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Of course you can! = Ka taea tonu e koe! / by Karen Hinge ; nā Ngaere Roberts I whakamāori ; illustrated by Nicky Sievert.

By: Hinge, Karen [author.].
Contributor(s): Roberts, Ngaere [author,, translator.] | Sievert, Nicky, 1974- [author,, illustrator.].
Material type: materialTypeLabelBookDescription: 32 pages : colour illustrations ; 27 cm.ISBN: 9780473421854; 0473421852.Other title: Ka taea tonu e koe!.Subject(s): First day of school -- Children's picture books | Schools -- Children's picture books | Swimming -- Children's picture books | Children with disabilities -- Children's picture books | Pukapuka whakaahua | Kōrero paki mā ngā tamarikiGenre/Form: Children's stories, New Zealand. | Children's stories, Māori. | Picture books for children.Summary: Jeremy is staring at a new school. He's not too sure about how he will fit in. But the other students make him welcome and every time he thinks he can't do something they say "off course you can!". That is until the day they go to the swimming pool.Summary: E tī mata ana a Jeremy i tētahi kura hou, me tana kore mōhio tūturu mehemea ka uru pai atu a ia, kāre rānei. Heoi anō, i rongo a ia i te āhua hoahoa ō ngā tamariki, ā, mehemea i rangirua ōna whakaaro mō wētahi ō ngā mahi, ka kī atu ngā hoa... "ka taea tonu e koe." I pērā tonu, tae noa ki te rā i haere rātau katoa ki te kaukau.
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Children's Picture Books H (Browse shelf) Available I2179294
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Jeremy is starting a new school. He is a bit nervous and a lot worried but the children in this class are welcoming. Every time he thinks he can't take part they say 'Of course you can!' and so he plays soccer, joins in the Kapa Haka and even takes part in the cross country . . . But when it comes to swimming the children tell him not to do it.

Jeremy is staring at a new school. He's not too sure about how he will fit in. But the other students make him welcome and every time he thinks he can't do something they say "off course you can!". That is until the day they go to the swimming pool.

E tī mata ana a Jeremy i tētahi kura hou, me tana kore mōhio tūturu mehemea ka uru pai atu a ia, kāre rānei. Heoi anō, i rongo a ia i te āhua hoahoa ō ngā tamariki, ā, mehemea i rangirua ōna whakaaro mō wētahi ō ngā mahi, ka kī atu ngā hoa... "ka taea tonu e koe." I pērā tonu, tae noa ki te rā i haere rātau katoa ki te kaukau.

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