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“I a Koro Meketanara tetahi pamu – TI-HAI-TI-HAI-HAU . . .” E mohio whanuitia ana tenei waiata. Engari, inaianei to Koro Meketanara he pamu ataahua kei Aotearoa tonu – a, kei taua pamu etahi kararehe whakaharahara – kei te aha ano ratou inaianei?

He parekareka tenei pukapuka pikitia ma te kohungahunga na Donovan Bixley, koia nei tetahi o nga kaita pikitia e tino kaingakautia ana ki Aotearoa nei, ko etahi o ana pukapuka atu, ko NGA WIRA O TE PAHI [THE WHEELS ON THE BUS] me te LOOKY BOOK, he mea tino hokohoko atu i Aotearoa nei.

With the same vibrant illustrations as the original book, the te reo Maori translation retains the cheeky humour and energy of the classic English-language edition.

Translated by Ross Calman.

Reviews

Great and funny pictures from Donovan Bixley and a well-known rhythm that helps with pronunciation. Rhythm and rhyme don't always carry over in translations but this one works!