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$20.00 posted anywhere in N.Z.
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A fun book for brave kids :)
What a weird year we've had so far. I wonder if in years to come you'll be telling your kids about Covid 19 and lockdown and how it all changed the world.
Now you've had time back at school, and the holidays are here already. Of course some of you would've been looking forward to getting on a plane and flying somewhere warmer for a family holiday, and maybe instead you're off visiting somewhere in New Zealand. We've stayed home, but are starting to look forward to getting out and about again soon. I'm a bit of a wuss as I HATE the cold, and poor Les is always hearing me moan about being cold. :)
How many of you have found the coronavirus has made you more creative? It might have been writing about how you feel through stories or poems. Maybe you've been making up dances, or writing songs and putting them on youtube or tiktok, and sharing with your friends. You might've spent time creating some new online games, or even an old fashioned board game. In every tough situation, there comes those positives. I bet you spent more time talking to your family, and I wonder how long before we go back to how it was before lockdown.
I've been writing a little, and that's been good. Now I'm starting to look forward to a few school visits. I'm loving being at Pukete School and helping out with their production which I happened to write. It's a fun story about a talking dog who likes to hang out at school, until there's a problem with a nasty family, and poor doggie gets banned, BUT the kids have a plan. It's called 'Every Dog Has Its Day.'
Don't forget my Youtube channel. I have finally added a few poems. for littlies and you older kidlets as well.
Here's the link Youtube.com/channel/UC174DZI0aLXx7WMzZNYTDTw?view_as=subscriber
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Why is there no coronavirus in Antarctica?
Because they are all in 'ice-o-lation.'
WORDS OF THE MOMENT
Here are ways to say 'hello' in different languages.
Maori: Kia ora
Samoan: Talofa lava
Tongan: Malo e lelei
German: Guten morgen
Don't forget that I love hearing from you, so send me a message.
Judi B and Les and Rosie