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By Sutton, Sally; Illustrated by Belton, Robyn
Now in paperback. Farmer John's rusty old tractor lies locked in the shed. Rusty yet trusty and orangey-red. When the rain comes and the river rises, will Farmer John's tractor be able to save the day?
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By Cowley, Joy; Illustrated by Belton, Robyn
When Grandma goes on holiday, Katie offers to look after her goldfish. Yum! thinks Greedy Cat
By Belton, Robyn
"He kur pakupaku Hpata, i te taha moana ia e noho ana. I aroha te katoa ki a ia, engari i tino arohaina ia e Timi. I ttahi rangi paki, ka haere te kur hiamo nei, a Hpata, m runga poti i te taha o t Timi ppa ki Te Hoiere. Engari kore ttehi i mhio, i te kino haere te rangi, , ka tp...ono a Hpata ki te haerenga mrearea rawa atu on tna oranga"--Back cover.Read more
By Beck, Jennifer; Illustrated by Belton, Robyn
"It is wartime in Europe. A young soldier from 'a country on the other side of the world' rescues and brings back to health a little bantam, and in the midst of the fighting and devastation an unusual friendship is formed. Every morning the bantam lays an egg for the soldier and ...his friends and becomes the center of their affection and hopes for the end of the war"--Publisher information.Read more
Simon and his mum live in a caravan. When Simon sees a competition in the newspaper for the best-decorated Christmas house, he is keen to enter it. His mother says she can't afford expensive lights and decorations, so Simon decides to decorate their caravan his own way. Ages 3+.
"This a WWI-era picture book intended for children aged 6+ and based on true events and a real-life young soldier from Dunedin named Alexander Aitken, who was a brilliant mathematician and a gifted violinist, as well as an artifact - the violin - that has survived the war and rem...ains on display at Otago Boys High to this day"--Publisher information.Read more
The General and his men are about to fire on a town they are at war with. But the Gunner has bad news - they can't load the gun as there is a duck nesting inside it. The General calls a ceasefire until the gun can be used again and takes a white flag to the opposing town. But the... men soon get used to living a peaceful existence.Read more
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