Series: Kapai the Kiwi

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Kapai and the Flying Bathtub by Uncle Anzac
Kapai and the Kauri Trees by Uncle Anzac
Kapai and the Mountain Legend by Uncle Anzac
Kapai Bungy Jumps by Uncle Anzac
Kapai Goes Whale Watching by Uncle Anzac
Kapai Goes Whitewater Rafting by Uncle Anzac
Kapai in the City of Sails by Uncle Anzac
Kapai Tackles Rugby by Uncle Anzac
Kapai's keepsafe children's firewise : be a stay alive kiwi! by Uncle Anzac
Kapai's New Mates by Uncle Anzac
Kapai's sunsmart rules : be a stay alive kiwi by Uncle Anzac
Kapai's Capital Visit by Uncle Anzac
Kapai's Kiwi Holiday by Uncle Anzac
Kapai's New Mates and Other Stories by Uncle Anzac
Kapai's Road Code by Uncle Anzac
Kapai's Thermal Adventure by Uncle Anzac
Kapai, goal shoot by Uncle Anzac

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