Secondhand. Good condition. Ex library book with external stickers removed. Date due slip on inside title page. Some general edgewear. Small mark on right foredge. Book has been cleaned and binding is very good.
The remarkable life story of Monty Walgar, a Yamaji man from the Murchison River area of Western Australia. Taken from his mother at the age of 10, he was one of the first of his generation to have legal access to alcohol, and the results were devastating.
Jinangga is a poignant example of the effects of alcohol abuse on Indigenous people. Monty tells his story with courage, humility and gentle humour. His victory over drinking is a source of inspiration to anyone who has struggled with addiction. (back cover)
Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander readers please note that this book may contain descriptions and/or images of people who have passed away.