Nyuntu Ninti: What you should know

Nyuntu Ninti: What you should know By Bob Randall Melanie Hogan, Nyuntu Ninti What you should know My name is Bob Randall and I m an Anangu man from Uluru Not many people know much about us That s why I want to share some things with you Things about us About our land Things you may not have heard
  • Title: Nyuntu Ninti: What you should know
  • Author: Bob Randall Melanie Hogan
  • ISBN: 9780733320491
  • Page: 262
  • Format: Hardcover
  • Nyuntu Ninti: What you should know By Bob Randall Melanie Hogan, My name is Bob Randall and I m an Anangu man from Uluru Not many people know much about us That s why I want to share some things with you Things about us About our land Things you may not have heard before In this beautiful photographic book for young children, Bob Randall explains, in a simple but effective way, the Anangu people s relationship to all that is arou My name is Bob Randall and I m an Anangu man from Uluru Not many people know much about us That s why I want to share some things with you Things about us About our land Things you may not have heard before In this beautiful photographic book for young children, Bob Randall explains, in a simple but effective way, the Anangu people s relationship to all that is around them, and why we must learn to care for the earth, its plants and its creatures.Based on the award winning documentary KANYINI, NYUNTU NINTI, meaning what you should know , teaches us about the people who are at the heart of our country.Children s Book Council Notable Book 2009
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    1. Nyuntu Ninti The first book for my Australian studies.A couple of things that stuck out to me firstly was the pictures There is a different picture every page, either showing the aboriginal people playing, working, talking, or the Australian outback Secondly the way things are referred to, for instance Mother Earth or Uluru Ayers rock being called she I have heard the term Mother Earth plenty of times before, maybe in songs, or books I understood it as meaning the world was a living being, which [...]


    2. Such a wonderful little gift of a book While it is listed in the library as Junior Non Fiction it is really a book for all ages and all families Uncle Bob Randall tells us simply what we should know and I would happily quote the whole text here Written to compliment the documentary Kanyini, it inspires and motivates the reader to go straight to YouTube to find a copy of the documentary Kanyini is a sacred principle of unconditional love and responsibility to all things.It is a principle,that und [...]



    3. I really enjoyed reading this book with my young son It is beautifully written by an indigenous man Uncle Bob Bob Randall It has a very simple message to learn about the indigenous people of Australia the values they hold dear It explains that their culture is one of the oldest in the world I also tells us about how they value Mother Earth, like she is their family This is why they share such a strong connection with their surroundings, as they were brought up to care and respect everything eve [...]


    4. Bob Randall is an Anangu man from Uluru The book is based on a documentary Kanyini that I can t seem to currently track down at the moment In the book, Randall is sharing his understanding of the interconnectedness of life people, environment and animals There s a depth of thought required to read and process this that means I haven t actually finished the processing yet.The illustrations are photographs of people and places, many in black and white to indicate the past blending through into col [...]


    5. I liked the way this book is written I could almost hear the storyteller telling us about his history and culture I also felt like he very much wanted us to know about his people and their way of life It was great simple story that helps the reader understand a little about Aboriginal culture.


    6. Beautiful little book based on a documentary called Kanyini Possibly the best resource around Australian Indigenous Culture.


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