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Moon cow / written by Kyle Mewburn ; illustrated by Deidre Copeland.

By: Mewburn, Kyle, 1963- [author.].
Contributor(s): Copeland, Deidre [illustrator.].
Material type: materialTypeLabelBookPublisher: Auckland : OneTree House, 2018Copyright date: ©2011Edition: Bilingual edition.Description: 1 volume (unpaged) : colour illustrations ; 27 cm.ISBN: 9780995106604.Other title: Kau me te Marama.Subject(s): Sheep -- Children's picture books | Counting -- Children's picture books | Moon -- Children's picture booksGenre/Form: Picture books for children. | Children's stories, New Zealand.Action note: Sir George Grey Special Collections. Retain bibliographic description.Summary: "When Milly the cow looks up at the moon she knows it must be lonely, so she decides to keep it company. The other cows think she's crazy, but Milly continues trying to win the moon's friendship. But this is harder than Milly thinks. After all, how do you get the moon to share its secrets with you?"--Provided by publisher.
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Milly the cow decides to keep the moon company. How do you share secrets with something that is so far away, and so silent? Bilingual editions of this popular New Zealand story by award-winning writer Kyle Mewburn, illustrated by Deidre Copeland -- offered in a range of community languages.

Picture story book for children by an Australian-born author resident in New Zealand.

"When Milly the cow looks up at the moon she knows it must be lonely, so she decides to keep it company. The other cows think she's crazy, but Milly continues trying to win the moon's friendship. But this is harder than Milly thinks. After all, how do you get the moon to share its secrets with you?"--Provided by publisher.

Parallel text in English and Māori.

Sir George Grey Special Collections. Retain bibliographic description.

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