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By Werry, Philippa
The story of the 19th century New Zealand Wars, a part of New Zealand's history that many people wish they knew more about. The book describes how the wars came about, where and when they were fought, who was involved, and how they affected women and children.
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"Reviews the historic events behind the signing of the Treaty of Waitangi in 1840 and charts the celebrations, tensions and protests witnessed in the years that followed, concluding with a summary of the Waitangi Day events held around the country on 6th February today"--Publishe ...
By Casson, Mark; Werry, Philippa; Forster, Michelanne; Unasa, Leilani; Finn, Richard, OP
"Eight short plays for children. Each play covers a different subject area, including: conservation, Samoan culture, Maori mythology, absurdist comedy, language conventions, fairytales and astronomy. The plays are fun works of fictional storytelling that are focussed on entertain ...
Tom is an ordinary boy, living in Dunedin in 1936. He's going to school, reluctantly, and playing with his mates. Then the polio epidemic arrives.
Uggles hate Wopples, and Wopples hate Uggles. That's just a fact. So what happens when Utterly Uggle and his mother come face-to-face with some Wopples in outer space?
It takes more than just a good detective to solve a serious crime. These days, forensic scientists use new technologies to answer the important question: Who did it?
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