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By Beattie, Kath
"Fictionalised diary of Amy Dyer who is caught up in Cyclone Bola in Gisborne, 1988. Amy is a twelve-year-old Auckland girl whose parents have left her to stay on a vineyard in Gisborne with relatives while they go on a sailing trip. Cyclone Bola strikes, sending the area into ch ...
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Reuben Radcliffe's father owns the store in the small township of Waipapa. When the bank forecloses on a loan, Reuben and his family are forced to leave their home and move into a tent. With no money and little food, Reuben has to leave school and find work. Heading north with hi ...
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"The story is told by Poppet, the foster-parent's grand-daughter, a sassy, intelligent, little girl - nearly eight when the story begins - who has been raised as the grand-parent's child. Innocent as she is, Poppet has more insight, understanding and common-sense than the teenage ...
"Art, in a myriad of forms, is the focus at Artsenta, a supportive studio which has its beginnings at Cherry Farm Psychiatric Hospital (Otago). This lively account traces the history of those whose leadership and vision has successfully weathered 30 years"--Back cover.
Reader for children. Audio CD also available.
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