The heading dog who split in half : legends and tall tales from New Zealand / written by Michael Brown ; artwork by Mat Tait.

By: Brown, Mike, 1970- [author.]
Contributor(s): Tait, Mat, 1970- [illustrator.]
Material type: TextTextPublisher: Nelson, New Zealand : Potton & Burton, 2015Description: 156 pages : illustrations, portraits ; 32 cmISBN: 9781927213575; 1927213576Subject(s): Comic books, strips, etc -- New ZealandGenre/Form: Graphic novels. Summary: "The book includes Pākehā, Māori and general New Zealand tales from around the country, including the poignant legend of Dunedin’s Tunnel Beach, tales of Lake Tarawera’s ghostly canoe, musterers’ yarns from the Canterbury high country, and more. The Heading Dog Who Split in Half uncovers a New Zealand not found in the history books, but which exists as a country of the imagination, half-familiar, half-dream."--Publishers website.
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Adult Graphic Novel Hāwera LibraryPlus
Fiction
Adult Graphic Novels Non Fiction (Browse shelf) Checked out 09/11/2020 i2150292
Teen Graphic Novels Stratford
Teen
Teen Graphic Novels BRO (Browse shelf) Available A00764535
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"The book includes Pākehā, Māori and general New Zealand tales from around the country, including the poignant legend of Dunedin’s Tunnel Beach, tales of Lake Tarawera’s ghostly canoe, musterers’ yarns from the Canterbury high country, and more. The Heading Dog Who Split in Half uncovers a New Zealand not found in the history books, but which exists as a country of the imagination, half-familiar, half-dream."--Publishers website.

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