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Kia pōturi te haere  by Pam Holden

Kia pōturi te haere

Pam Holden

Book

"The boy in this story is always busy riding on all sorts of things. He likes to go very fast, and his big sister gets worried. She thinks he will crash!"--Publisher's description.

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Poihau wera  by Pam Holden

Poihau wera

Pam Holden

Book

"Have you ever seen big balloons taking people for a ride? Look at these hot air balloons flying up in the sky. The look like all kinds of different things."--Publisher's description.

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E hia ki a au?  by Pam Holden

E hia ki a au?

Pam Holden

Book

"Can you count all the parts of your body? How many fingernails have you got? How many knuckles are on your hands? What are the parts of your body called?"--Publisher's description.

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Te matapae huarere  by Pam Holden

Te matapae huarere

Pam Holden

Book

"This robot came to visit the young boy. The robot had never been outside before. He saw things that he had never ever seen. He asked lots of questions about the weather. Can you read his questions with the robot's voice?"--Publisher's description.

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Mīhini nui  by Diana Freeman

Mīhini nui

Diana Freeman

Book

"When we make new roads, we need machines to help us. When we build new schools and houses, we need machines. They do work that is too hard for us. Some machines help to load ships and lift heavy things. Some machines move earth and rocks."--Publishe...

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Ngā kaihōrapa o rarowhenua  by Pam Holden

Ngā kaihōrapa o rarowhenua

Pam Holden

Book

"Do you know about things that are under the ground? People who have been exploring have found valuable things like diamonds and silver. Explorers have found useful things like oil under the ground. What else?"--Publisher's description.

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E hia ōu tau?  by Pam Holden

E hia ōu tau?

Pam Holden

Book

"How old are you? Do you know someone who is very old? Who is very young? How old are your friends? How old are the other people in your family? How old will you be when you have your next birthday? "--Publisher's description.

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Poihau uenuku  by Pam Holden

Poihau uenuku

Pam Holden

Book

"Do you like blowing up balloons? What happens if you blow too much? Look at all the different balloons. What will the children do with so many balloons?"--Publisher's description.

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He puia  by Julie Ellis

He puia

Julie Ellis

Book

"A volcano is a mountain that erupts - it explodes! Hot, melted rock called lava blows out of the top. It runs down the side of the mountain. The volcano shoots out steam and smoke and ash. It is dangerous for people and animals. Hot lava can cover farms...

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He Whakaputanga  by Alison Condon

He Whakaputanga

Alison Condon

Book

"Big changes are coming for the indigenous people o Aotearoa New Zealand. Whalers and sealers, followed by more and more settlers, are arriving in the land. Māori are quick to see opportunities for trade, but there are problems. Europeans want land and...

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Ngā momo makawe  by Pam Holden

Ngā momo makawe

Pam Holden

Book

"People have different kinds of hair. What is your hair like? Is it straight or curly? What kind of hair do your friends have?"--Publisher's description.

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Kepapa Huarākau = Fruit Kebabs  by Alice Patrick

Kepapa Huarākau = Fruit Kebabs

Alice Patrick

Book

Learn how to make fruit kebabs from scratch.

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He aha taku āpōpō?  by Pam Holden

He aha taku āpōpō?

Pam Holden

Book

"What work would you like to do when you grow up? You could learn how to be a firefighter or a diver. You might like to be a vet or an acrobat. What would you like to be?"--Publisher's description.

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Te waka a tiare  by Pam Holden

Te waka a tiare

Pam Holden

Book

"Poor Charlie saw his boat sail away across the lake. It went into a little stream. Then it went into a bigger stream. Then it went into a little river. Little rivers get bigger as they go along, and big rivers go into the sea. What do you think happened...

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Ātārangi  by Pam Holden

Ātārangi

Pam Holden

Book

A young boy discovers that he is not the only one to have a shadow.

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Whakatipu mara  by Pam Holden

Whakatipu mara

Pam Holden

Book

"It is fun to grow a garden with flowers or vegetables. You can make a garden at home or at school. What will you do first? What tools will you need?"--Publisher's description.

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Pūkoro  by Pam Holden

Pūkoro

Pam Holden

Book

"We like pockets on our clothes. Have you got a pocket? What is in it? What else do we put in our pockets? What do adults pub it their pockets?"--Publisher's description.

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Ngā Uru Tarata O Huatau  by Teariki Tuiono

Ngā Uru Tarata O Huatau

Teariki Tuiono

Book

The story of Ngā Uru Tarata O Huatau, a grove of lemonwood trees, significant to Ngāti Te Awa.

