Kanohi = My face / Kitty Brown ; Kirsten Parkinson.
Contributor(s): Parkinson, Kirsten [illustrator.].Material type: BookSeries: Brown, Kitty, Reo pepiBilingual books for whānau: Description: 18 pages : colour illustrations ; 19 cm.ISBN: 9780473331504; 0473331500.Other title: My face.Subject(s): Face -- Children's picture books | Māori language materials -- Bilingual -- Children's picture books | Reorua | Kanohi | Tinana | Pānui pukapuka | Pukapuka whakaahua | Kōrero paki mā ngā tamarikiGenre/Form: Children's stories, New Zealand. | Children's stories, Māori. | Picture books for children.DDC classification: 611.92 Summary: Reflecting pepi's sweet first words game, Kanohi features beautiful illustrations of kiwi kids having fun. Use Kanohi to learn the parts of pepi's face together with some simple te reo Maori.
|Item type||Current location||Collection||Call number||Status||Date due||Barcode||Item holds|
|Junior Māoritanga||Hāwera LibraryPlus Children's||Māoritanga||BROW (Browse shelf)||Checked out||15/10/2019||i2164980|
|Junior Māoritanga||Stratford Children's||Children's Picture Books||B (Browse shelf)||Available||A00840333|
Enhanced descriptions from Syndetics:
Reflecting pepi¿s sweet first words game, Kanohi-My Face features kiwi kids having fun. Use Kanohi-My Face to learn the parts of pepi¿s face together with some simple te reo Maori repeated again in English. Hand drawn images grace every page of these durable, gloss finish, wipable, chewable board books. Repetive sentences in both te reo Maori and English encourage learning, and new words introduce new vocabulary for tamariki, educators and whanau too. A helpful pronounciation guide and phonetics glossary feature at the rear of the books. The focus here is on making te reo accessible, available and straightforward for all kiwi¿s.
Board book for children.
"Bilingual pukapuka for all whānau to share"--Back cover.
Reflecting pepi's sweet first words game, Kanohi features beautiful illustrations of kiwi kids having fun. Use Kanohi to learn the parts of pepi's face together with some simple te reo Maori.
Parallel text in English and Māori.