Author(s): Elizabeth Pulford
Moving with his dad to live on Grandma's farm turns out to be great fun for Danny. He makes friends with a wee goat - also motherless, just like Danny - and they have many adventures together. Then Dad marries again, and they move to the city ...will Danny ever see Rasmas again?
A moving story of friendship between a boy and his goat, it deals naturally and sensitively with the issues of loss, and parental re-marriage. With heartwarming illustrations by Jenny Cooper, winner of 2015's NZ Children's Book Awards Book of the Year.
This te reo Maori edition has been translated by Ngaere Roberts
Elizabeth Pulford is the author of Scholastic's popular junior fiction series Bloodtree Chronicles and The Littlest Angel, as well as children's picture books Far, Far from Home, The Quest for the Rotten Egg, Can't Catch Me, On a Rabbit Hunt, Shut the Gate and Jelly-legs, among others.Elizabeth was born in Canada in 1943, raised and educated in Dunedin, and currently lives in Waikouaiti, Otago.