Remember that November

Remember that November

Jennifer Beck Lindy Fisher / Feb 24, 2020

Remember that November It s almost Guy Fawkes Night and at the school speech competition Andy talks about Guy Fawkes and the Gunpowder Plot The children cheer thinking Andy will win the contest But then Aroha tells the

  • Title: Remember that November
  • Author: Jennifer Beck Lindy Fisher
  • ISBN: 9781775500100
  • Page: 330
  • Format: Paperback
  • It s almost Guy Fawkes Night, and at the school speech competition, Andy talks about Guy Fawkes and the Gunpowder Plot The children cheer, thinking Andy will win the contest But then, Aroha tells the story of another fifth of November in 1881, at Parihaka.This is a beautifully illustrated picture book about the passive resistance led by Te Whiti o Rongomai and Tohu KakIt s almost Guy Fawkes Night, and at the school speech competition, Andy talks about Guy Fawkes and the Gunpowder Plot The children cheer, thinking Andy will win the contest But then, Aroha tells the story of another fifth of November in 1881, at Parihaka.This is a beautifully illustrated picture book about the passive resistance led by Te Whiti o Rongomai and Tohu Kakahi in Taranaki This is a piece of history that was forgotten for a long time

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    About "Jennifer Beck Lindy Fisher"

      • Jennifer Beck Lindy Fisher

        A former teacher and psychologist, Jennifer Beck is an Auckland based children s writer with over 50 books to her name.


    294 Comments

    1. Another beautiful book from these 2 very talented ladies. A great book to start discussion about passive resistance and a shameful piece of NZ history.



    2. This book is a work of art. The story itself is told beautifully and simply - I was unsure what my grandson would think of it, but the story was told clearly enough that he had very few "whys" until I asked him his opinion."What's your opinion on this book, James? What do you think of it?""I'm thinking about when they put the men in jail. Why did they do that?"Discussion ensued on good people and bad people, and would it be alright if we decided we wanted to live in the house across the road and [...]


    3. Bright and colourful with a great history lesson, this book is sure to appeal to parents and teachers alike who would like to teach some Maori history to their little ones.


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