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    Cherylanne Nulla, Rowena and Wendy Goborrorr listen to a story from Gun-ngaypa Rrawa, Darwin March 2015.

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    Use a sound reader to listen to files coded into a page

This page provides information and resources about sound printed books developed through the Centre for Australian Languages and Linguistics at Batchelor Institute. All our books are published by Batchelor Press.

If you already own a sound reader you can access the files required to play the audio files in our sound printed books by downloading a file bundle. Once downloaded you can add them to your sound reader.

Download the ap4 bundle here.

(285.6 MB)

To buy a sound reader preloaded with the Batchelor Press sound files, please contact the Australian distributor:

Email:  alexanderpantelic@yahoo.com
Mobile: 0407 851 436


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