Saturday, 20 December 2014


As you know it's school holidays now. When people say the word holiday for kids mostly their answer would mostly be these three things T.V, Sleep and at home. For me I was like them, but these last few weeks and days of the year  I want a change within myself. 

I want to lose weight and also be more fit. The days of T.V and sleep are over. Hello new body weight and fitness. Well here are my goals for these holidays. It going to be lots of work but its going to be worth it. 

Thursday, 11 December 2014


This is a collage of my art work of Warren Pohatu and Jo May. We learned how to add very deep details and patterns and fading in our painting.

Monday, 8 December 2014

Dagmar Dyck

This is a presentation about Artist Dagmar Dyck. It talks heaps about her watch, read and learn. Please leave your feedback to let me know what you think about it.

Monday, 1 December 2014

Future Aspiration

Amelia Unufe
Amelia- Message (Don’t let people’s perspective of you determine your future)

Amelia had a life of ups and down. There came a moment when people used her background as a way to put her down. Because her brothers were members in Gangs and also got dropped out of High School.

But she didn’t let that get in the way of her future. As life was moving on she had an interest in Fashion and later on she was studying and also making her own designs at Auckland University Of Technology in the Bachelor of Fashion Design. And through her journey  what I learnt was to (Don’t let people’s perspective of you determine your future).  

Good Friends - Writing Test

Good Friends.
-What they are?
-What do they do for you?
-What are they to you?
-What you think a good friend is?

Do you have friends, but are they “Good Friends”? What are good friends anyway?

In my perspective of a good friend, is like a brother or sister. By saying that I mean they are always there for you when you have your ups and downs and when you feel lonely.

For example if you get bullied and you want to make an end to it but you don’t have the words or strength thats when your good friend or friends came along and help you out.

To have a good friend is something not everyone in this universe has. A change needs to be happen, to make more good friends instead of the opposite. Because did you know that good friends and people are some of the things that helps the world flow well.

If you are one of those out there who doesn't have one, the question is “Why and How?”  Ways you can have a good friend or friends is by being one yourself. It all begins from you. Set a good example as a good friend and you may never know, start from none and may have more than you have ever imagined.

Because friends can become one of those people in your life that are very important. A good friend can be you!

Thursday, 27 November 2014

Lydia Ko (Weekly Quiz)

Lydia Ko if you don't know her she is a New Zealand Professional Golfer. Born in 1997 on the 24th of April. She has been in the top ranked women amateur golfer in the world for 130 weeks.

At a young age she has progress a lot. Well done Lydia for making our country proud!

Phillip Hughes

I would like to say a big Sorry to the family and friends of Phillip Hughes. He was an amazing cricket player. It was such a tragedy they way he past away. Phillip we are going to miss you!

Math DLO

Friday, 21 November 2014

Thursday, 13 November 2014

X-Factor Winner (Marlisa)

One T.V. there is a program called X-Factor! There was 1,000 and more people who audition but only 23 or more made it! Well she made it all the way with her mentor Ronan Keating! She made it in the top 2 with Dean Ray! And guess what she won? Lately her new album came out named Stand By You! Check it out and great job Marlisa.  And guess what she is only 15 years of age!

Manaiakalani Film Festival!

Today was our 7th Manaiakalani Film Festival. We got to see amazing video that were displayed in Hoyts Sylvia Park! Some were made by Somerville Special School, Tamaki Primary and more. Did you know that my class (Class 4) entered and also our movie we produced was also displayed on the big screen in the theater. It was really fun! One very very very very excited thing was my little sister got to be one of the movie presenters! At the Film Festival was really amazing cannot wait until next time. Look at one of the movies that was displayed in the big screens too but in 2010.
Can you spot me in it!   HERE!

Tuesday, 11 November 2014

My Perspective Drawing!

Empathy Explanation

“Empathy” is a word that people hardly hear these days. But do you know what the true meaning behind empathy is? From my point of view it means understanding their emotions and what they are going through and also putting yourself in their shoes.

My Book review!

Book Title: Space Dog and Roy
Author: Natalie Stanford
Reviewer: Quasia Class 4
Grand total of books read this year: 4-5
Book Genre: (Highlight)

  • Science fiction
  • Drama
  • Romance
  • Mystery
  • Horror
  • Comedy
  • Series
  • Fantasy
  • Other (state)

  • Biographies/Autobiographies
  • Historical
  • Instructional
  • Other (state)
Insert photo of book cover here:

Reading Level:
  • Easy
  • Medium
  • Advanced
(Leave how many stars you rate it.)
What would you do if a spaceship landed in your garden and a dog got out? Roy has always wanted a dog but he didn't bargain on getting an alien hound!

