‘O le Nofoaga ‘olo’o iai Meaola Mata’utia – Where the Wild Things Are
The award-winning much-loved children’s picture book Where the Wild Things Are has now been translated into Samoan by Ainslie Chu Ling-So‘o. With the same lively, creative illustrations as the original book, the Samoan version retains the simplicity and imagination of Maurice Sendak’s story, capturing Max’s feisty character, the magic of the adventure and ‘wild rumpus’, and the pleasure of things returning to normal.
Size: 254 x 228 mm, Paperback
Reading in the South Pacfic
Reading is made easy with this colourful picture dictionary depicting everyday life in our Pacific Island communities. Included in the back are translations for each word in Maori, Fijian, Samoan and Tongan. Author – Jill Jaques
Magnetic Samoan Days of the Week
Learn Samoan days of the week with these awesome, fun and easy magnets! Fantastic for learning in the classroom!
Wall Borders – Pasifika Design 2
7 sheets at 51.5cm long & 11cm wide. Great for framing children’s artwork on the walls at your centre!