A land discovered, Gondwana-1835 / John Parker.

By: Parker, John, 1939 Apr. 6-
Contributor(s): Television New Zealand
Material type: TextTextSeries: Parker, John, Frontier of dreams: Publisher: Auckland, N.Z. : Scholastic, 2005Description: 107 p. : ill. (some col.) ; 27 cmISBN: 1869436806Uniform titles: Frontier of dreams (Television program) Subject(s): New Zealand -- History -- Children's nonfiction | New Zealand -- History -- 19th century -- Children's nonfictionDDC classification: 993
Contents:
A new world -- A land with people -- Two worlds meet 1642-1835.
Summary: The first volume in a four-volume history of New Zealand from its creation through to the 21st century. Suitable for younger readers as well as for adults, author John Parker has drawn from the wealth of material compiled by New Zealand history specialists and from the television scripts, to cover the major events of this country's history - and some minor curiosities as well.
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Junior Non Fiction Hāwera LibraryPlus
Children's
Children's Non Fiction 919 COUNTRIES (Browse shelf) 1 Available I2045085
Junior Non Fiction Stratford
Children's
Children's Non Fiction 993 PAR (Browse shelf) 1 Available A00480445
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Published in association with the TVNZ series 'Frontier of dreams'.

Includes index.

A new world -- A land with people -- Two worlds meet 1642-1835.

The first volume in a four-volume history of New Zealand from its creation through to the 21st century. Suitable for younger readers as well as for adults, author John Parker has drawn from the wealth of material compiled by New Zealand history specialists and from the television scripts, to cover the major events of this country's history - and some minor curiosities as well.

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