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Publisher's Summary

Since the publication of her prize-winning memoir, Craft for a Dry Lake, writer and artist Kim Mahood has been returning to the Tanami desert country in far north-western Australia where, as a child, she lived with her family on a remote cattle station. The land is timeless, but much has changed: the station has been handed back to its traditional owners, the mining companies have arrived and Aboriginal art has flourished.
©2016 Kim Mahood (P)2017 W.F. Howes Ltd
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By Netgrrl on 03-14-17

Beautiful Story

I really enjoyed this book, however, being a 3rd generation Alice Springs person, I found the pronunciation of many place names and aboriginal words cringe worthy. I had to refer to the text to see what the actual reference was. Araluen Arts Centre is prounounced A-RA-LOOO-EN

Also, they should have recorded it again when the reader stumbled a few times.

BUT the book is amazing. I loved hearing about the gorgeous Pam Lofts, about the history of Balgo arts and their adventures in the desert.

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