Jarrampa and Purlka ngamaji Kakaji
Available September 1
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Jarrampa and Purlka ngamaji Kakaji

Learn more about two books written in Walmajarri, 'Jarrampa' and 'Big Fat Mummy Goanna' (Purlka ngamaji Kakaji).

Written by Marshia Cook and Emma Bear, 'Jarrampa' and 'Purlka ngamaji Kakaji' (Big Fat Mummy Goanna) were developed in workshops with children, families and Elders throughout 2019, along with ILF Lifetime Ambassador Alison Lester and publisher Jane Godwin. The two books are published in Walmajarri and English and have been gifted to the community to be read and loved for years to come.


Indigenous Literacy Day is proudly presented by the Indigenous Literacy Foundation, a charity with a vision of equity of opportunity for all Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander children living in remote Australia.

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