'Hey', said Mr Barnes. 'Maybe I'm not allergic to this dog!'

My Presentation about Dagmar Dyck!

Hi this is a presentation about a artist Dagmar Dyck!

Monday, 3 November 2014

Colour Wheel!

This is a picture that explains the colour wheel. I hope you learn a lot and please leave feedback of what you think! 

Weekly Quiz (MKR Winners Neena and Bilinda)

Do you love food? Well I do! Well a food competition named My Kitchen Rules just finished there grand final. Winners were announced Nina and Belinda.

They cooked through out the competition with passion and confidence. They made an amazing effort with their food.

But Aaron and Heather that came second place really deserved to come 1st. But Aaron and Heather got a very good deed and they get to work in Ben's restaurant teaching the chiefs how to cook pacific foods.

Sunday, 2 November 2014

S.T.A.B (Standing together against bullying) Event.

Yesterday at 3pm at the Papatoetoe  leisure centre our church youth group had a event called the S.T.A.B. Event which stand for (Standing together against bullying). Their were "FREE" Candy Floss, Popcorn and Decorate your own cupcake stand all for the kids outside.

Well in side where the event is held there were performances by our own youth group with a skit and also doing a skit which was another group of the church Pre-teen. A for the special ones Otahuhu College dance crew came and also another school which I forget the name. It was packed but the message for bullying was very strong and powerful which stood out there.
It was a blast there. Thanks!

Trip to the museum.

First day back to school from the long weekends the day started with a trip to the museum. As our school term topic which is art attack we were discovering different art and ways and things to make art.

When we arrived their after a while we got handed work sheets that had some tasks on for us to do. It was very interesting looking and discovering different types of art and ways to make art. I am not one of those people out there that are really good at art or love art but the trip to the Museum taught me a lot.   

Wednesday, 29 October 2014

Warren Pohatu

This is a presentation about Warren Pohatu and his graphic art. I hope you learn a lot.

Monday, 13 October 2014

Immersion Assembly Term 4

"Now welcome Team 2" Mr Burt announced. Mr Jacobson landed his finger down on the laptop and pressed play. It was our Immersion Assembly where each team shares a bit of what topic they will be learning for the term. Team 2 started with a video that was teaching us about primary colours.

Do you know what primary colours are? From my understanding primary colours are the first colours that are mixable to create more and more different colours. They are red, yellow and blue, which were the colours that Team 2's teachers were dressed up in.

From the video I learnt something I didn't know before. As the video ended the team 2 teachers came onto the stage and had a talk about what they did. Team 2 gave us some interesting information even though we haven't even started class learning yet. I feel excited about this term.

Monday, 6 October 2014

How social media is affecting us?

Social media is well known in now days. But do know how it affects us. Sometimes social media is one of those things in your daily routine. But do you have the ability to be able to control things that may affect you. Like if you may be addicted to it and etc.

I think social is taking over the world, from my point of view. So watch out cause you may be one.

Monday, 8 September 2014

Xtra Math Result

In math today the first thing we did was Xtra Math. For those of you who don't know what xtra math is well listen up! It is a learning website that helps you improve in your math. It's good and fun for you. It is going to be really useful for those who are home school because this can be your new math teacher. Well as I said before i did it today and this is my first result. Tomorrow will be my next update and I hope it will be much better.

Writing From The Lifeguard Perspective.

It had been a wild day. A hot wind had blown angry grey clouds across the sky, and the waves seemed unsettled and agitated. The lifeguard had watched the surfers pitting their skills against the swell, pulling out just before the waves peaked and crashed down upon them. He was captivated by the way the ocean stretched out into the distance, the way the swell keep rolling in, wave after unstoppable wave. The sun was starting to dip towards the horizon, but the temperature was still uncomfortably hot.

He saw a boy rushing down to the sea. It looked like the waves were bigger than he expected. As the boy was walking in, a huge wall of water was rushing towards him to crash down on him. The lifeguard divided into the sea looking for the boy. It was very hard because waves was crashing up and down. But the boy was lucky because the wave rolled him back to the sand.

