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              Awa and the Dreamrealm: Dreamweavers Book 1
               

              Awa and the Dreamrealm: Dreamweavers Book 1 (Trade Paperback / Paperback)

              By Ritchie, Isa Pearl

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              What if dreams are more real than waking life? Life is already complicated enough for Awa Bryant when she starts having weird dreams - waking dreams - and strange coincidences start appearing in her real life. She meets dreamcharmer, Veila, a quirky glowing creature who helps to ...guide Awa through the mysterious Dreamrealm. At first the Dreamrealm is a glorious escape from Awa's daily struggles but something is not right... Soon Awa discovers she has a bigger quest, and everything she cares about is at stake. Will she be brave enough to face her fears and save her friends?
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              ISBN 9780473495749
              Released NZ 15 Oct 2019
              Publisher Te Ra Aroha Press
              Interest Age 8-12 years
              Series Dreamweavers
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              Into the Labyrinth: Dreamweavers Book 2
                

              Into the Labyrinth: Dreamweavers Book 2 (Trade Paperback / Paperback)

              By Ritchie, Isa Pearl

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              The fragments Awa Bryant trapped just after she learned she was a long-awaited Dreamweaver are terrifyingly close to breaking free - so close that even in the waking world she can hear their efforts to crack their giant glass prison. Can she succeed in her quest and defeat them b...efore the marvellous Dreamrealm is destroyed?
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              ISBN 9780473505479
              Published NZ 20 Feb 2020
              Publisher Te Ra Aroha Press
              Interest Age 9-12 years
              Series Dreamweavers
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              Facing the Shadow
                

              Facing the Shadow (Paperback)

              By Ritchie, Isa Pearl

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              rom the outside, Awa seems like a normal teen, struggling with anxiety over school and friendships. However, secretly, she holds a rare power. She is a Dreamweaver, one who walks between worlds: that of waking life and the Dreamrealm. Now, she's finally managed to master some of ...her powers and alchemise the shadow fragments that were plaguing the beautiful Dreamrealm, but she knows there's so much more that has to be done in order to face the terrifying Shadow. Awa loves exploring the Dreamrealm. She develops the power to visit her school friends in their dreams, even though they don't know she's a Dreamweaver. That backfires when her best friend Ella is kidnapped in a dream, causing her to come down with a mysterious illness in her waking life. Awa must do everything she can to save Ella... but she has no idea what! And to make matters worse, Veila, her friend and guide, has gone missing. Awa knows she must act quickly because Ella and Veila's lives are at stake, and she's going to need all the help she can get, even if that means recruiting her other friends to help! "A series to get kids hooked" - The Sapling
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              ISBN 9780473534028
              Published NZ 5 Oct 2020
              Publisher Te Ra Aroha Press
              Interest Age General Audience
              Series Dreamweavers
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              Fishing for Maui
                

              Fishing for Maui (Trade Paperback / Paperback)

              By Ritchie, Isa Pearl

              • RRP: $34.99
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              A novel about food, whanau and mental illness. Valerie reads George Eliot to get to sleep - just to take her mind off worries over her patients, her children, their father and the next family dinner...

              ISBN 9780473437541
              Published NZ 4 Jul 2018
              Publisher Te Ra Aroha Press
              Interest Age General Audience
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              Food, Freedom, Community: How small local actions can solve complex global problems
                

              Food, Freedom, Community: How small local actions can solve complex global problems (Trade Paperback / Paperback)

              By Ritchie, Isa Pearl

              • RRP: $65.99
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              Food isn't just what we eat, it connects us to our family, our community and the world around us. We live in a challenging time in history, facing unprecedented global crises, and yet, local food initiatives by small farmers, community workers, and activists offer solutions to th...ese large complex problems. Solutions at the local level can give us personal and community agency, connecting us with one another and inspiring new ways of thinking, sharing and creating value.The problems with global corporate capitalist exploitation are becoming more and more evident. Local food and strong community networks can provide alternatives to this destructive system, as well as many wider benefits for society and the environment. This book shows alternative food networks, food sovereignty, and social economics, through case-studies or real people and communities in both urban and rural New Zealand, as well as a global lens. These inspiring stories and helpful insights provide a compass that can help us to navigate towards a more equitable and sustainable future.
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              ISBN 9780473519605
              Released NZ 17 May 2020
              Publisher Te Ra Aroha Press
              Interest Age General Audience
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