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Tangi ana te pere / nā Maxine Hemi ; nā Andrew Burdan ngā pikitia.

By: Hemi, Maxine [author.].
Contributor(s): Burdan, Andrew [author,, illustrator.].
Material type: materialTypeLabelBookDescription: 1 volume (unpaged) : colour illustrations ; 27 cm.ISBN: 9781775503026; 177550302X.Subject(s): Pūoro reo | Kura tuatahi | Autoharp -- Children's picture books | Elves -- Children's picture books | Pakiwaitara | Pukapuka whakaahua | Kōrero paki mā ngā tamarikiGenre/Form: Children's stories, New Zealand. | Children's stories, Māori. | Picture books for children.DDC classification: 899.4423 Summary: "Children at school enjoy singing when their teacher, Nanny Hineari, plays an autoharp. But, one day, the harp goes missing. The children and Nanny go on adventures to search for the harp, but it seems lost. Only a fantail saw elves taking the harp from class, and it leads Nanny to the elves' glade where they are practising for a competition. The elves' band sounds terrible, so Nanny gives fantail some music to take to them secretly. The elves win the competition and quietly return the harp. The children are delighted, and only Nanny and fantail know what really happened"--Publisher information.
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"Children at school enjoy singing when their teacher, Nanny Hineari, plays an autoharp. But, one day, the harp goes missing. The children and Nanny go on adventures to search for the harp, but it seems lost. Only a fantail saw elves taking the harp from class, and it leads Nanny to the elves' glade where they are practising for a competition. The elves' band sounds terrible, so Nanny gives fantail some music to take to them secretly. The elves win the competition and quietly return the harp. The children are delighted, and only Nanny and fantail know what really happened"--Publisher information.

Picture story book for children.

"Children at school enjoy singing when their teacher, Nanny Hineari, plays an autoharp. But, one day, the harp goes missing. The children and Nanny go on adventures to search for the harp, but it seems lost. Only a fantail saw elves taking the harp from class, and it leads Nanny to the elves' glade where they are practising for a competition. The elves' band sounds terrible, so Nanny gives fantail some music to take to them secretly. The elves win the competition and quietly return the harp. The children are delighted, and only Nanny and fantail know what really happened"--Publisher information.

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