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Njunjul the sun written by Meme McDonald and Boori Monty Pryor ; photographs by Meme McDonald. by Meme McDonald

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Published by Allen & Unwin in Crows Nest, N.S.W .
Written in English

Subjects:

Places:

  • Australia

Subjects:

  • Indigenous peoples -- Fiction.,
  • Teenage boys -- Fiction.,
  • Children"s stories, Australian.,
  • Short stories.,
  • Australia -- Fiction.

Book details:

Edition Notes

GenreFiction.
ContributionsPryor, Boori, 1950-
Classifications
LC ClassificationsPZ7.M4784193 Nju 2003
The Physical Object
Pagination161 p. :
Number of Pages161
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL3754507M
ISBN 10186508641X
LC Control Number2003447440
OCLC/WorldCa51108272

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  Njunjul the Sun will make you laugh, even as it grips your heart. Njunjul the Sun completes the trilogy, begun with My Girragundji and The Binna Binna Man, charting the journey of self-discovery of a young Aboriginal boy as he learns to draw strength from his traditional heritage and to find a way of living in contemporary Australia.   Summary. Njunjul the Sun is an award-winning, outstandingly honest, original, eye-opening story about a young man daring to step out into a complex world.. Njunjul the Sun will make you laugh, even as it grips your heart. It completes the trilogy, begun with My Girragundji and The Binna Binna Man, charting the journey of self-discovery of a young Aboriginal boy as he learns to draw . Get this from a library! Njunjul the sun. [Meme McDonald; Boori Pryor] -- A young Aboriginal lad wants to go to the city to experience something different from the old ways. Get this from a library! Njunjul the sun. [Meme McDonald; Boori Pryor] -- A restless and bored sixteen-year-old is sent by his extended Aboriginal family to stay with relatives in Sydney where the people he meets and his experiences help him to overcome his homesickness.

  Njunjul the Sun will make you laugh, even as it grips your heart. Njunjul the Sun completes the trilogy, begun with My Girragundji and The Binna Binna Man, charting the journey of self-discovery of a young Aboriginal boy as he learns to draw strength from his traditional heritage and to find a way of living in contemporary Australia/5(36). In striving to enrich the lives of all readers, TeachingBooks supports the First Amendment and celebrates the right to read. Njunjul the Sun Paperback – Febru by Meme McDonald (Author) › Visit Amazon's Meme McDonald Page. Find all the books, read about the author, and more. See search results for this author. Are you an author? Learn about Author Central. Meme McDonald (Author), Boori Monty Pryor (Author) Author: Meme McDonald, Boori Monty Pryor. WHAT IS YOUR LATEST BOOK OR CURRENT PROJECT? My most recent novel is Love Like Water, Allen & Unwin, My most recently translated book is Njunjul The Sun, fiction (co-author Boori Monty Pryor), German edition Baobab Books Switzerland, I also have recent essays in Griffith Review and Synergies in Healing.

Premier’s Literary Awards ; and Winner, Book of the Year and Author/Narrator book category, TDK Audio Book Awards Njunjul the Sun makes up a trilogy with these two books. Meme and Boori also collaborated on Flytrap, a book for slightly younger readers. Njunjul the Sun will make you laugh, even as it grips your heart. Njunjul the Sun completes the trilogy, begun with My Girragundji and The Binna Binna Man, charting the journey of self-discovery of a young Aboriginal boy as he learns to draw strength from his traditional heritage and to find a way of living in contemporary Australia. The boy is Brand: Allen & Unwin. Here Comes the Sun. Reviewed by Sue Bursztynski. Njunjul the Sun is the third in a trilogy that began with My Girragundji and continued with The Binna-Binna previous novels have won several awards and the first was the Children's Book Council of Australia Book of the Year, deservedly so. From the book by Meme McDonald and Boori Monty Pryor. Professional production. Njunjul, the Sun is a coming-of age play, where young people have to leave home to discover themselves, and where they have a choice of going back home to live a transformed life, or staying and coping with the new life that a new environment offers.. Although it is best known to us through Western culture, as a.