Tayla's Day Out -A New Zealand Photo-Story for All Ages

Rated 4.00/5 based on 2 reviews
Ten-year-old Tayla and her aunty take a walk on one of the many foot trails on Mount Taranaki. Tayla is intent on finding enough snow to make a snowman, and Aunty is intent on keeping up with her. Illustrated with numerous photographs reflecting the environment and the simple fun of their excursion. More
Download: epub mobi (Kindle) pdf more Online Reader
About Caro Mundt

Born South Taranaki, New Zealand.
Lived and worked in Australia and Canada,
travelled widely in the US, especially Wisconsin and Montana.
Interested in matters of rural independence, identity and culture--whatever that means.
Ambition: to see a sasquatch before I die. But not die when I see a sasquatch.

Also by This Author

Reviews

Review by: Catherine G. on Dec. 31, 2015 :
This book, by Caro Mundt, is about Tayla and features photographs of her adventure up Mount Taranaki (also known as Mount Egmont) with her aunt. It's very encouraging to children, teaching them little bits about the area and also showing them the various scenery of New Zealand. I think it might be very inspirational to kids as well, and could help children to adventure about the areas about their own home. At the end of the book is a little bit more information about the area and a glossary for words some might not know the definition of. As for the difficulty level of the book, it's only 800 words. Even if your child mightn't understand the words, there are plenty of images to denote the events.

Overall it's a lovely little book. I'm sure that many children will love it!
(review of free book)
Review by: Mary Blackwell on Dec. 30, 2015 :
This book intrigued me due to the photographs mentioned and whilst it is not the sort of book I would usually read, I found it well put together and I liked seeing what Tayla did in her trek up the mountain trail. I can see this would be a very appealing book to read with a child interested in the outdoors. Beautiful scenery too.
(review of free book)
Report this book