One crocodile with many sharp teeth, two snake-necked turtles swimming in a billabong, three water goannas soaking up the sun…
One, two, three. Nakudji, bokenh, danjbik.
Children and adults alike will enjoy learning the Kunwinjku words for crocodile, echidna, dragonfly, and more. Whether teaching you to notice when the signs that mean the fish are ready to catch or how to hunt a turtle, the fascinating Kunwinjku Counting Book offers insight into the complex ecology of West Arnhem Land and the holistic nature of Kunwinjku Aboriginal culture.
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