Weekly Quiz (Tennis)

Tennis  is a sport including swinging, hitting, bouncing and bat.

One tennis player I know who is really good at tennis is Serena William.

So far she has won finals, Semifinals, Quarterfinals and more.

She is very talented at tennis especially playing as a single women player. She has represented America.  

My Book Review.

Book Title: Saffron
Author: Victoria M. Azaro
Reviewer: Quasia Class 4
Grand total of books read this year: 3
Book Genre: (Highlight)

  • Science fiction
  • Drama
  • Romance
  • Mystery
  • Horror
  • Comedy
  • Series
  • Fantasy
  • Other (state)

  • Biographies/Autobiographies
  • Historical
  • Instructional
  • Other (state)
Insert photo of book cover here:

Reading Level:
  • Easy
  • Medium
  • Advanced
(Leave how many stars you rate it.)
It's a book about a girl named Saffron and her Dad travels all around the world.
As her dad is travelling in school Saffron's teacher has given Saffron a task. And she needs help with her task but no one can help her how can she get it finished?.....  

Thursday, 4 September 2014


Kabbadi is a game that was invented in the country of India. It is a contact sport based on wrestling. It use to be only played in India, but now in these days it is also played in Maldives and Pakistan.  

How many players- You will need a team but at least more than four. Once you have done that you will need to put 4 people on. And same for the other team. 

How to play- Once you have people on you would have to send one person from your team to go tag another person on the other team and you have to try and make to the other side. While the person you touched has to try and tackle you before you can go back to you side. 

Where to play- The best area would be to play Kabbadi on the field.  

Happy Birthday Lesieli!

I would just like to say "Happy Birthday To My Great Friend Lesieli".  She is an amazing person and today is a very great day to celebrate. 

She is a very caring, kind and funny friend. I love her to bits and may God bless you more and more for many years to come. Happy Birthday!

Wednesday, 3 September 2014

Weekly Quiz ( The Whangarei KiwiYo frozen yoghurt shop.)

The topic for this article is, (Why was the Whangarei KiwiYo frozen yogurt shop in the news last week? 

Well did you know that KiwiYo is one of an amazing place to go to on special occasions like your birthday and party's and more.  

Well the reason why the KiwiYo in Whangarei was in the news last week was because the boss of the KiwiYo in that branch heard that one of his employees was greeting customers in Maori like "Kia Ora". 

Later on we heard that, that employee quit after she had first ever got told of that she wasn't allowed to greet customers like before. She had quit from that job.  

Well from my perspective of that problem is that the boss is being very stricted. Why can't he let his employees greet customers the way they want to. 

Monday, 1 September 2014

Writing (Adding Detail).

Rimu heard a voice saying Rimu. He heard something tap on the window. Rimu rolled over. He still felt sleepy. He couldn’t figure out why he could hear his name. He didn’t think it could be hail because it was the middle of summer.
He sat up, and looked. It was early morning. He could just make out a shadow, which leant forward and rapped again, louder this time.
“Rimu! You deadhead. Wake up!”
Rimu groaned. Ollie! He would have preferred hail.

Changed in This Below!

As Rimu was sleeping in bed, suddenly a voice started saying “Rimu, Rimu.” Something on the window started taping. Then Rimu rolled out of bed. His is strength was very weak because he still felt sleepy. He couldn’t figure out why he his ears are listening to his name being called in the middle of his sleep. Doubts started appearing in his mind and thinking it could be hail but, why would it because it was the middle of summer.

His eyes open and looked out the window, it was early in the morning. He could just make out a shadow, which leant forward and rapped again, but louder this time.
“Rimu! You deadhead. Wake up!”
He groaned, Ollie!  Rimu would have preferred hail instead.


Ki-O-Rahi is a game well known in New Zealand but not just New Zealand it is well known also in Europe and France. Did you that that the background of Ki-O-Rahi is a legend. The legend is about a man named Rahi-tutaka-hina and his wife Ti Ara-kura-pake-wai.

It was that one day when Ti Ara was gathering plants in the forest, the patupaiarehe (Fairy people who live in the forest), carried her off. And it was Rahi job to look for her and save her. As he was determined to find her he faced many obstacles.