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Uenuku  by Teariki Tuiono

Uenuku

Teariki Tuiono

Book

A description of Uenuku, the rainbow god Ngāti Te Awa, ko Mātukūtureia and other landmarks of the Manukau Harbour.

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Kaiwhare  by Teariki Tuiono

Kaiwhare

Teariki Tuiono

Book

A description of Kaiwhare, orca and principal kaitiaki to Ngāti Te Awa. .

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Te Manurewa o Tamapahore  by Teariki Tuiono

Te Manurewa o Tamapahore

Teariki Tuiono

Book

A description of Tamapahore, his ancestors, including Huakaiwaka and Huatau, Mātukūtureia and other landmarks of the Manukau Harbour. This publication is part of a series of books and a compact disc telling the stories of Ngāti Te Awa which include b...

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Kāeaea  by Teariki Tuiono

Kāeaea

Teariki Tuiono

Book

A description of the kāeaea (also known as the karearea), the New Zealand falcon, guardian of Ngāti Te Awa. This is part of a series of books and a compact disc telling the stories of Ngāti Te Awa which include books, waiata, haka and art. It was ori...

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Hine and the tohunga portal  by Ataria Sharman

Hine and the tohunga portal

Ataria Sharman

Book

"Hine and her brother, Hōhepa, unwittingly step through a portal into an ancient realm inhabited by Māori deities, Kea bird tribes, patupaiarehe (fairy people), moa and giant eagles. This world is in turmoil as evil sorcerer Kae has built a cursed army...

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Sweet dreams, sleep tight = Kia au te moe, kia reka te moemoea  by Robyn Kahukiwa

Sweet dreams, sleep tight = Kia au te moe, kia reka te moemoea

Robyn Kahukiwa

Picture book

A girl puts herself to sleep by having an imaginary dream.

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Twinkle twinkle Matariki = Tīrama, tīrama, Matariki  by Rebecca Larsen

Twinkle twinkle Matariki = Tīrama, tīrama, Matariki

Rebecca Larsen

Picture book

"Pūkeko, Kiwi and Hoiho want to fly very high. Join them as they blast off to explore the nine stars of Matariki"--Back cover.

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Native NZ  by Kate Muir

Native NZ

Kate Muir

Picture book

"Designed to help focus and calm your baby, this book of New Zealand birds creates the perfect opportunity for bonding, cuddles and story time"--Back cover.

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I waho, i te moana  by Yvonne Morrison

I waho, i te moana

Yvonne Morrison

Picture book

"Out in the moana, underneath the sparkling sun, lived a mother sea lion and her little pup one ... A playful retelling of the much-loved traditional story, Over in the Meadow. This companion title to Morrison's Down in the Forest features fascinating...

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Koro  by Gavin Bishop

Koro

Gavin Bishop

Picture book

"A day with grandad showing ... the bond between grandfather and child: a small hand in a big one, big gumboots and little, some food, stories and a snooze to finish"--Publisher's website.

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Te kuia me te pūngāwerewere = the kuia and the spider  by Patricia Grace

Te kuia me te pūngāwerewere = the kuia and the spider

Patricia Grace

Book

"Who's best at weaving, the kuia or the spider? They decide to ask their grandchildren"--Publisher information.

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Te Tuna Wātakirihi me ngā tamariki o te Tiriti o Toa = Watercress Tuna and the children of Champion Street  by Patricia Grace

Te Tuna Wātakirihi me ngā tamariki o te Tiriti o Toa = Watercress Tuna and the children of Champion Street

Patricia Grace

Picture book

"Story about a magical eel that presents cultural treasures to a group of Māori, Pasifika and Pākehā children, who then use their gifts to enrich their neighbourhood... It celebrates diverse cultural heritage and the role of music and dance in bringing...

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The greatest haka festival on Earth  by Pania Tahau-Hodges

The greatest haka festival on Earth

Pania Tahau-Hodges

Book

"It's national kapa haka competition time again, and this Māori performing arts festival is a big event! It needs planning, tactics and dedication - and that's just for the people watching! Nan's a hardcore kapa haka follower, and she shows her mokopuna...

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Mokopuna Matatini  by Pania Tahau-Hodges

Mokopuna Matatini

Pania Tahau-Hodges

Book

"It's national kapa haka competition time again, and this Māori performing arts festival is a big event! It needs planning, tactics and dedication - and that's just for the people watching! Nan's a hardcore kapa haka follower, and she shows her mokopuna...

