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The marae visit / by Rebecca Beyer and Linley Wellington ; illustrated by Nikki Slade Robinson ; Te Reo translation by Hōri Rākau.

By: Beyer, Rebecca [author.].
Contributor(s): Wellington, Linley [author.] | Slade-Robinson, Nikki, 1968- [author,, illustrator.] | Rākou, Hōri [translator.].
Material type: materialTypeLabelBookPublisher: Mangawhai, [New Zealand] : Duck Creek Press, an imprint of David Ling Publishing Limited, 2019Copyright date: ©2019Description: 1 volume (unpaged) : colour illustrations ; 21 x 26 cm.ISBN: 9781927305539; 1927305535; 9781927305522; 1927305527.Subject(s): Marae -- Children's picture books | Māori (New Zealand people) -- Social life and customs -- Children's picture books | Māori (New Zealand people) -- Rites and ceremonies -- Children's picture books | Tāngata whenua | Tikanga | Reorua | Pukapuka whakaahuaGenre/Form: Picture books for children. | Children's stories, New Zealand. | Children's stories, Māori.Summary: When the class visits the marae they have lots to learn and lots to do. And they have lots of fun! This is a wonderful story about what to expect when visiting a marae.
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Children's Picture Books B (Browse shelf) Checked out 20/09/2019 A00849061
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A simple and lovely poetic story in English and Te Reo that shows the warmth and friendliness the children find when visiting their local marae. They have lots to learn and lots to do, and have lots of fun too.

When the class visits the marae they have lots to learn and lots to do. And they have lots of fun! This is a wonderful story about what to expect when visiting a marae.

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