NAIDOC is celebrated not only in Indigenous communities, but by Australians from all walks of life. The week is a great opportunity to participate in a range of activities and to support your local Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander community.
The biography of T. G. H. Strehlow and Aboriginal possession.
From sunrise to night-time, celebrate the wonders of nature with this rhythmic and radiant bedtime story by Sally Morgan and Ambelin Kwaymullina.
Lulu Bell is off on the adventure of a lifetime!
All four Our Australian Girl: Poppy stories in one beautiful hardback edition, with a bonus new chapter by author Gabrielle Wang at the end!
In this lyrical celebration of place, the children of Mornington Island explore their home in words and pictures. This is a collaboration with much-loved children's picture-book creators authors Alison Lester and Elizabeth Honey.
Winner of the 1996 International Impac Dublin Literary Award.
A beautiful story of acknowledging the past and working together for a brighter future.
The story of an urban-based high achieving Aboriginal woman working to break down stereotypes and build bridges between black and white Australia.
A heartbreaking, darkly funny and deeply moving moving memoir from a fearlessly talented writer
An enthralling story about the plight of the very first boat people, of their desperation, bravery and hope.
All these years gone by and she could still not rid herself of that terrible longing. The actual memories were fading, the pictures in her mind, of people and places, but the feeling was as sharp as ever.
'Extraordinary - a remarkable and satisfying book' Observer
The Tall Man is the story of Palm Island, the tropical paradise where one morning Cameron Doomadgee swore at a policeman and forty minutes later lay dead in a watch-house cell.
From the winner of the Man Booker Prize. The bestselling, universally lauded novel of desire and its denial from acclaimed writer Richard Flanagan.