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Illustrated by Macgregor, Jill
"Every evening Kahifa joins his friends on the runway. Its the best place on the atoll to practise rugby"--Publisher's website.
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Francis's father owns a tricycle, It's one of the 7000 fleet of tricycles in Puerto Princesa.
When Seimelia returns to Tuvalu, her friends at school show her how to dance the fatele.
In Fiji, Aqela learns how to make traditional pottery made by the women in her village many years ago.
Christiano, who lives on Ma'uke in the Cook Islands, describes what happens when his pig gives birth to piglets. Contains some Cook Island Maori words and glossary. Suggested level: primary.
Kelea, who lives in Tonga, describes some of the special clothes she wears for different occasions, including the ta'ovala and kiekie. Contains some Tongan words and glossary. Suggested level: primary.
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