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NAIDOC Week celebrates the history, culture and achievements of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples. This week, we honour our wonderful First Nations authors.

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  • Song of the Crocodile - Nardi Simpson

    Full of music, Yuwaalaraay language and exquisite description, this is a lament to choice and change, and the land that sustains us all.

  • the body country - Susie Anderson

    A powerful and evocative collection of poetry from an award-winning poet and black&write! Fellowship winner.

  • Backyard Footy - Carl Merrison, Samantha Campbell

    The first book in a joyful black&write!-winning picture book series that follows a cast of footy-crazy kids as they hop through the backyards of their neighbourhood in the Kimberley, collecting equipment and friends to play with as they go.

  • The Very Last List of Vivian Walker - Megan Albany

    Vivian Walker is dying. This is not on her list of things to do. A darkly funny debut that proves even the most imperfect of lives is worth celebrating.

  • The Upwelling - Lystra Rose

    A captivating Young Adult debut, and winner of the Victorian Premier's Literary Awards Prize for Indigenous Writing.

  • Enclave - Claire G. Coleman

    A novel that explores a future of surveillance, disruption and segregation that echoes the horrors of a colonial past.

  • My Deadly Boots - Carl Merrison, Hakea Hustler, Samantha Campbell

    An empowering, uplifting picture book about what it is that makes you who you are, from the award-winning authors of Black Cockatoo.

  • Terra Nullius - Claire G. Coleman

    This is not Australia as we know it. This is not the Australia of our history. Claire. G Coleman's incredible debut is something new, but all too familiar.

  • Heroes, Rebels and Innovators - Karen Wyld, Jaelyn Biumaiwai

    Be inspired and amazed by these incredible Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander icons! With colourful artwork and evocative writing, this book tells stories every Australian should know.

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