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RRP / List Price: $29.99

Title   Ako Panui : Set of 5 Books 

ubiq Price: $26.99

Author   PEARSON Scott  ISBN   9781775502302  Add to shopping cart   
Publisher   Huia Publishers  Group   Children's B View shopping cart
Binding   Slipcase Category   Kiwi Books  Terms and conditions
Edition   1 Type   Go back
Publication Year   2016 
Subject   NZ Picture books 
Stock Status   Currently in stock 
Order Status   Not currently on order 
Synopsis This is a set of five first readers in te reo Maori. These books for preschool children have simple language and humorous stories starting children on the path of learning to read Maori and the enjoyment of books. Each book has a complete English translation of the Maori text.

The books are illustrated by designer and illustrator Scott Pearson and come in a slipcase box. The titles in the set are:

1. He Kai Ma Poni is a story about colours a pony eats brightly coloured flowers until it doesnt see the bee in the yellow flower and is stung.
2. He Ra Kuri is about recognising different shapes as a girl takes her lolloping dog around an agility trial. At each test there is a mishap, but the dog gets a star for its enthusiasm.
3. Te Waimarie Hoki sees Mum and her son using different vehicles to get to town, but each breaks down in a different way, until a train picks them up and their vehicles too.
4. Me Haere Taua? sees pig imagining ways to get through, over or under a river. Finally, pig gets on elephants back to cross to the fair.
5. Tau Ke teaches counting up to ten, as groups of animals get into funny costumes and go to a party.

Featured in the 31 October 2016 New Zealand Newsletter.
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