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Creatures from Sea Country Big Book

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SKU EMB084 (Price Excludes GST)

Aboriginal art cultural resource

An Aboriginal art adventure that celebrates the beauty of marine life with the richness of Indigenous culture.

Through the eyes of Indigenous artist and story teller Kiz Costelloe, children will learn how creatures of sea country are not only a source of bush tucker but also hold significant cultural meaning to the Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people.

Beautifully illustrated and written by the talented Aboriginal artist Kiz Costelloe.

Kiz Costelloe is a proud Mandandanji and Noonuccal woman. She was born and raised in Rockhampton, Queensland with her mum and sister, Nysh.

Her elders are her biggest inspiration and getting to carry on her Uncle’s legacy by
pursuing art and sharing his name and stories is something she values very deeply.

Kiz has used her knowledge in art and health to make a difference in her community by teaching people of all ages to believe in themselves and that they can do whatever they put their minds to.

Kiz is very passionate about sharing her Indigenous culture, art and teachings to kids all over the country in her vibrant educational resources created in collaboration with Education National.

Visual, vocabulary and Imagination learning

Captivating illustrations, photos and words can help to increase children’s imagination, creativity and sensory learning skills as well as provide wonderful classroom discussions.

Written by Kiz Costelloe

Thoughtfully written by Kiz Costelloe, a proud Mandandanji and Noonuccal woman.

Made in Australia

Oz Publishing books are proudly designed, illustrated, written and printed in Australia using Australian sustainably sourced paper.

What’s in the box?

This product is sold individually.

Dimensions: A3. (42cm x 30cm) 

Pages: 16 pages. 300gsm mat celoglaze covers and 200gsm satin pages.

Weight: 250 grams.

Ages: 3+

Creatures from Sea Country Big Book

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