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Te Tamaiti me te Aihe / n�a Robyn Kahukiwa, te pakiwaitara me ng�a pkitia ; n�a Kiwa Hammond te whakam�aoritanga.

By: Kahukiwa, Robyn [author,, illustrator.].
Contributor(s): Hammond, Kiwa [translator.].
Material type: materialTypeLabelBookPublisher: Auckland : Little Island Press, 2016Description: 24 unnumbered pages : colour illustrations ; 22 cm.Content type: text | still image Media type: unmediated Carrier type: volumeISBN: 9781877484339; 1877484334.Other title: Tamaiti me te Aihe.Contained works: Kahukiwa, Robyn. Boy and the dolphin. Maori.Subject(s): Dolphins -- Pictorial works -- Juvenile fiction | Human-animal relationships -- Pictorial works -- Juvenile fiction | Dolphins | Human-animal relationshipsGenre/Form: Maori language materials. | Aihe. | Whanaungatanga. | Pukapuka whakaahua. | Children's picture books. | Children's stories, New Zealand.Summary: "T�er�a t�etahi tamaiti e noho ana i te taha o te moana. He nui t�ona aroha m�o te moana, �a, i ng�a r�a e �ahei ana ka kauhoe ia ... me k�i, i te nuinga o ng�a r�a. He kaikauhoe tino kaha ia. I t�etahi r�a, kauhoe ana te tamaiti, ka kite atu ia i te wai i waho r�a e tiehutia ana. Ka whai whakaaro ia kia whakatata atu tirotiro ai."Summary: When a boy helps free a dolphin tangled in a discarded fishing net, they develop an unexpected friendship. "Once there was a boy who lived by the sea. He loved the sea and he swam in it every day he could ... which was most days. He was a very good swimmer. One day, the boy was swimming as usual when he noticed some splashing further out in the water. He decided to take a closer look."
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Also available in English as: The boy and the dolphin.

"T�er�a t�etahi tamaiti e noho ana i te taha o te moana. He nui t�ona aroha m�o te moana, �a, i ng�a r�a e �ahei ana ka kauhoe ia ... me k�i, i te nuinga o ng�a r�a. He kaikauhoe tino kaha ia. I t�etahi r�a, kauhoe ana te tamaiti, ka kite atu ia i te wai i waho r�a e tiehutia ana. Ka whai whakaaro ia kia whakatata atu tirotiro ai."

When a boy helps free a dolphin tangled in a discarded fishing net, they develop an unexpected friendship. "Once there was a boy who lived by the sea. He loved the sea and he swam in it every day he could ... which was most days. He was a very good swimmer. One day, the boy was swimming as usual when he noticed some splashing further out in the water. He decided to take a closer look."