But at the end all things sorted out with Rahi and patupaiarehe. And Rahi got his wife back. And in the obstacles he had a k

Monday, 25 August 2014

Weekly Quiz (Sarah Potts)

Amanda Billing well known as playing the character Sarah Potts in New Zealand most famous show Shortland Street.

She started her career on 18 September 2004 introduced by Harriet Crampton. Did you know that Harriet Crampton came to our School once?

In Sarah's last season which was the Winter Season, a very bad illness was being spread. Later on they found out that she had contracted it which made her family and everyone concerned. But unfortunately there was no cure so she sadly died.

Amanda is an amazing actress and has recieved many awards for Best Actress and many more. But unfortunately her career in Shortland Street has come to an end.

Wednesday, 20 August 2014

Possum Poles

This is a spreadsheet about Possum Poles. I hope you enjoy and learn a lot from it. Thank You.

Future, Focus, Learning.

Last Friday in assembly our principal Mr Burt was sharing a korero with the whole school.

And it was Future Focus learning. I what I learnt was the if you focus in your learning you future is awaiting many blessing and good things ahead in life.

And the topic for Maniakalani this year is in fact Future, Focus, Learning. Cannot wait to be in touch again to hear about this weeks assembly korero.

Monday, 18 August 2014

Weekly Quiz (Lisa Carrington).

Lisa Carrington, born 23 June 1989 and is a professional gold medal New Zealand flatwater canoer.

Here is a little bit about her background. Her place of birth was in the town of Tauranga. But she was raised in Ohope beach. Her High School the she attended was Whakatane.

But did you know that her coach is Gordo Walker. 

Wednesday, 13 August 2014

Weekly Quiz (Jarome Kaino)

Jarome Kaino is well known as one of our All Blacks player. And here is a little bit about his background.

He was born on the 6th Of April 1983 in Faga'alu, Tutuila, America Samoa. In the All Blacks he plays as a Flanker Number 8.

He is an amazing rugby player. Go The All Blacks!

Tukutuku pattern

This is a movie to show how I solved my math problem. If you are trying to solve a math problem but don't know a rule this is rule I used. I hope you learn a lot from my DLO and please leave your feedback to let me know what you think.

Kahurangi Dance Group

Yesterday after morning tea when the bell rang we were ready to go into class ready to do math. But then news came from our teachers that a Dance Group named Kahurangi was going to do a performance for the whole class.

Their were 5 of them. They started with introducing themselves then started performing. They performance always had a story in the background. They did it with Kaha (Braveness) and Mana (Appreciation).

I could honestly saw they were amazing and very inspirational. Also humorous also showing that they are proud of their culture. Kahurangi was Amazing!

Monday, 11 August 2014

Commonwealth DLO!

This is a presentation about Valerie Adams and her background life. I hope you learn a lot and enjoy it. If you don't know much about Valerie then you came to the right place.

Monday, 4 August 2014

Weekly Quiz Prince Photo bomb.

What will a photo be without a Royal photo bomb. Well as Gordon Tietjens (Rugby 7's Coach) was taking a photo guess who photo bombed it? ...... It was Prince Harry admiring the Rugby 7's Game.

Talking about the Rugby 7's did you know that the NZ Rugby 7's team has never lost a game in the Commonwealth since 1993. Good Luck out their Boys and do it for  New Zealand. 

Friday, 1 August 2014

Weekly Quiz - Stan Walker!

Did you know that Stan Walker was born in Australia, Melbourne. He is known as a Australian-Kiwi recording artist, actor and television personality. 2009 was a lucky year. He was the winner seventh and last season of Australian Idol.

In 2010, Stan released his second studio album, From the Inside Out, which began hit single like, "Unbroken" and Choose You". The album hi at number one on the New Zealand Albums chart. As following up on his music courier he released his third studio album, "Let the music Play" in 2011.

During his courier, he won five New Zealand Music Awards and has received four ARIA Music Award nominations. He acted in a New Zealand film "Mt Zion".  And did you know that he was one of the judge on the first season of The X Factor NZ in 2013.

Drumming In Assembly!

In Assembly we had an amazing performance performed by drummers. They were not all ordinary drummers but they were also Cook Island drummers with different kind of drums. There was the Cook Island Drumming group and on my side was Mr Sergeant with the ordinary drum kit.

Mr Sergeant started drumming and did an amazing performance. There were different pitches. He changed his rhythm sometimes and made it interesting and enthusiastic. His hand was vibrating as he was playing. Before long he finished and it was now time for the Cook Island Group.

