'Poko die Pukeko', written and illustrated by Leigh Dell, tells the tale of Poko, a pukeko with a heart for others and a willingness to do good.
English Book Description
The birds of the forest are conferring. It has come to their attention that many animals are struggling to survive. Can something be done to help create a better and safer environment for these New Zealand native animals?
Poko Pukeko goes on a journey to investigate why the animals are finding it difficult to survive. But even if Poko Pukeko were to get to the bottom of the problem, would the bird council be able to help the animals?
'Poko die Pukeko' tells the tale of Poko, a pukeko with a heart for others and a willingness to do good. In the story ‘Poko die Pukeko', readers learn practical tips for better animal conservation; the value and power of prayer; that God uses His willing servants to accomplish His goals; and that even the youngest of readers can make a difference in this world and for His Kingdom.
|Age Applicability:||All Ages|
|Dimensions:||210 mm x 297 mm|
|Media:||Laminated soft cover with interior silk-coated pages.|
|Binding:||Saddle Stitched (Staple)|
|Publisher:||Christ in Education|
|Manufactured in:||New Zealand|