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O ai o le a fia nofo i le fale?

Author: Pepe Robertson; Gus Hunter; New Zealand. Learning Media.; New Zealand. Ministry of Education.
Publisher: Ueligitone [N.Z.] : Alagaoa o le Atamai, ©1997.
Series: Tupu.
Edition/Format:   Book : Fiction : Primary school : Samoan
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Tells the story of Pele's first day at school in New Zealand. Pele is worried that he won't be able to understand everything that is said to him in English. But Pele's teacher is married to a Samoan and can speak Samoan. And that's not only the surprise that waits for Pele at his new school. Suggested level: junior, primary.
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Material Type: Fiction, Primary school
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Pepe Robertson; Gus Hunter; New Zealand. Learning Media.; New Zealand. Ministry of Education.
ISBN: 0478203756 9780478203752
OCLC Number: 154664736
Notes: Reader for children in Samoan.
"Also available in Cook Islands Māori, Niuean, Tongan, and Tokelauan"--Cover verso.
"Published ... for the Ministry of Education by Learning Media Limited"--Cover verso.
Notes for teachers to accompany O ai o le a fia nofo i le fale? (in Samoan), item no. 20379, ([4] p.), also available.
Description: 12 p. : col. ill. ; 21 cm.
Series Title: Tupu.
Other Titles: Notes for teachers to accompany O ai o le a fia nofo i le fale? (in Samoan)
Responsibility: o se tala faatatau i se tala moni mai Niu Sila na tusia e Pepe Robertson ; tusia ata e Gus Hunter.

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Tells the story of Pele's first day at school in New Zealand. Pele is worried that he won't be able to understand everything that is said to him in English. But Pele's teacher is married to a Samoan and can speak Samoan. And that's not only the surprise that waits for Pele at his new school. Suggested level: junior, primary.

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