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Blimmin' Koro! = Kātahi rā, e Koro e!  by Jill Bevan-Brown

Blimmin' Koro! = Kātahi rā, e Koro e!

Jill Bevan-Brown

Picture book

"Kotuku notices her grandfather is becoming forgetful. He hides things around the house. He has trouble walking and talking. Why is Koro sick? Step by step Kotuku and her whānau learn about dementia and help Koro and each other to adjust to the changes...

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Māui and the sun  by Jephson Gibbs

Māui and the sun

Jephson Gibbs

Book

The retelling of a tradiitonal tale, in which Māui uses magical powers to slow the movement of the sun. Sun and time gives information about the power of the sun and how time is measured.

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The secrets in the soil = Ngā kura huna ā-nuku  by Janet Bradbury

The secrets in the soil = Ngā kura huna ā-nuku

Janet Bradbury

Picture book

"The story is about Maisie who wants to grow a tomato plant, but when it doesn’t thrive, she turns to her neighbour who introduces Maisie to the secret of good gardening."--Author's website.

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There's a moa in the moonlight = He moa kei ro atarau  by Dawn author. McMillan

There's a moa in the moonlight = He moa kei ro atarau

Dawn author. McMillan

Picture book

Moa is munching melons in the moonlight, Laughing Owl hoots happily, Huia are eating grubs in the hibiscus tree ... and thats just the start as creatures that have disappeared from modern Aotearoa reappear and have fun in the night. On the heels of Theres...

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My Kiwi Christmas  by Donovan Bixley

My Kiwi Christmas

Donovan Bixley

Picture book

"From Santa (Ko Hana Koko) to Christmas Tree (Rakau Kirihimete), decorations (He Whakarakei) to dessert (He purini), come explore Christmas"--Publisher's website.

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Ka pai kiwi favourites

Ka pai kiwi favourites

Book

"Favourite and familiar songs with a Kiwi twist ... now in one bumper hardback compendium"--Publisher information.

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Whetū Toa and the hunt for Ramses  by Steph Matuku

Whetū Toa and the hunt for Ramses

Steph Matuku

Book

"Whetu is about to start school, and no one is happy. Not the chicken. Not the bull. Especially not Ramses the golden ram, who disappears. Tori the Cat guides Whetu on a rescue mission. They travel by starbeams to zany worlds and end up on a planet run...

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Atua  by Gavin Bishop

Atua

Gavin Bishop

Book

"Before the beginning there was nothing. No sound, no air, no colour: nothing. TE KORE, NOTHING. No one knows how long this nothing lasted because there was no time. However, in this great nothing there was a sense of waiting. Something was about to ...

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Ko te rangatira o te awa  by Nicolette Parsons

Ko te rangatira o te awa

Nicolette Parsons

Picture book

"Sit along side your little one and share the delights as you meet Ernest and his friends... before being introduced to someone special in this delightful children’s picture book. At the end of the book, there displays a page of insects - to be found...

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The small girl who lives next door = Te kōtiro nohinohi e noho pātata ana  by Glenn Colquhoun

The small girl who lives next door = Te kōtiro nohinohi e noho pātata ana

Glenn Colquhoun

Picture book

"From two aunties playing cards to an old soldier eating an ice-cream...from two birds building their nest to a great mountain looking down...follow Jack as he travels deeper into the heart of te reo Māori where he discovers a new way of looking at a...

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Te hipo huna  by Juliette MacIver

Te hipo huna

Juliette MacIver

Picture book

On a visit to Don's Safari, the students in class 2B attempt to find a missing hippopotamus.

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Ka tukia te māhunga o Bib = Bib bumps its head. by Ronald Leunissen

Ka tukia te māhunga o Bib = Bib bumps its head.

Ronald Leunissen

Picture book

"Rata pai ana a Bib ki te oma. Hangahanga ana te tautau o te peka. Kāore a Bib e aro atu. He mate pea kei te haere? = Bib loves to run. The branch is hanging low. Bib is not paying attention. How will this end?"--Publisher's description.

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I te tīmatanga  by Todd Purchase

I te tīmatanga

Todd Purchase

Book

"A Māori mythology of the beginning of time This is the story of two parents, Ranginui and Papatūānuku commonly known to us as Rangi and Papa. In the beginning, Rangi (sky father) and Papa (earth mother) lay hugging each other in a warm-hearted embrace....

