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Deadly Reads for Deadly Readers Book Set (4-pack)

Four titles – Claws, Eyes, Flippers, Animals Move, I Have... and A beach for us to play – in a unique book set of Indigenous levelled readers by Indigenous authors and illustrators.

The Deadly Reads for Deadly Readers (Saltwater Series) book set provides Indigenous and non-Indigenous children with engaging and meaningful experiences with print to support their reading skills and intrinsic desire to read.

$20.00
Magabala Books

Magabala Books is Australia's oldest independent Indigenous publishing house. Based in the pearling town of Broome in the far north of Western Australia, Magabala Books is one of the most remote publishing houses in the world.

Magabala Books has commissioned...

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Nola Turner-Jensen

NOLA is the author of two of Magabala’s Deadly Reads for Deadly Readers series: I Have and A beach for us to play, and the children’s book The Sugarbag.

Nola is an Aboriginal woman from Wiradjuri country in NSW. She is...

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Dub Leffler
Descendent from the Bigambul people of South-West Queensland, Dub Leffler is one of Australia’s most sought-after illustrators of children’s literature. As well as an illustrator, Dub is the author of two children’s books and is currently illustrating his 25th title....

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Maggie Prewett

Maggie Prewett is a descendent of the Ngarluma people of the Pilbara region of Western Australia. She grew up in Perth, and studied Design and Illustration at Perth Technical College. 

From an early age, art and literature were encouraged, thereby...

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