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Written and illustrated by Gavin Bishop | translated into te reo Māori by Kāterina Te Heikōkō Mataira

This is the te reo Māori version of Mr. Fox, the classic tale retold by Gavin Bishop.

"One day Mr Fox found a fat juicy bumblebee, so he popped it in his bag. Then he walked and he walked until he came to the house of a little white woman." Mr Fox leaves his bag with the little white woman with instructions not to open it. But the little white woman does take a peep in the bag and the fat juicy bumblebee flies out and the plump red rooster gobbles it up. Mr Fox continues to visit a series of houses collecting things in his bag until he meets his match at the little golden woman's house."

Based on an old Massachusetts chain story, this story has been a favourite for many years.

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