Us Mob Walawurru

Spillman, David; Wilyuka, Lisa

Published by Magabala Books Aboriginal Corporation, 2006
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Synopsis: A unique collaboration between non-Indigenous Queensland author David Spillman and Northern Territory Aboriginal woman Lisa Wilyuka. Us Mob Walawurru explores cultural difference and untold history through the eyes of Ruby, a young Aboriginal girl. Set in Central Australia in the 1960's, Ruby's journey is a a heart-warming tale that focuses on the importance of family, culture, education, friendship, and self-respect.

About the Author: Lisa Wilyuka is a Luritja woman from Titjikala, a community south of Alice Springs. She has lived in Titjikala all her life and works with youth in the community. Through living and working with Aboriginal communities in the Northern Territory, David Spillman has been exploring Aboriginal cultures and their similarities and differences to his own western culture.

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Title: Us Mob Walawurru
Publisher: Magabala Books Aboriginal Corporation
Publication Date: 2006
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