NAIDOC Week 2020

NAIDOC week is on the horizon and there is no better way to celebrate than with books.

Books that ignite discussions and awareness are all part of what NAIDOC week means for children and a great way to understand more about the community they are a part of.

If you can invite a local indigenous member from your community to be part of this week at school as you read, discuss and learn the students will learn a lot more and make real connections with the land they live upon.

Here are some great books that have come out in the last year – all great ways to bounce ideas and springboard into meaningful discussions.

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