The book has a central character, a woman called Sue Coleman Haseldine.
The emu is an iconic Australian bird of significance to all Australians, but especially so to Indigenous Australians who have had a special relationship with this curious animal for thousands of years.
World Day for Audiovisual Heritage raises awareness about the importance and vulnerability of audiovisual collections.
Use of either Aborigine(s) or Aboriginal(s) to refer to individuals has acquired negative connotations in some sectors of the community, and it is generally regarded as insensitive and even offensive.
The more accepted expression is Aboriginal Australians or Aboriginal people.
A less formal term, used by Indigenous Australians themselves and not normally derogatory, is "blackfellas", as distinguished from "whitefellas".