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Wellington goes to New Zealand

About This Primary Resource

A narrated version of our children’s story book about an Emperor penguin who goes on an adventure to New Zealand. The story touches on many timeless themes and conveys important messages relating to personal, social and emotional wellbeing. It also has many modern references designed to enhance a child’s Knowledge and understanding of the world. You can download an illustrated copy of the book by clicking on the free pdf download link underneath.

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  1. Laura Kohler

    For my 8 year old

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