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Edited by Sutton, Sally; Illustrated by Lovelock, Brian; Translated by Mataira, Katerina
A retelling of "Roadworks" in Maori. A boisterous picture book full of noisy fun for machine-mad kids. "Plan the road. Plan the road. Mark it on the map." Roadworks takes the reader through all the stages of making a road; from planning to construction to driving on the finished ...road, the full journey is detailed for young and curious minds with a rhythmic text and bright illustrations. * A great book for active boys full of onomatopoeic words to read aloud. * Includes a pictorial glossary of all the vehicles with a short caption of what each machine does.Read more
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By Bishop, Gavin; Translated by Mataira, Katerina
Retells the adventures of three little pigs who leave home to seek their fortune and how they deal with the big bad wolf. Suggested level: junior, primary.
The traditional tale of Mr Fox retold in Maori.
By Peirce, Robin; Translated by Mataira, Katerina; Illustrated by Slade, Nikki
Everyone wants the little black cat...until it shows its claws and hisses and spits. It's so bad-tempered, soon it will be the only little cat left in the pet shop. Maori edition of "The Cross Little Cat." Ages 4-7.
The traditional tale of the three little pigs retold in Maori.
By Watson, Joy; Translated by Mataira, Katerina; Illustrated by Hodder, Wendy
Grandpa decides it's time to clean out his shed. When Grandma offers to help, he tells her that it shouldn't take long. Grandpa didn't realise that he had a lot of stuff in his shed, and that it will take him more than a day to clean it all up. Suggested level: junior, primary.
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