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A range of children’s books are available for sale from Mabu Yawuru Ngan-ga forYawuru families and other members of the public for use in their homes. We are also developing animations, interactive computer games and a series of digital Yawuru language learning lessons with recordings for people to use on a home computer.
Mabu Yawuru Ngan-ga employs a number of artists to illustrate Yawuru language books that are used in local schools and by other organisations for teaching Yawuru.
|Wanggarranggarra Yinambaran (Spider is Watching)||Gujarra-gujarra Walag (Four frogs)|
|Nyanagajunu Warli Yingarrjin (These Are The Animals In Yawuru Country)||Didirr Narli Marrgun Yingaraan! (Didirr Is Feeling Hungry!)|
|Liyan Nurlu (Feelings song)||Wararnyjarri Walag Yinyja Yindiran (One Frog Went Walking)|
|Walga Walga Nurlu (Salmon song)||Janadagaja Yindiran Warli? (How Does The Animal Move?)|
|Nganyja didirr? (How many birds?)||Nganyja Wanbiny? (How many jellyfish)|
The Governor-General Quentin Bryce admires work produced by NBY’s Mabu Yawuru Ngan-ga Resource Centre at Base Camp, Minyirr Park in August 2011
Presentations with audio, playing cards, posters and board games for use in language learning classes have been produced.