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By Gill, Maria; Illustrated by Ivancic, Marco
UP UNTIL 125 YEARS AGO, there wasn't a single country in the world that allowed women to vote in general elections. But that was before KATE SHEPPARD. JOIN THE MARCH for women's rights and LEARN ABOUT THE LEGACY that lives on to this day.
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By Gill, Maria
Thousands of Earthquakes occur in New Zealand every year, some so small we don't feel them. Others such as the recent quakes in Christchurch and Kaikoura cause significant damage. This book explains what causes earthquakes and why New Zealand has so many, what types of quake occu ...
Brought to life in this one-of-a-kind book are the astonishing and heartwarming TRUE TALES of 20 UNFORGETTABLE ANIMAL FRIENDS that helped ANZACs serving in World War One and Two.
From the Bill of rights to the way we vote, from parliamentary headquarters to local council - and everything in between - Maria Gill explains our system of government. You will discover facts about laws, our currency, voting at the elections and the role of the media.
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