Posts Tagged ‘Indigenous Literacy Project’

The Naked Boy and the Crocodile

Wednesday, November 23rd, 2011

Recently my 15 year-old son had a life changing experience. He spent 3 days with a group of 20 teens from his school doing voluntary work at a remote aboriginal community. They built a Wiltija to provide shade for the elders. They built 5 park benches and did many other small tasks around the community. […]

Indigenous Literacy Day – 40% of takings to be donated this Wednesday

Monday, August 30th, 2010

Indigenous Literacy Day is on this Wednesday, 1 September 2010.  Boomerang Books is a supporter of this fantastic program – this year we will be donating 40% of all takings (not profits or margin) to the cause.  You can help us to help indigenous readers by buying a book from Boomerang Books on Wednesday. For […]

Indigenous Literacy Project

Friday, August 28th, 2009

Video courtesy of: Eden Media Frequent readers of the blog will know that Boomerang Books is a proud supporter of the Indigenous Literacy Project. On September 2, 2009, we will be donating 10% of proceeds from book sales to the cause, so if you’ve been holding out on a particular purchase, and you want to […]

The Indigenous Literacy Project Launch

Tuesday, May 26th, 2009

“This project is a real opportunity for all Australians to get involved in a simple, effective and meaningful community activity. I encourage you, your school, your bookclub, or your organisation to be involved.” - Thérèse Rein, Patron This morning, I attended the launch of Book Buzz, an initiative of the Indigenous Literacy Project, at Customs House: Unfortunately, this […]