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Mr Tripp Goes For A Skate

RRP $11.99

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Join Mr Tripp and Room Five for three great stories about wheels day and an embarrassing fall.

Mr Tripp is teaching Room Five about the wheel. On Friday, Wheels Day, everyone is allowed to bring something with wheels. Ted rides a bicycle, Tania wears rollerblades, Jingjing brings her scooter and Lily borrows her brother’s BMX. When Miss Filipo suggests Mr Tripp give a skateboard demonstration, it becomes a very exciting day indeed.

  • A charming early reader with valuable themes such as school, transport, safety, and jokes and riddles
  • This book has the same characters as the highly-successful Mr Tripp Smells a Rat
  • Walker Stories support beginner readers making the transition from picture books in an engaging, entertaining and accessible way. Each title features three highly illustrated, individual short stories linked by one character, so readers can build familiarity and confidence
About the Author

Sandy McKay is a New Zealand born author who began writing stories when her children were little to encourage them to read. Her first novel Recycled (Longacre Press) won the New Zealand Post Children’s Book Award for Junior Fiction in 2002. She has since had three other titles appear on the Notable list for the same award: My Dad, the All Black, 2002; Who Wants to be a Millionaire?, 2005; Losing It, 2008. Mr Tripp Smells a Rat is Sandy’s first title with Walker Books. Sandy lives in Dunedin with her husband and her three children.

About the Illustrator

Ruth Paul is an award-winning author and illustrator from New Zealand. She draws on everyday life for inspiration and ideas, and is particularly interested in how people get on together. Ruth calls herself and “old-fashioned” illustrator, working in hands-on media such as acrylic, pastels and pencils, using Photoshop to do last-minute work on scans where required. Her title The King’s Bubbles won the Children’s Choice Award, New Zealand Post Children’s Book Awards, 2008; and the Children’s Book Design Award, Book Publishers Association of New Zealand Design Awards, 2008. Ruth lives in the country in a straw-bale house powered by its own remote electricity system, with her husband and two young sons.


Wizard Of The Two Niles

RRP $66.99

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In these poems, the imaginary peculiar and the experiences lived comingle in versatile rhythms and rhymes. Whether the anthological presentation of the imaginary or the demonstration of the experiences, or whether both were coincidental is a matter for readers to decide, drawing their own perceptions of yet another imaginary tale in which the narrative leads them rather than the narrator. This is because some of the narratives exhibited here are indeed unusual and would require a great deal of patience on the part of the reader to separate what was the original imaginary and what has been encountered as peculiar experience that had disturbed the narrator prior to the narration of the odd encounter. On the other hand, the complex world of experience has a variety of underpinning factors: Is the experience in question a lived one? Is it a seen or witnessed reality? Does it relate to the imagery and imagination of the narrator, writer, author, etc.? Are the observations through the imagination and the subjects of the imagery metaphorical? Or is the experience an authorial portrayal of a social reality shared or witnessed by others? These, in my opinion, offer a reflection of how a reader-decoder will interpret the poetic narratives expressed in the verses and at their disposal. The aim, as I've done here, is to present to the reader what to reflect on, and the type of reflection, the quality of meaning to be made out of the narrative and narration, is to be left to the reader. This is what I have done in many of the poems in this collection.



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