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Count to nine using Vagahau Niue, the language of Niue Island - text in Niuean and English.
Experience the animals, foods, places and culture of Niue by following the journey of Kuaka, a native New Zealand godwit (bird).
A retelling of a traditional folktale plus a short factual introduction of the country and culture of Niue - flip the book to enjoy both parts!
Learn to speak words and phrases in Niuean - look out for more in this series by Jahri Jah Jah.
While Malia is at the beach with her parents she notices some baby turtles crawling out of the sand and down the beach to the sea. Suggested level: primary.
Talk about creatures using Vagahau Niue, the language of Niue Island. Part of the Learning about Niue Island series by Carolyn Collis.
Tells of an incident from the author's childhood when his parents sent him to the shop to buy bread. He soon discovers that differently shaped loaves had different names.
A story about a cycling competition that is held Niue each year. Suggested level: primary, intermediate, secondary.
Talk about weaving using Vagahau Niue, the language of Niue - text in English, with names of woven products also in Niuean. Part of the Learning about Niue Island series by Carolyn Collis.
Describes location using Vagahau Niue, the language of Niue. Part of the Learning about Niue Island series by Carolyn Collis.
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