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Kekero and Kwadu : how the kekero and the Kwadu got their colours = Hao nao Kekero an Kwadu garem kaka blong tufala / story told by Alice Baekalia; illustrated by Selwyn Palmer; [adapted in English by Alessandra Perna; translated in Pijin by Anastasia Taghanepari; pijin text edited by Tina Taloni]
Bib ID 5807165
Format BookBook
Author
Baekalia, Alice
 
Description Honiara: YWCA, 2011 
[16] p.: col. ill.; 21 x 30 cm. 
Summary

This illustrated children's book published by the Young Womens Christian Association is based on a Solomon Islands kastom story about how a parrot and blackbird got their colours. The story told by Alice Baekalia, adapted by Alessandra for written English and then translated into Solomon Islands Pidgin by Anastasia Taghanepari.

Notes

Text in English and Pijin (Solomon Islands)

Subjects Folk tales - Solomon Islands.
Other authors/contributors Palmer, Selwyn  |  Taghanepari, Anastasia  |  Y.W.C.A. (Solomon Islands)
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Hao nao Kekero an Kwadu garem kaka blong tufala

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