This website is an exceptional teaching resource in that it has produced a collection of books which can be used in the classroom for literacy acquisition, exploring Aboriginal culture and assisting with the implementation of Aboriginal perspectives across the Key Learning Areas (KLA’s) of the curriculum. The site collaborates with Aboriginal communities, government and non-government organisations and education and learning institutions. The resource has three different series of ‘Big Fulla’ and ‘Little Fulla’ books which share the unique journey of Aboriginal Australia from different perspectives and also provide teaching guides to assist in supporting the use of books within the classroom. When learning about people and places within a neighbourhood for early stage one, the ‘Little Fulla’ series provide numerous stories that students can explore and investigate to gain an Aboriginal perspective about local communities and neighbourhoods. A teaching idea would be to use the picture book, ‘In Redfern’ by Anjelica Gordon, Lyall Munro and Jessica Robinson, as a class text and explore Redfern as a local neighbourhood and the people and places within it. A timeline or picture line could be created as a class that shows the changes to places and also the people within Redfern overtime. Understanding Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander histories and cultures provide opportunities for learners to deepen their knowledge about Australia and thus enrich their ability to participate positively in the ongoing development of Australia (ACARA, 2011).