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By Mewburn, Kyle; Illustrated by Teo, Ali; O'Reilly, John; Retold by Roberts, Ngaere
Melu decides to follow his dream, instead of the herd The mules had been clip-clopping around the sun-baked hills for generations. They always clip-clopped in the same direction: west towards the setting sun. And they never ventured down to the glittering green sea. But Melu was ...different. He was always out of step. When the herd clipped, Melu clopped. When the others clopped, Melu clipped. And one day, he decided he wanted to go down to the glittering green sea Selling Points A story that celebrates difference and determination Award-winning author/illustrator duo of Kiss! Kiss! Yuck! Yuck! and Ducks Stuck fame Simple, evocative text supported by simple, quirky illustrations that will delightRead more
By Thatcher, Stephanie; Translated by Roberts, Ngaere
"Ptangitangi is looking for her friend. What will she do when she finds him? A surprising rhyming story about two playful little ducks"--Publisher information.
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By Pulford, Elizabeth; Illustrated by Cooper, Jenny; Translated by Roberts, Ngaere
"Little Danny and his dad live on Gran's farm, and Rasmas the kid goat has been a part of Danny's life for as long as he remembers. Like Danny, Rasmas has no mum. Goat and boy become inseparable. But eventually, there is a new 'mum' on the scene, a move resulting in a sad goodbye... between Danny and Rasmas. Danny is heartbroken, but he and Rasmas still have adventures together in his dreams, until one day, Dad and his new mum have a happy surprise for him".
English version "Rasmas" is available on ISBN: 9781775433101Read more
By McMillan, Dawn; Illustrated by White, Keinyo; Retold by Roberts, Ngaere
Two boys go for a walk together and the boy with sight describes colours to the blind boy. Includes glossary of Maori language terms. Suggested level: junior.
Illustrated by Thatcher, Stephanie
"Poor young Bertie is fed up with being asked which brother he is - the sporty one, the arty one or the clever one. "No", says Bertie, "I'm the other brother". But when Bertie finds out how good he is at helping others, he finally gets his own special tag: the kind brother"--Publ...isher information.Read more
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