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Pukunoke / nā Pauline Cartwright te pakiwaitara ; nā Annabel Craighead ngā whakaahua ; nā Kāterina Te Heikōkō Mataira ngā kupu Māori.

By: Cartwright, Pauline, 1944- [author.].
Contributor(s): Mataira, Katarina, 1932-2011 [illustrator,, translator.] | Craighead, Annabel.
Material type: materialTypeLabelBookPublisher: Auckland [N.Z.] : Scholastic, 2007Description: 1 v. (unpaged) : col. ill. ; 27 cm.ISBN: 9781869438234 (pbk.) :; 9781869438234 (pbk.); 186943823X (pbk.).Uniform titles: Cross feeling. Māori Subject(s): Anger -- Fiction | Emotions -- Fiction | Family life -- Fiction | Maori language materials | PakiwaitaraDDC classification: 899.442 | NZ823.2 Summary: Cassie has woken up feeling cross. She keeps on doing things that get her into trouble, until finally, Mum has had enough and sends her to her room. Will quiet time help Carrie sort out her feelings? Suggested level: junior, primary.Summary: When Callie got out of bed, there was a funny feeling wriggling inside her. It was a cross feeling and it made it very hard for her to be good. After a number of misdemeanours, Callie is sent to her room to consider her cross feeling. She re-enacts the day's events with her toys, and comes to realise what she's done. Suggested level: junior, primary.
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Junior Māoritanga Hāwera LibraryPlus
Children's
Māoritanga CART (Browse shelf) 1 Available I2063245
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When Cassie got out of bed, there was a funny feeling wriggling inside her. It was a cross feeling and it made it very hard for her to be good. After a number of misdemeanours, Cassie is sent to her room to consider her cross feeling, and when she re-enacts the day's events with her toys, she comes to realise what she has done.

Picture story book for children in Māori.

Cassie has woken up feeling cross. She keeps on doing things that get her into trouble, until finally, Mum has had enough and sends her to her room. Will quiet time help Carrie sort out her feelings? Suggested level: junior, primary.

When Callie got out of bed, there was a funny feeling wriggling inside her. It was a cross feeling and it made it very hard for her to be good. After a number of misdemeanours, Callie is sent to her room to consider her cross feeling. She re-enacts the day's events with her toys, and comes to realise what she's done. Suggested level: junior, primary.

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