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Enough: A story about community / Sarah Johnson and Deborah Hinde.

By: Johnson, SarahContributor(s): Hinde, Deborah, 1957-Material type: TextTextTe Awamutu : PictureBook Publishing , 2021Description: 32 pages : colour illustrations ; 24 cmContent type: still image Carrier type: volumeISBN: 9780473557089Subject(s): Community life -- Juvenile fiction | Friendship -- Juvenile fiction | Sharing -- Juvenile fiction | Helpfulness -- Juvenile fiction | Neighbours -- Juvenile fiction | COVID-19 (Disease) -- Juvenile fictionSummary: Nearly enough, sort of enough, almost enough... In Hana's street there is not enough. Until Hana decides to do something about it. Enough is a story about community, kindness and the power of helping hands. A New Zealand community work together helping each other when affected by the COVID 19 pandemic. Feed the kids.
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Childrens Picture Books Davis (Central) Library
Children's Picture Books
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In Hana¿s street there is not enough. Until Hana decides to do something about it. Although Hana¿s attempts to help are in the beginning successful, when winter comes, then hardship, she is unable to meet everyone¿s needs. At the point where she despairs, her family and the neighbours she has helped step in and offer to give her a hand. By pulling together they build a resilient community in which everyone has enough. Enough is a story about community, kindness and the power of helping hands. This book is also a way for younger children to reflect on and make sense of what has happened in the current pandemic, through story.

Nearly enough, sort of enough, almost enough... In Hana's street there is not enough. Until Hana decides to do something about it. Enough is a story about community, kindness and the power of helping hands. A New Zealand community work together helping each other when affected by the COVID 19 pandemic. Feed the kids.

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