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Te Kaute-Counting
 

Te Kaute-Counting (Hardback)

By Brown, Kitty

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Count the toys in Te Reo Maori and English with your tamariki. Beautiful and funny illustrations paired with straightforward phrases will have you counting with both languages in no time.

ISBN 9780473377434
Published 8 April 2017 by Reo Pepi Tapui Ltd
Format Hardback
Language Maori (translated from: English)
Series Reo Pepi-rua
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ISBN-13 9780473377434
ISBN-10 0473377438
Stock Available
Status In stock at publisher; ships 6-12 working days
Publisher Reo Pepi Tapui Ltd
Imprint Reo Pepi Tapui Ltd
Publication Date 8 April 2017
International Publication Date 28 February 2017
Publication Country New Zealand New Zealand
Format Hardback
Language Maori
Translated from English
Author(s) By Brown, Kitty
Series Reo Pepi-rua
Category Reference
Picture Books / Young Children's books
Te Reo / Maori
NZ, Maori & Pasifika
Maori
New Zealand & Related
Maori
Number of Pages 20
Dimensions Width: 147mm
Height: 185mm
Spine: 18mm
Weight 100g
Interest Age 0-5 years
Reading Age 0-5 years
NBS Text Pre-school & Early Learning
ONIX Text Children/juvenile
Dewey Code 513.211
Catalogue Code 728103

Description of this Book

"Practice your bilingual counting skills with Te Kaute. Have fun finding all our favourite toys in the pwari pikitia!"--Publisher information.

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Awards, Reviews & Star Ratings

NZ Review Please visit our website to see some video's, hear some audio and for links to positive media reviews for our first series!

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Author's Bio

As learners ourselves and mamas we feel a strong impulse to enable ourselves and our pepi in te reo. We're keen to produce really simple, user friendly bi-lingual board books in te reo Maori for Maori and Pakeha whanau alike. Our passion for Reo Pepi has grown from our own whanau. We are cousins through our taua (Ivy and Mere Karaitiana) and have grown up close in a tino ataahua extended whanau. After education, traveling, living overseas, careers and now having children, we both returned to our rohe and find ourselves living in the same little village, Portobello on the Otago Peninsula. We both have mana tane and they are both called Dan! Between us we have four tamariki, Joe, Jake, Tama and Mihiata who inspire us and keep us very busy.

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