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How Many Ways Can You Say Goodbye? (with audio)

ISBN 
9781485900849
Format 
Book And CD
Recommended Price 
R180.00
Published 
March 2021
About the book: 
After Sara and her friends had an exciting journey in a hot air balloon to see the country and find out how to say ‘hello’ in How Many Ways Can You Say Hello?, they are making a return trip across South Africa to see more sights and to drop off the friends, one by one. As they do so, they also need to find out how to say ‘goodbye’ to one another in all of the country’s 11 official languages.
 
But just as Sara starts to feel sad, she discovers that ‘goodbye’ can be the start of something new, something wonderful. Join her and find this out for yourself too.
 
This is another delightful story of rhyming verse, accompanied by charming illustrations, and a must for all young South African children. And if parents/grandparents/carers aren’t sure how to pronounce ‘goodbye’  in all 11 official languages, there is a digital link to the text, narrated by the author herself, to guide with authentic pronunciation.
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About the Author
Refiloe Moahloli grew up in Mthatha in the Eastern Cape. As aunt to many nieces and nephews who consider her to be ‘one of them’ due to her modest height, life with them inspires a number of stories floating in her head at any given time.
 
Now a full-time writer, her life is a far cry from her former career in the world of information systems and corporate telecoms. Refiloe plays hockey, is a keen Instagrammer and is a full-time couch coach of South Africa’s cricket teams.

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