They started playing and the beats we really fast and it made you want to get up and dance. They inspired the drummers in the school.

Monday, 28 July 2014

Complex Sentences

As the diver balanced she stood steady with focus as she was about to begin.

As the crowd started cheering the divers confidence started to build up, as she balanced with focus in her mind.

Before the diver balanced, with perfect control as she stood up tall and proud she was waiting to do her best clean entry.

As the diver was walking to the platform the crowd was going wild as she  balanced herself, as the time has finally come.

As the diver was walking to the platform the crowd was going wild. She  balanced herself, as the time finally came for her to begin. She controlled herself to jump and as she was up in the air she started with somersaults then changed it to some twist and turns. In a quarter of a fraction she started coming down. Perfectly positioned herself to finish it off with a clean entry.

Wednesday, 23 July 2014

Commonwealth Games Facts

1. What were the first team sports played at the Commonwealth Games? Athletics, Aquatics (Swimming & Diving), Boxing, Lawn Bowls, Rowing, and Wrestling

2. What is the Commonwealth Games Motto?

3. Who is the patron Saint of Scotland?
Saint Andrew is the patron saint of Scotland, Greece and Russia and was Christ's first disciple. St. Andrew was one of the Twelve Apostles (disciples of Jesus) and brother of Simon Peter (Saint Peter). He was a fisherman by trade, who lived in Galilee (in present-day Israel.)

4. Who are the famous Scots?
Robert The Bruce
Robert Burns
William Wallace

Robert The Bruce.............

Robert was well known as the most famous warriors of his generation, eventually taking the leadership of Scotland during the Wars of Scottish Independence against England. He fought successfully during his reign to regain Scotland’s place as an independent nation, and from this day on is still remembered in Scotland as a national hero.

Robert Burns

He is hugely regarded as the national poet of Scotland and is celebrated worldwide. He is well known as the best of the poets who have who have written in the Scots language, although much of his writing is also in english.

William Wallace
Sir William Wallace was born on 1270 23 August. Did you know that Sir William Wallce defeated a English army at the Battle of string Bridge in September 1297. He was a  appointed Guardian of Scotland serving until his defeat at the BAttle of Falkirkin July 1298 in August 1305.

Holiday Writing.

In the holidays I had an amazing adventure going different places meeting a dance crew and also going rock climbing for the very first time. I had these adventures at the Auckland Dunkirk Holiday Program.

Our first trip was going to meet Identity Dance Crew. Once we got there we were put into age groups and put in to certain rooms to learn some hip hop dance moves.

It was amazing learning moves from especially from an amazing dance crew. Our next trip was to Climb Zone Rock Climbing. We got instructed by on of the Staff their. Then we were told that we had to be stripped on to our harnesses then of we went climbing.

I manged to complete about 6 touching the top well some I made it half way and well the left overs I didn't have enough time to go on all of it. On one I got stuck all the way up top. I was scared of heights that's why. It looked easy but it was really hard. I had doubts in my mind.

But I finally came down. Then After we had lunch and off went back to the centre then after we went home.

The Commonwealth Games/Comprehension Question.

  1. In what year were the Commonwealth Games first held ? 1930
  2. What does “CGF” stand for? Commonwealth Games Federation
  3. True or False Australia, Canada, England, New Zealand, Scotland are the only nations to have attended every Commonwealth Games?  False
  4. What were the Commonwealth Games first called? British Empire Games
  5. What is the minimum number of core sports the host city must choose? 10
  6. How many para-sport events will there be in Glasgow? 22
  7. In what years were the Commonwealth Games not held? 1942 & 1946
  8. What are the Commonwealth Games known as? The Friendship Games
  9. How many medal events will there be in Glasgow? 261
  10. The Commonwealth Games are similar to what other international, multi-sport event? Olympics

Friday, 4 July 2014

Gigatown Project!

This is a link to one of our Pt England Student's project of Gigatown. Vote For Pt England and vote for Tamaki. Gigatown Porject

Friday, 27 June 2014

A.F.L Effective Writing.

On a normal not perfect Wednesday when the clock struck 9.40 am off we went walking to the hall getting ready for A.F.L. A.F.L. means (Aussie Football League). Each week we learn at least 2 or more skills in our A.F.L. section.

