Feedback on Gadi Mirrabooka, the story book of Australian Aboriginal Stories, Myths and Legends

 

Yes, you did a great service to the world by preserving those wonderful Aborigines stories and making them available to a wider audience.
– Dr Margaret Read MacDonald

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Congratulations too on an excellent book. I have already read several of the stories and the background material at the beginning is very interesting and informative.
– Steve M. SA

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Message: I am the lucky teacher of a Year 3/4 class, here in Perth and I am really looking forward to using this beautiful book within my theme of “Traditional Stories”.
– Jacky Clarke

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I would just like to thank you for the gorgeous book, which arrived today on my front porch. I can’t wait to read some of the stories to my students. They are keen to hear the end of the scary Bunyip story! They’re obsessed with bunyips at the moment! I adore the front and back cover of the book. Tastefully designed. It’s a real credit to you and your team.
– Mary Anne Pontikis

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I am a librarian at Auburn city library service. I was reading the tales from the book Gadi Mirrabooka and am inspired by it. A little bit of my background – I am also a classical dancer from India and have been teaching dance here for nearly 10 years now.
– Gayatri Krishnamurthy

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I’m in the midst of reading Gadi Mirrabooka – I’m almost finished and I must say I’m thoroughly enjoying all the stories! Thank you.
– Grant McCall

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I am the lucky teacher of a Year 3/4 class, here in Perth and I am really looking forward to using this beautiful book, Gadi Mirrabooka, within my theme of “Traditional Stories.”
– Jacky Clarke

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Thank you for being a creative force behind “Gadi Mirrabooka”, the reason why I feel connected to her in the first place.  It is a wonderful book.
– Jill Webster

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