2 edition of Piccaninny walkabout found in the catalog.
by Angus & Robertson
Written in English
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||49|
Photographs accompany the account of the adventures of two Aborigine children who wander into the bush and become lost. Aboriginal Australians - Juvenile literature.; Ethnology - Northern Territory - Milingimbi - Juvenile literature.; Children, Aboriginal Australian - Juvenile literature. Walkabout Books is an online antiquarian bookstore with specialties in Americana and the literature of travel, exploration, and adventure. We also stock fine books in many other fields and buy and sell manuscripts, archives, and ephemera.
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Piccaninny Walkabout. a Story of Aboriginal Children Hardcover – January 1, Manufacturer: Angus and Robertson. Piccaninny walkabout; a story of two aboriginal children.
Hardcover – January 1, byAuthor: Axel Poignant. Piccaninny Walkabout by Poignant, Axel and a great selection of related books, art and collectibles available now at A photographic story describing how two Arnhem Land Aboriginal children coped when they wandered away from their grandmother and found themselves lost in the bush.
Illustrated with photographs by the author. A translation of an Aboriginal tale by Raiwalla as told to Beulah Lowe. Later ed. published as Bush walkabout, Winner of the Australian Children's Book of the Year Award, In 1 library.
leaves, unbound: ill. ; 31 cm. Aboriginal Australians. Children, Aboriginal Australian. Piccaninny Walkabout, published in won the Children's Book Council of Australia Picture Book Children's Book of the Year Award.
It is the story of two Australian Piccaninny walkabout book children, Nullagundi and Rikili, who go on a : 12 DecemberLeeds, England. Axel Poignant, Piccaninny Walkabout: A Story of Two Aboriginal Children, Sydney: Angus and Robertson, Maurice Saxby, Images of Australia: A History of Australian Children's Literature –, Lindfield, NSW: Scholastic Press,p Cited by: 1.
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It was called 'piccaninny walkabout', by axel poignant. It tells the story of a couple of yolngu kids who get lost in the bush and shows how they survive. Amazingly, overtime, this book was given to me as a youngster, who loved it, drew in it, absorbed the black and white pictures of kids playing in another distant world.
"An Addisonian Press book." First published in under title: Piccaninny walkabout. A translation of an Aborigine tale by Raiwalla as told to B. Lowe. Subjects: Children, Aboriginal Australian -- Juvenile literature. | Aboriginal Australians. Other authors/contributors.
Formerly published at 'Piccaninny Walkabout'. The author and photographer, Axel Poignant, lived within the Aboriginal community in which the story is based, at Milingimbi, Arnhem Land. The original story of lost children was told in the Gubabuinga language by Raiwalla.
Though on the surface Walkabout is an adventure story, darker themes lie just beneath. Peter’s innocent friendship with the Aboriginal throws into relief Mary’s no longer childish anxiety, and together raise questions about how Aboriginal and Western culture can meet/5.
"An Addisonian Press book." Originally published in under title: Piccaninny walkabout A translation of an Aborigine tale by Raiwalla as told to B.
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Formerly entitled ‘Piccaninny Walkabout’ the story was first published in and was chosen as Australia’s ‘Children’s Book of the Year [in ]. And the image provided of a young girl weeping is taken from a photograph in Axel Poignant's groundbreaking photo-essay Piccaninny Walkabout (later renamed Bush Walkabout) in which Rikili and her brother are lost.
Piccaninny Walkabout: A Story of Two Aboriginal Children () by Axel Poignant3/5. In the play, Peter refers to the tribe as "piccaninny warriors," and in Peter & Wendy (Barrie's book-long adaptation of the story, published in ), they are introduced as the "Piccaninny ."An Addisonian Press book." Originally published in under title: Piccaninny walkabout.
A translation of an Aborigine tale by Raiwalla as told to B. Lowe. Description:  pages illustrations 27 cm.Book Publisher Peggy Barnard: Sheila Hawkins: Wish and the Magic Nut: John Sands: No award Axel Poignant: photographs Piccaninny Walkabout: Angus & Robertson: No award No award No award No award No award No award Elisabeth MacIntyre: Hugh's Zoo: Constable Young Books No award Country: Australia.