A childrens book that aptly captures the New Zealand identity. The main characters, Charlie, Ruby, Oliver, Mason and Kaia, are Kiwi kids of various cultural backgrounds who take readers on an illustrated, yearlong journey across the countrys celebrations, traditions and events.
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Their selection was influenced by the personal inclinations of the compilers. within constraints to produce a representative listing in terms of subject, chronological spread and gender. The elder, sometimes curmudgeonly, statesman of Auckland literature, C. K. Stead is a novelist, literary critic, poet, essayist, professor of English at the University of Auckland and one of only two living writers to be made a Member of the Order of New Zealand, our highest level of honour.
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