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By Koster, Melanie; Illustrated by Anderson, Sarah Nelisiwe
Milly Maloo is in despair as she has a grand garden party to attend and no hat to wear. So she borrows a hat from her neighbour, Penelope Primm. It's very plain and doesn't suit Milly's flamboyant style, so with the help of some miracle glue a marvellous hat is produced.
By Gurney, Chris; Anderson, Sarah Nelisiwe
A rhyming Kiwi retelling of the traditional story of Goldilocks and the three bears. However in this version "Goldie" is a little kiwi girl who eats the fish and chip dinner of three penguins. Suggested level: junior, primary.
By Mewburn, Kyle; Illustrated by Anderson, Sarah Nelisiwe
If you found a big red button in the middle of a forest, would you push it? Even if it said 'DO NOT PUSH' in big red letters? When Cam decides to give the button just a LITTLE push, he doesn't think anybody will notice. But he's in for a big surprise!
"Story about a pristine village that one day experiences the impact of an old tractor, burning tyres and filterless chimneys on a factory. One of the villagers, Luther, goes to find the cause of these 'clouds' that have descended on the village, and convinces all of the 'cloud-ma...kers' to clean up the way they do things"--Publisher information. Suggested level: junior, primary.Read more
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By Malam, Rosalind; Illustrated by Anderson, Sarah Nelisiwe
"There's a thud, thud thudding as we scurry down the stairs. Breakfast's nearly ready! sounds like music to my ears." Rhythmical text and illustrations introduce children to onomatopoeia through a range of sounds that they hear, both subconsciously and consciously, around them ev...eryday.Read more
By Gurney, Chris; Illustrated by Anderson, Sarah Nelisiwe
When Little Red has to get on her bike to take some bikkies to her Nana who is crook, the cunning kuri gets there first! But he's no match for team Little Red ...
Illustrated by Anderson, Sarah Nelisiwe
A collection of great stories written by NZ children between the ages of 5 and 13 - all winners of the Scholastic Short Story Competition.
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