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The singing dolphin = Te aihe i waiata / by Mere Whaanga.

By: Whaanga, Mere [author,, illustrator.].
Material type: materialTypeLabelBookDescription: 31 pages : colour illustrations ; 27 cm.ISBN: 9781775434023; 1775434028; 9781775434788; 1775434788.Subject(s): Dolphins -- Children's picture books | Māori language materials -- Bilingual | Ngā uri o Tangaroa | Tungāne | Reorua | Brothers -- Children's picture books | Pakiwaitara | Pukapuka whakaahua | Kōrero paki mā ngā tamarikiGenre/Form: Children's stories, New Zealand. | Picture books for children.DDC classification: NZ823.2 Summary: "Told in Māori and English, Mere Whaanga has spun a tale in the traditional style of a Māori legend. Pōtiki, the youngest of three brothers, is tired of always being told he is &#x;too little&#x;. One day, he stows away in his brothers&#x; fishing canoe &#x; with disastrous consequences"--Publisher information.
List(s) this item appears in: NZ Childrens Book Awards 2017
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Picture Books Manaia LibraryPlus
Children's
Children's Picture Books W (Browse shelf) Available I2163636
Picture Books Ōpunakē LibraryPlus
Children's
Children's Picture Books W (Browse shelf) Available I2163635
Picture Books Stratford
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Children's Picture Books W (Browse shelf) Checked out 16/06/2020 A00796601
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Picture story book for children.

"Told in Māori and English, Mere Whaanga has spun a tale in the traditional style of a Māori legend. Pōtiki, the youngest of three brothers, is tired of always being told he is &#x;too little&#x;. One day, he stows away in his brothers&#x; fishing canoe &#x; with disastrous consequences"--Publisher information.

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