Te rua rāpeti / nā Jill Eggleton te kōrero ; nā Richard Hoit ngā pikitia.

By: Eggleton, Jill [author,, narrator.]
Contributor(s): Hoit, Richard, 1970- [illustrator.]
Material type: TextTextLanguage: Maori Original language: English Series: Eggleton, Jill, Bud.e pānui: puka 4.Description: 20 unnumbered pages : chiefly illustrations ; 22 cmISBN: 9781775502418 (paperback); 1775502414Other title: Rua rāpetiSubject(s): Reorua | Rabbits -- Children's fiction | Pānui pukapuka | Pakiwaitara | Reo MāoriGenre/Form: Children's stories, New Zealand. | Children's stories, Māori. Summary: Te Rua Rapeti (Hop It!) is the fourth of 20 books of the Bud-e Reading programme for children 4-7 years old that are now available in te reo Maori.The books encourage children to learn to read and write through fun stories and also develop children's reading confidence. All of the stories have humour, engaging characters and amusing illustrations that capture children's interest. The books gradually introduce new words and constructions and build the word bank children need to become independent readers.
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Nau mai ki te Ao Pānui. Te whakaaro, te kōrero, te pānui, te tuhituhi.

Te Rua Rapeti (Hop It!) is the fourth of 20 books of the Bud-e Reading programme for children 4-7 years old that are now available in te reo Maori.The books encourage children to learn to read and write through fun stories and also develop children's reading confidence. All of the stories have humour, engaging characters and amusing illustrations that capture children's interest. The books gradually introduce new words and constructions and build the word bank children need to become independent readers.

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