Nana’s Veggie Garden (Te Mara Kai a Kui) by Marie Munro


Illustrated by Rachel Doragh
Translated by Piripi Walker

This summer, Jacob, Max, Bella and Lucas help Nana grow an amazing summer garden, filling each and every day with lots of new learning and bunches of awesome memories.

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New Zealand has the world’s best summers and the magic of being a kid is still alive in kiwi backyards. Nana’s garden it grows, and it grows from the tiny wee seeds, she plants in neat rows.

Kei te tupu haere te mara a Kui, kei te tupu, kei te tupu he kakano iti i ruia mai, he rarangi, he momo, he rarangi, he momo Piripi Walker’s translation has kept the words simple and clear, so the rhythm is right, and each sentence flows when delivered aloud.
Rachel Doragh’s dynamic illustrations incorporate related Māori words and phrases and bring the story to life in an authentic kiwi vegetable garden.


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