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Every once in a while, a dolphin will come to the island beside Te Ara A Paikea (The Pathway of the Whales) at Mahia. It will leap and play with people, bring gifts, and sing songs. The story was inspired by the real dolphin Moko who lived and played there from 2007 to 2009.
Award-winning author Mere Whaanga tells a story of land, sea and seasons; of living creatures and family ties, and the songs that connect us all.
The book is presented in both languages, Te Reo Maori and English, with the two texts alongside each other. It is also available in hardback edition.
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