anpanuwa Joyce Crombie and Aulpunda Jean Barr-Crombie. With the assistance of Jim Crombie.

Published by Red Ridge Interior Queensland in 2017. Linguistic support provided by the Mobile Language Team.

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