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Kia haurua  by Pam Holden

Kia haurua

Pam Holden

Book

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He wera  by Pam Holden

He wera

Pam Holden

Book

He pai te nuinga o nga mea wera. Engari, me tupato tatou He aha ai? Kei te mohio koe ki etahi mea wera? Most hot things are good. But we have to be very careful when we are near hot things. Why? What hot stuff do you know about?

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Ngā tamaiti rangatira

Ngā tamaiti rangatira

Book

"Ngā tamaiti rangatira is a collection of writing by young people from the Tipu Whare program at Panama Road School"--Back cover.

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Kei te aha ngā kararehe  by Te Ataakura Pewhairangi

Kei te aha ngā kararehe

Te Ataakura Pewhairangi

Picture book

"Find out what all the animals are up to in this delightful board book, in te reo Māori. The simple question-and-answer format introduces new words in an engaging and interactive way, and the charming photographs by renowned New Zealand photographer ...

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This dog = Ko tēnei kurī  by Ian (Wellington author) Munro

This dog = Ko tēnei kurī

Ian (Wellington author) Munro

Picture book

A blackbird in a garden tells us about a dog. Each page begins with the phrase "This dog that is my dog ..." or "Ko tēnei kurī, arā, taku kurī ..." and describes the behaviour.

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Birdsong  by Maris O'Rourke

Birdsong

Maris O'Rourke

Picture book

Birdsong / He Korihi is a charming bilingual, bicultural 1 to 10 counting book for 0-10 year olds. It is beautifully illustrated with a mix of familiar native and introduced birds and the rhyming couplets in Māori and English introduce a range of int...

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Ko PekaKiwi  by Melinda Szymanik

Ko PekaKiwi

Melinda Szymanik

Picture book

"Can Kiwi become the hero of the forest that he longs to be? Kiwi lives in a the forest amongst the kākāpō, kunekune pigs, ruru, wētā and kerurū. He longs to be fast enough to come to the aid of his friends when they are in need. There is just one pr...

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Te kahui o Matariki  by Sharon Holt

Te kahui o Matariki

Sharon Holt

Picture book

In this book we focus on each of the nine stars in the Matariki cluster, and their relationship to the environment. We know you will love the song and illustrations.

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Ki te moe Aotearoa  by Donovan Bixley

Ki te moe Aotearoa

Donovan Bixley

Picture book

The baby animals around New Zealand settling down to sleep.

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He wheke wai mamangu au  by Stephanie Thatcher

He wheke wai mamangu au

Stephanie Thatcher

Picture book

"Join good friends, Inky and Jellyfish, as they play a spirited game of tag amongst the creatures and plants of the ocean"--Publisher information.

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Te Uruuru Whenua o Ngātoroirangi  by Chris Winitana

Te Uruuru Whenua o Ngātoroirangi

Chris Winitana

Book

"This is the story of the arrival of Ngātoroirangi in Aotearoa and his exploration of the landscape and subduing of kaitiaki, such as the guardian of Tarawera, Tamaohoi; the guardian of water on Kaingaroa, Torepatutai; and the King of the Patupaiarehe,...

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Flit the Fantail and the Matariki map  by Katherine Q. (Katherine Quin) Merewether

Flit the Fantail and the Matariki map

Katherine Q. (Katherine Quin) Merew...

Picture book

"Join Flit and his friends, Keri the kiwi and wise old Ruru, as they explore the night skies to work out how to capture a sparkling star. When the friends get lost, they follow the twinkling clues in the sky to find their way back home"--Publisher in...

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Ko Flit, te Tīrairaka me te mahere Matariki  by Katherine Q. (Katherine Quin) Merewether

Ko Flit, te Tīrairaka me te mahere Matariki

Katherine Q. (Katherine Quin) Merew...

Picture book

"Join Flit and his friends, Keri the kiwi and wise old Ruru, as they explore the night skies to work out how to capture a sparkling star. When the friends get lost, they follow the twinkling clues in the sky to find their way back home"--Publisher in...

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Ngake me Whātaitai  by Ben Ngaia

Ngake me Whātaitai

Ben Ngaia

Picture book

"A traditional story told in te reo Māori from the perspective of the Kāhui Maunga people about Ngake and Whātaitai. These two taniwha inhabited Te Whanganui-a-Tara, Wellington Harbour, long before the ancestral migrations. The story tells how the shape...

