Other popular books from the libraries’ non-fiction collections covered Arabic language and Matariki. We’ve been having some great clear skies in the evening, giving you a chance to spy out the constellations in our winter sky.
Arabic language books are part of the foreign language collection in the Children’s non-fiction. There are stories in different languages from around the world as well as dictionaries and books that help with learning a new language.
You don’t have to travel far to use other languages as we are lucky to have people from many different countries living in Wellington. Great phrases to have handy are “hello and goodbye, please and thankyou”. Did you know that New Zealand has three official languages? Te Reo. English and Sign Language.
How many languages can you say these words in? Let us know in the comments.
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2. Minecraft: beginner’s handbook, by Stephanie Milton, Paul Soares, Jordan Maron and Joe Bolder
3. Star Wars, David West Reynolds
4. Star Wars character encyclopedia, by Simon Beecroft
5. Minecraft: redstone handbook, by Nick Farwell
6. Minecraft hacks master builder, by Megan Miller
7. LEGO play book, by Daniel Lipkowitz
8. Hacks for Minecrafters, by Megan Miller
9. Minecraft, by Matthew Needler and Phil Southam
10. Cool creations in 35 pieces, by Sean Kinney