Rewi the Kiwi by Jean Dickinson
  

Rewi the Kiwi

Written by Jean Dickinson
Illustrated by Tony Nettleton

RRP £3.50

Synopsis

Rewi the Kiwi by Jean Dickinson

Why is the kiwi so different from other birds? The answer is revealed in this rhyming story about Rewi the Kiwi. Today Rewi is a rather solitary fellow, creeping through the undergrowth in remote parts of New Zealand, but once he was a most outgoing, neighbourly bird, a master of the air and a hot contender for the bird speed record.

About the Author

Jean Dickinson and her illustrator, Tony Nettleton, were both born and bred in Yorkshire. They both lived for many years in Auckland, New Zealand, where they were members of the same church choir.

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Book Info

Format

Paperback
24 pages

Author

Jean Dickinson
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Publisher

Arthur H.Stockwell Ltd

Publication date

31st January 2015

ISBN

9780722344804


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