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Kia ora  by Sharon Holt

Kia ora

Sharon Holt

Picture book

Kia Ora is a book which asks and answers questions about feelings in te reo Māori. The boy in the story goes around his family members asking Kei te pehea koe? and receives a variety of responses. At the end, his friend arrives and everyone is kei te...

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Lisa Carrington  by David Riley

Lisa Carrington

David Riley

Book

"Lisa Carrington tells the story of how a girl from Ōhope, Whakatane, became one of the most dominant athletes in the world. You’ll find out how Lisa made history as the first Māori to win an Olympic gold medal. You’ll learn how to use challenges in your...

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Māmā, e hiakai ana mātou  by Teri Ta'ala

Māmā, e hiakai ana mātou

Teri Ta'ala

Picture book

The kids are hungry! One by one, Hohepa, Raniera and Hineraumati let Mama know that it's time to eat. She replies by telling them where to find the food. When the kids go to the fridge, the cupboard and the vegie basket, they can't see any food. It's...

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Dog safety education with Peaches and Rangi  by 1969- author. Jordan Kelly

Dog safety education with Peaches and Rangi

1969- author. Jordan Kelly

Picture book

"Peaches the little fat Bulldog explains to her friend Rangi about keeping safe around dogs"--Back cover.

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There's a bear in the window  by June Pitman-Hayes

There's a bear in the window

June Pitman-Hayes

Picture book

"There's a bear in the window of the house across the street. It's tall and round, with great big feet! I wonder what I would see if I were that bear, and that bear were me? From singer-songwriter June Pitman-Hayes comes a story told in both English and...

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Hokē te Whanokē = Bod the Odd  by Vaughan Rapatahana

Hokē te Whanokē = Bod the Odd

Vaughan Rapatahana

Book

"Ko te Hokē Te Whanokē he rerekē i ētahi atu kaiora katoa o tēnei ao o tātau. Koia anō, i ētahi āhuatanga, he tino rerekē ke ia ki te nuinga o tātou e wheako i roto i o tātau koiora i ia rā. Hokē Te Whanokē he hari tonu. Kia koa hoki ta tātou, nā te mea...

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Three little wax-eyes = Nga tauhou e toru  by Kinsa Hays

Three little wax-eyes = Nga tauhou e toru

Kinsa Hays

Picture book

"Learning something new isn't always easy. Sometimes we need help from others. This is the story of how three little chicks faced their fears with help from mum and dad."--Back cover.

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14 Ngā tohu aroha ka tukuna  by Wayne Youle

14 Ngā tohu aroha ka tukuna

Wayne Youle

Picture book

When we're apart from the ones we love, how do we get our kisses to them? We blow them! The blown kisses in this charming book travel far. Tied to a rocket, attached to a pigeon, kicked like a rugby ball - and many other imaginative ways. Wayne Youle...

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Te Manurewa o Tamapahore  by Teariki Tuiono

Te Manurewa o Tamapahore

Teariki Tuiono

Picture book

A description of Tamapahore, his ancestors, including Huakaiwaka and Huatau, Mātukūtureia and other landmarks of the Manukau Harbour. This publication is part of a series of books and a compact disc telling the stories of Ngāti Te Awa which include b...

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Ko te pūtake mo te Kirihimete = The reason for Christmas  by Siu Williams-Lemi

Ko te pūtake mo te Kirihimete = The reason for Christmas

Siu Williams-Lemi

Book

"The Reason for Christchurch" is a bilingual English and Te Reo Maori sing-a-long book for preschoolers. This song is written by Loopy Tunes, who are a sister duo based in Christchurch that run live, interactive music and movement sessions for preschoolers...

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He Kirihimete karakara Kiwi = It's a colourful Kiwi Christmas  by Siu Williams-Lemi

He Kirihimete karakara Kiwi = It's a colourful Kiwi Christmas

Siu Williams-Lemi

Book

"He Kirihimete Karakara Kiwi / A Colourful Kiwi Christmas" is a bilingual English and Te Reo Maori sing-a-long book for preschoolers. This song is written by Loopy Tunes, who are a sister duo based in Christchurch that run live, interactive music and...

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Te rā tuatahi o Hope = Hope's first day  by Jenny Chapman

Te rā tuatahi o Hope = Hope's first day

Jenny Chapman

Picture book

"Join Hope on her first day of school and learn everyday phrases in our three languages."--Publisher's description.

