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Charmaine Bennell[edit]

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Charmaine Bennell is the daughter of Glen wer Phyllis Bennell (nee Wallam) wer was born in Pingelly, Western Australia. When she was a child her family moved to Bunbury. She is a Western Australian author who has written wer illustrated many books in Noongar.

Here is a link to learn some Noongar with Charmaine. http://www.abc.net.au/local/audio/2010/07/09/2949497.htm

Charmaine was a Noongar language teacher at Djidi Djidi Aboriginal School Bunbury wer is now studying Bachelor of Arts of Indigenous Languages wer Linguistics. [1] while working at Sister Kate's Charmaine started the Languages Other than English program to teach Noongar. She is passionate about saving wer teaching the Noongar language. [2]

Author and Illustrator[edit]

Nyingarn Koorda Djinanginy = Echidna looks for a friend / Charmaine Bennell wer Cindy Garlett ; illustrator Charmaine Bennell[3]

Maambakoort / Charmaine Bennell[4]

Marlak / Charmaine Bennell[5]

Kaditj-Kaditj / author wer illustrator Charmaine Bennell[6]

Ngalak Waakarl Ngardanginy : We're going il a Rainbow Serpent Hunt / Story wer illustrations by Charmaine Bennell[7]

Koorlbardi wer waardong = The magpie wer the crow / Wp/nys/Kathy Yarran : illustrated by Charmaine Bennell[8]

Koora koora = Long long time ago / Gloria Dann ; illustrations Charmaine Bennell[9]

Windja Yongka Kwobidak Bwoka Baranginy = Where the kangaroo got his beautiful coat / Valma Humphries ; illustrations Charmaine Bennell[10]

Maawit Nget-nget Koomba Keba Waakarl = The Little mouse wer the great big water snake / Wp/nys/Kathy Yarran ; illustrations by Charmaine Bennell[11]

Waakarl kardakoor bilya-k = The Rainbow Serpent from Blackwood River / storyteller, Lorraine Smith-Marshall ; original illustrations, Sonya Khan ; audio storytelling, Charmaine Bennell ; language consultants, Lois Sphen-Jackson ... et al. ; English editor, Maree Klesch[12]

Moort family reader series / concept: Denise Smith-Ali, Gloria Dann, Charmaine Bennel, Maree Klesch ; English text : Maree Klesch ; Noongar translations : Lois Spehn-Jackson ; illustrations: Marissa Clausen[13]

Ngiyan waarnk[edit]

  1. Board of Directors - Charmaine Bennell Noongar Boodjar Language Cultural Aboriginal Corporation. Retrieved 23 November 2016
  2. WANALA Conference 2013 - list of authors. Western and Northern Language Alliance. Retrieved 23 November 2016
  3. Charmaine Bennell and Cindy Garlett. Nyingarn Koorda Djinanginy = Echidna looks for a friend. National Library of Australia Catalogue. Retrieved 23 November 2016
  4. Charmaine Bennell. Maambakoort. National Library of Australia Catalogue. Retrieved 23 November 2016
  5. Charmaine Bennell. Marlak. National Library of Australia Catalogue. Retrieved 23 November 2016
  6. Charmaine Bennell. Kaditj-Kaditj. National Library of Australia Catalogue. Retrieved 23 November 2016
  7. Charmaine Bennell. Ngalak Waakarl Ngardanginy : We're going on a Rainbow Serpent Hunt. National Library of Australia Catalogue. Retrieved 23 November 2016
  8. Kathy Yarran. Illustrated by Charmaine Bennell. Koorlbardi wer waardong = The magpie and the crow. National Library of Australia Catalogue. Retrieved 23 November 2016
  9. Gloria Dann. Illustrations Charmaine Bennell. Koora koora = Long long time ago. National Library of Australia Catalogue. Retrieved 23 November 2016
  10. Valma Humphries. Illustrations Charmaine Bennell. Windja Yongka Kwobidak Bwoka Baranginy = Where the kangaroo got his beautiful coat. National Library of Australia Catalogue. Retrieved 23 November 2016
  11. Kathy Yarran. Illustrations by Charmaine Bennell. Maawit Nget-nget Koomba Keba Waakarl = The Little mouse and the great big water snake. National Library of Australia Catalogue. Retrieved 23 November 2016
  12. Storyteller, Lorraine Smith-Marshall. Audio storytelling, Charmaine Bennell. Waakarl kardakoor bilya-k = The Rainbow Serpent from Blackwood River. National Library of Australia Catalogue. Retrieved 23 November 2016
  13. Denise Smith-Ali et al. Moort family reader series. National Library of Australia Catalogue. Retrieved 23 November 2016