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By Cotter, Sacha; Illustrated by Morgan, Josh; Translated by Teepa, Kawata
This story is the te reo Maori translation of The Bomb. In this story about being true to oneself, a boy searches for the secret to doing the perfect bomb into the water.
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By Holt, Sharon; Illustrated by Morgan, Josh
Nga Ahua is about shapes and body parts. The children make shapes with their bodies such as making a heart with fingers, making a diamond with legs etc. Children can also search for the shapes on each page.
By Cotter, Sacha; Illustrated by Morgan, Josh
A child dreams of inventing a new marble and having the recipe appear in the Book of Marbles.
A child dreams of inventing a new marble and having the recipe appear in the Book of Marbles. Translated into the Maori language.
"This is the te reo Maori version of the children's picture book Keys by Sacha Cotter, illustrated by Joshua Morgan. In this picture book, as Dad tucks his daughter into bed, he tells her fantastically imaginative stories about the keys on his key ring and what they unlock - from ...
"In this lively picture book for children aged 3-7, Dad tells his daughter imaginative stories about the keys on his key ring and what they unlock, from a zippenburger that takes him to work, to a rocket to collect space noodles for lunch, and a paddock with a woolly mammoth that ...
Join in the fun and make up your own actions to this book about shapes and body parts. A boy makes a triangle with his arms. A girl makes a diamond with her legs. At the end, all the friends make a circle. The gorgeous illustrations on the right hand pages give the children the c ...
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