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Nga Reme Riki E Toru

Nga Reme Riki E Toru
  

"A Maori retelling of the Kiwi corker: The three little lambs"--Publisher information. Suggested level: junior.

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ISBN 9781775430728
Published 1 February 2012 by Scholastic
Format Paperback, Maori language ed.
Author(s) By Foley, Sher
Retold by Tibble, Paora
Illustrated by Hinde, Deborah
Availability Out of print

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ISBN-13 9781775430728
ISBN-10 1775430723
Stock Out of stock
Status Out of print
Publisher Scholastic
Imprint Scholastic New Zealand
Publication Date 1 February 2012
Publication Country New Zealand New Zealand
Format Paperback, Maori language ed.
Edition Maori language ed.
Author(s) By Foley, Sher
Retold by Tibble, Paora
Illustrated by Hinde, Deborah
Category Picture Storybooks
NZ, Maori & Pasifika
Maori
New Zealand & Related
Interest Age 2-6 years
Reading Age 2-6 years
NBS Text Picture Books
ONIX Text Children/juvenile
Number of Pages 24
Dimensions Width: 240mm
Height: 250mm
Weight Not specified - defaults to 600g
Dewey Code 823.3
Catalogue Code 235920

Description of this Book

Kiwi kids will love this home-grown version of The Three Little Pigs, where the wolf is substituted for a giant weasel and the houses are made from ferns, paua shells and hangi stones!

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Author's Bio

This is Sher Foley's second picture book with Scholastic NZ. Her first, The Cat With No Name (illustrated by Brian Lovelock), was a Storylines Notable Book 2010. Sher works as a science librarian and lives in Auckland. Illustrator Deborah Hinde has illustrated many children's books including Scholastic's bestselling A Kiwi Night Before Christmas and A Kiwi Jingle Bells. She lives in Te Awamutu. Paora Tibble has worked in children's/educational publishing for over 12 years and was a senior reo Maori editor at Learning Media Ltd. He has also had several children's books published in te reo Maori. His iwi are Ngati Porou, Te Whanau-a-Apanui, Ngati Tuwharetoa and Ngati Raukawa.

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