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I love the bush / by Jenny Mundy.

By: Mundy, Jenny.
Material type: materialTypeLabelBookPublisher: Christchurch, N.Z. : Caxton Press, c2010Description: [40] pages : color illustrations ; 26 cm.Content type: text Media type: unmediated Carrier type: volumeISBN: 9781877303210 (pbk.).Subject(s): Forests and forestry -- New Zealand -- Juvenile literature | Forest plants -- New Zealand -- Juvenile literature | Forest animals -- New Zealand -- Juvenile literature | Trails -- Pictorial works -- Juvenile literature | Walking -- New Zealand -- Juvenile literature | Forest birds -- New Zealand -- Juvenile literature | Forests and forestry -- Juvenile literature | Stories in rhyme -- Juvenile literature | Riccarton Bush (Christchurch, N.Z.) -- Juvenile literatureGenre/Form: Stories in rhyme. | Stories in rhyme -- Juvenile literature. | Children's stories, New Zealand. | Children's nonfiction. | Children's fiction.DDC classification: Cz577.3
Contents:
Come for a quiet, peaceful walk through the New Zealand bush and see it through a child's eyes. Meet trees that talk, watch shadows chasing each other, find strange creatures slithering through the grass, hear the birds sing in the clear air. Learn about the the mighty Kahikatea trees as told by Grandad and Grandma Kahikatea who have lived in the bush for over 600 years. This delightful rhyming story is illustrated throughout with beautiful photographs and will encourage children to explore reserves in their area to see what they can discover.
Subject: This introduction to the bush and what lives and grows there, in simple rhyming text and with coloured photographs, should encourage children to explore reserves near their homes to see what they can find. Includes a list of some bush walks in various places around New Zealand.
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Come for a quiet, peaceful walk through the New Zealand bush and see it through a child's eyes. Meet trees that talk, watch shadows chasing each other, find strange creatures slithering through the grass, hear the birds sing in the clear air. Learn about the the mighty Kahikatea trees as told by Grandad and Grandma Kahikatea who have lived in the bush for over 600 years. This delightful rhyming story is illustrated throughout with beautiful photographs and will encourage children to explore reserves in their area to see what they can discover.

Come for a quiet, peaceful walk through the New Zealand bush and see it through a child's eyes. Meet trees that talk, watch shadows chasing each other, find strange creatures slithering through the grass, hear the birds sing in the clear air. Learn about the the mighty Kahikatea trees as told by Grandad and Grandma Kahikatea who have lived in the bush for over 600 years. This delightful rhyming story is illustrated throughout with beautiful photographs and will encourage children to explore reserves in their area to see what they can discover.

This introduction to the bush and what lives and grows there, in simple rhyming text and with coloured photographs, should encourage children to explore reserves near their homes to see what they can find. Includes a list of some bush walks in various places around New Zealand.

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