Walking in, the footballs that were laying on the ground caught my attention. I knew we were going to have fun and some people would eventually get sweaty, and when I say sweaty I mean really sweaty just like they have just finished having a shower. And that was meaning boys.

The skills we have learned was,

1. Speckie

2. Handball

3. The Bounce

4. Ruck

5. Chest Mark

6. Hand Mark.

After we played a game. We had to be splited up  into two groups called Rats and Rabbits. Then it got splited  again into now on four sides. They were still Rats and Rabbits. On one side Rabbits started with two footballs and on the other side Rats  started with the ball. With had to work as a team to eliminate the other team. We had to use the skill Handball. Unfortunately Rabbits lost by 1 under and Rats won!! A.F.L. has been so fun this term. We still have one more section to go but it will be amazing. :)

Monday, 23 June 2014

Friday, 13 June 2014

My Term 2 Writing Sample :)


As the wind was howling and rain drops we falling the clock struck 4.15 pm and off the Pt England Panthers went to start their game. My sister Glennes was playing in the first half as W.D (Wing Defence). Well my cousin Sheena was sub on the first half just encouraging her team mates and watching and waiting for her time to come.

The siren rang and the game has started. Their appointed started with the ball. When the whistle was blown everyone started coming forward and shouting “ Here, Here Me, Me!” Well me and my other sister Marilyn was just eating hot chips and watching. .

The appointed finish the first half with 5 to nil. The Panthers coach said to them like this ‘’ You girls need to spread out and get some goal in OKAY.” The siren went on again but this time my cousin Sheena went on now well my sister Glennes was having a break. Sheen went on play G.A (Goal Attack).

The umpire blew the whistle but this time the Panthers started the game having the ball first. Panthers went up to the centre and started calling for the ball. The Pt England centre quickly passed it to the free person which was Sheena (Goal Attack). The Sheena passed it to WA and the off it went to GS and back to Sheena. Sheena shoot'd and it went in. Now on the point paper it was 5 to 1.. 4 minutes passed and Sheen scored another 5 shots. The along came another 4 from Sheena again. The Panthers were really going hard and making a lot of improvement in the second half. 2 more minutes were left and the panthers were going for another goal but unfortunately the other team stole the ball and had the last goal of the game.

The finishing siren went on and the Panthers lost by 1 point. The score of the game was 10 to 9. It was a strong comeback in the second half from the Panthers. The Panther tried their best! :)

Wednesday, 11 June 2014

My Homemade Chocolate chip Cookies.

One day I felt bored after school just watching television so I just started looking around and as I was looking I saw a piece of paper. I thought to myself I could just draw but when I looked closely it was a recipe to make Chocolate Chip Cookies.

So I read the ingredients and look around in the kitchen to see if had any of them. After a while I found every ingredients that I needed.

So then I started baking. After a whole lot of baking of it went to the oven. When It was ready, of we went and enjoyed the lovely cookies.

Visit next time if you want to know the ingredients. Thank You :)

Monday, 9 June 2014

The Whispering Giant!

This is my presentation about the Wellington Town Hall Organ. I hope you enjoy!

Irene Van Dyk & Fifa World Cup (Weekly Quiz)

1. Irene Van Dyk known as one of the best Silver Fern netball players. She plays as Goal Shoot & Goal Attack. She has a husband and one kid, a daughter. She is an amazing example for those girls or boys you know who wants to grow up and play netball. She has lately shared that she has retired from netball that is really sad. But we knew one moment it will come. 

2. Did you know that the FiFa World Cup is coming. The national sport in that world cup is Soccer. There are teams like Brazil, Portugal and Argentina and etc. It is held in the country of Brazil. I hope Brazil wins! I love sports and this world cup is going to be good for people who also loves sports like me. 

My book Review

Book Title: School Journal (Shrimps)
Author: Alan Bagnall
Reviewer: Quasia Class 4
Grand total of books read this year: 4
Book Genre: (Highlight)

  • Science fiction
  • Drama
  • Romance
  • Mystery
  • Horror
  • Comedy
  • Series
  • Fantasy
  • Other (state)

  • Biographies/Autobiographies
  • Historical
  • Instructional
  • Other (state)

Insert photo of book cover here:

Reading Level:
  • Easy
  • Medium
  • Advanced
(Leave how many stars you rate it.)
It's a good book to learn about shrimps. 

Suddenly a bully breaks up a group. Shrimps flick about or loop the loop.