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Grandad's guitar / Janine McVeagh & Fifi Colston.

By: McVeagh, Janine, 1946- [author.].
Contributor(s): Colston, Fifi, 1960- [illustrator.].
Material type: materialTypeLabelBookDescription: 32 unnumbered pages : colour illustrations, music ; 26 cm.ISBN: 9780994137968 .Subject(s): Voyages and travels -- Children's picture books | Reminiscing -- Children's picture books | Grandparent and child -- Children's picture books | Guitar music -- Children's picture books | Guitarists -- Children's picture booksGenre/Form: Picture books for children. | Children's stories, New Zealand.Summary: Kahu inherits his grandad's battered old guitar and wants to know why he can't have a nice new one. Then his nana tells him about the adventures the guitar's been on all over the world: travelling with bandits in Afghanistan, playing on beaches in Greece and entertaining monkeys in India. Everywhere they went Kahu's grandad and his guitar made people dance and sing. That's when Kahu starts to play ...
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Picture Books Ōpunakē LibraryPlus
Children's
Children's Picture Books M (Browse shelf) Available I2166937
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Kahu inherits his grandad¿s battered old guitar and wants to know why he can¿t have a nice new one ¿ until his nana tells him about the adventures the guitar¿s been on all over the world, travelling with bandits in Afghanistan, playing on beaches in Greece and entertaining monkeys in India. And how everywhere they went Kahu¿s grandad and his guitar made people dance and sing. That¿s when Kahu starts to play

Kahu inherits his grandad's battered old guitar and wants to know why he can't have a nice new one. Then his nana tells him about the adventures the guitar's been on all over the world: travelling with bandits in Afghanistan, playing on beaches in Greece and entertaining monkeys in India. Everywhere they went Kahu's grandad and his guitar made people dance and sing. That's when Kahu starts to play ...

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