"Don't put your puku in the water! The taniwha will get you!"
Tama is down at the lake with his sisters and grandparents. When his sisters tease him about a taniwha being in the water, he takes a deep breath and dives in anyway. What is that wonderful swirling, sparkling apparition? Is it a taniwha... or is it something else altogether?
This story about sibling teasing and family fun will resonate with everyone. Monica Koster's illustrations are a delight, complementing the text beautifully.
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