Moli det bigibigi
Available September 1
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Moli det bigibigi

UNESCO Goodwill Ambassador Herbie Hancock met up with Binjari author and artist Karen Manbulloo to read her book 'Moli det bigibigi'.

Written in Kriol and English, this is the story of Moli, a little pig who is rescued from the bush. She's taken back to the community where she finds a happy home. Happy, that is, apart from the local dogs who keep chasing and frightening her.

Moli is greatly loved in her community, but what she loves most is Weet-Bix. She loves it so much that it's not too long before little Moli is a very big pig indeed. So big, she now chases and frightens the local dogs. All in good fun, of course.

The illustrations are an absolute delight, and watching Moli grow and grow and grow will bring a smile to readers' faces and outright laughter at the end.

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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