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Rasmas / Elizabeth Pulford, Jenny Cooper ; translated by Ngaere Roberts

By: Pulford, Elizabeth, 1943- [author.].
Contributor(s): Cooper, Jenny, 1961- [illustrator.] | Roberts, Ngaere [translator.].
Material type: materialTypeLabelBookPublisher: Auckland : Scholastic NZ, 2016Edition: Maori translated edition.Description: pages cm.Content type: text | still image Media type: unmediated Carrier type: volumeISBN: 9781775433880; 1775433889.Uniform titles: Rasmas. Maori Related works: Translation of: Pulford, Elizabeth, 1943- Rasmas.Subject(s): Family life -- Fiction | Single-parent families -- Fiction | Human-animal relationships -- Fiction | Moving, household -- Fiction | Goats -- Fiction | Maori language materials | Pakiwaitara | K�orero paki m�a ng�a tamariki | Pukapuka whakaahua | Koati | Wh�anau | M�atua | WhanaungatangaGenre/Form: Picture books for children. | Children's stories, New Zealand. | Juvenile works. | Picture books.DDC classification: NZ823.2 Summary: "Little Danny and his dad live on Gran's farm, and Rasmas the kid goat has been a part of Danny's life for as long as he remembers. Like Danny, Rasmas has no mum. Goat and boy become inseparable. But eventually, there is a new 'mum' on the scene, a move resulting in a sad goodbye between Danny and Rasmas. Danny is heartbroken, but he and Rasmas still have adventures together in his dreams, until one day, Dad and his new mum have a happy surprise for him"--Publisher information.
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Rasmas the rascally goat was a bit on the wild side. Just like Danny, Rasmas didn't have a mummy. Soon, the pair went everywhere together. Then, one day, Danny had to say goodbye...

Picture story book for children in M�aori.

"Little Danny and his dad live on Gran's farm, and Rasmas the kid goat has been a part of Danny's life for as long as he remembers. Like Danny, Rasmas has no mum. Goat and boy become inseparable. But eventually, there is a new 'mum' on the scene, a move resulting in a sad goodbye between Danny and Rasmas. Danny is heartbroken, but he and Rasmas still have adventures together in his dreams, until one day, Dad and his new mum have a happy surprise for him"--Publisher information.

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