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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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A child dreams of inventing a new marble and having the recipe appear in the Book of Marbles. Translated into the Maori language.
By Rosen, Michael; Illustrated by Oxenbury, Helen; Translated by Teepa, Kawata
Brave bear hunters go through grass, a river, mud, and other obstacles before the inevitable encounter with the bear forces a headlong retreat. Suggested level: junior.
By Willems, Mo; Translated by Teepa, Kawata
When a bus driver takes a break from his route, a very unlikely volunteer springs up to take his place - a pigeon! But you've never met one like this before. He pleads, begs and tries to bribe you to let him drive the bus.
By Beyer, Rebecca; Wellington, Linley; Illustrated by Burdan, Andrew; Translated by Teepa, Kawata
"Little by little, the Taranaki forest is changing and the kokako are finding it more difficult to find food and protect their chicks. Rats and possums are increasingly raiding nests, taking chicks and eggs, and the young kokako Tamanui has lost his brothers and sisters. The fore ...
By Sendak, Maurice; Translated by Teepa, Kawata
Mickey's dream tumbles him into the night kitchen where three singing bakers mistake him for milk and put him in their cake batter. After explaining their mistake, Mickey flies to the Milky Way in a plane made of dough, and returns with the missing ingredient. Suggested level: ju ...
By Allen, Pamela; Translated by Teepa, Kawata
The reader is invited to guess who causes the boat to sink when five animal friends of varying sizes decide to go for a row.
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