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He tai pari / Sarina Dickson ; illustrations by Jenny Cooper ; lessons plans by Sarina Dickson, BEd, Grad Dip Tch & Lng ; family exercises by Julie Burgess-Manning BA (Hons) (Psych), PGDip PP (psych), MSc (FamTher).

By: Dickson, Sarina, 1975- [author.].
Contributor(s): Cooper, Jenny, 1961- [illustrator.] | Keogh, Kaharau [translator.] | Burgess-Manning, Julie, 1970- [author,, writer of supplementary textual content.].
Material type: materialTypeLabelBookPublisher: [Christchurch] : Kōtuku Creative, [2016]Copyright date: ©2016Description: 127 pages : illustrations ; 20 cm.ISBN: 9780473368739; 0473368730.Uniform titles: Rising tide. Māori Subject(s): Anxiety -- Children's fiction | Secrets -- Children's fiction | Resilience (Personality trait) -- Children's fiction | Family life -- Children's fictionGenre/Form: Children's stories, New Zealand. | Children's stories, Māori.DDC classification: NZ823.3 Online resources: Click here to access online Summary: "Follows Ari and his family through some big events. The book explores themes of worry, family bonds, self-belief, resilience and self-doubt"--The Worry Bug website.
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Novel for children in Māori, with teaching plans and family exercises in English.

"Translation by Kaharau Keogh"--sticker on title page. Some copies lack sticker.

"Kei roto nei ētahi mahere ako me ētahi hei mahi mā ngā whānau hoki, kia whakanui i te manawaroa me te whakamāramatanga o te kare ā-roto"--Cover.

"Part of a suite of resources addressing anxiety within a systemic framework. The concept of Home and School Scaffolding (an approach that builds on trusted attachment relationships) enables parents and teachers to collaboratively support the children in their care. The exercises are based on psychological frameworks including Cognitive Behaviour Therapy and Narrative Therapy"--Title page verso.

"Follows Ari and his family through some big events. The book explores themes of worry, family bonds, self-belief, resilience and self-doubt"--The Worry Bug website.

Primary, intermediate National Library of New Zealand.

Novel for children in Māori, with teaching plans and family exercises in English.

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