Tuna and Patiki

Tuna and Patiki

Two Fishy Friends of Ngaruroro Awa

Book - 2014
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A story about two fish living in the Ngaruroro River alongside the Kohupatiki Marae. It creates an awareness for children about the importance of caring for our waterways and the conservation of our river environments.
Publisher: [Havelock North] :, Clare Blokker,, [2014].
©2014
Branch Call Number: PICTURE BOOK
Characteristics: 1 volume (unpaged) :,colour illustrations ;,21 x 30 cm.
Additional Contributors: Blokker, Sophie

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