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What people are saying about our book:

Dr Grace O’Brien. (QLD)

“My Deadly Book About Me is such a wonderful resource about cultural identity.  This book can be used in a classroom setting with children from the very commencement of their schooling.  Cultural identity and connection to Ancestors and Country is such an important aspect of a child’s life and this book offers an engaging and fun way for children to personally take part in finding out about who they are and where they are from.”

Dr Grace O’Brien, Lecturer/Researcher at QUT’s School of Early Childhood and Inclusive Education.

Mrs Robyn Presdee (NSW).

“I have found the publication MDBAM to be an essential teaching resource and invaluable in recording personal cultural knowledge to restore cultural identity, pride in and respect of culture. Every person, and there have been many that I have approached, without fail who have seen this book and turned the pages to explore the content have been in awe of what the publication contains and the capacity the book has to inspire one to explore and record who they are, where they come from, what is unique about their cultural story.”

Robyn Presdee, Darug Elder & Chaplain with Corrective Services NSW.

Customer feedback

“Since I was a jarjum I have been keeping notes and have a couple of files worth of info.  With the book you have created I can put it together for my mob.  Thank you so much for this and bless you Sis.” Simone Breed.  Wiradjuri, DTharawal and Bundjalung.

“Wow, your book is amazing.  I love it and can’t wait to spend quality time with it this weekend!  Such an inspiring work book…” Tanya Biondi, Townsville QLD.

Thank you Michelle @mydeadlybookaboutme I love the book and you come up with a way for Aboriginal people to record their culture and ancestors.” Stephanie Lingwoodock.

This is stunning and amazing and I would love for my Koori friends to check this out!” Ashton Kreuzer.

“Thank you so much Michelle.  I received the books today.  They are beautiful and I am sure the people I work with will love them.” Janet King, Social Worker on Palm Island, QLD.

“Just wanted to share my latest purchase with my network because I am just thrilled.  Thank you Michelle Tyhuis I am going to really enjoy filling in this book with my family and I am sure this book will be the start of much storytelling and sharing of knowledge and experience.  #mydeadlybookaboutme #supportingindigenousbusiness #culture #identity #community #connection #indigenousbooks #indigenouswriters” Di Bakon, Board of Directors, YWCA Canberra, ACT.

“(It’s) even more deadly than I was imagining.  The book is amazing and I’m really excited to write about it.” Nick Taylor, a journalist at The Koori Mail Newspaper.

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