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Te taraka kikorangi ahuwhenua o Pop  by Jan Pendergrast

Te taraka kikorangi ahuwhenua o Pop

Jan Pendergrast

Book

"Stinky mud, a wild bull, cute calves, road works, and the beach - these are all part of Pop and Zac's busy week with the blue truck. Come and join them on their adventure"--Back cover.

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Pepeke piwari! = Beautiful bugs!  by 1968- author Jahri Jah Jah

Pepeke piwari! = Beautiful bugs!

1968- author Jahri Jah Jah

Picture book

"Enter the world of cute and beautiful bugs, bees and butterflies. Learn phrases to describe them in English and te reo Maori."--Back cover.

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Peppa's first 100 Māori words  by Lauren Holowaty

Peppa's first 100 Māori words

Lauren Holowaty

Picture book

For the first time ever, Peppa is available in Māori in a bi-lingual book designed to help parents and children learn together. Lift-the-flaps and spot the objects on every page with Peppa and her family and friends. This book is a feast for the eyes...

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Tāngata nunui, tāngata nohinohi = Humans big and small  by Howard Reti

Tāngata nunui, tāngata nohinohi = Humans big and small

Howard Reti

Book

"Aims to help educate children and their parents on kaimoana [seafood] gathering in an environmentally and culturally friendly way"--Publisher information.

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Ngā atua Māori  by Sharon Holt

Ngā atua Māori

Sharon Holt

Book

This book connects the Māori gods with children as guardians of the environment, using beautiful illustrations and a captivating song. We're sure it will soon be a favourite with children and teachers.

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Tahi iti  by Robyn Kahukiwa

Tahi iti

Robyn Kahukiwa

Picture book

"Tahi iti is a celebration of our tamariki mokopuna with simple counting in Te Reo Māori. Can be either read or sung"--Back cover.

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Ngārara weriweri! = Awesome ugly bugs!  by 1968- author. Jahri Jah Jah

Ngārara weriweri! = Awesome ugly bugs!

1968- author. Jahri Jah Jah

Book

"Enter the world of awesome and sometimes ugly bugs and spiders. Learn phrases to describe them in English and te reo Māori."--Publisher's description.

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Papatūānuku has a tummy ache!  by A. J. author. Copping

Papatūānuku has a tummy ache!

A. J. author. Copping

Picture book

The earth mother, Papatūānuku, has a tummy ache due to all of the rubbish and waste building up on the earth. What can the tamariki do to help?

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The standing strong house = Te whare tū māia  by Reina Kahukiwa

The standing strong house = Te whare tū māia

Reina Kahukiwa

Book

"The fictional story of hapū Ngāti Tū Māia revolves around multiple generations, weaving their stories together in a way that celebrates tīpuna (ancestors, grandparents), mokopuna (grandchildren, descendants), and kaitiaki (guardian)"--Back cover.

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A poraka rāua ko kōkopu  by June Allen

A poraka rāua ko kōkopu

June Allen

Picture book

"It's a story of night time creatures; frog gets away from Ruru and lands by a stream where Kokopu lives. They become friends."--Provided by publisher.

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Kupu tauaro = Opposites  by Kitty Brown

Kupu tauaro = Opposites

Kitty Brown

Book

This book shows us how things can be similar and different at the same time. Stunning images of creatures of Aotearoa. Tamariki will learn useful new reo while enjoying beautiful images.

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Hare Pota me te whatu manapou  by J. K. author. Rowling

Hare Pota me te whatu manapou

J. K. author. Rowling

Book

"Kāore anō a Hare Pota i paku rongo kōrero e pā ana ki Hōwata i te taenga haeretanga o ngā reta ki a Mita H. Pota, i Te Kāpata i raro i te Arapiki, i te 4 o te Ara o Piriweti. He mea tuhi ki te wai kānapanapa i runga i te kirihipi āhua kōwhai nei, i tere...

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Mahi = Actions  by Kitty Brown

Mahi = Actions

Kitty Brown

Picture book

Meet some of our favourite kiwi kararehe and find out what they like to do best! Learn to introduce yourself and your favourite activities too.

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1-2-3 with New Zealand rugby  by Justin Laing

1-2-3 with New Zealand rugby

Justin Laing

Picture book

"Learn to count in English and te reo Māori with your favourite All Blacks and Silver Fern players"--Back cover.

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Nōu te ao, e hika e!  by Dr Seuss

Nōu te ao, e hika e!

Dr Seuss

Picture book

"'Me mihi ka tika, te toa o te rā! Tūrou, Hawaiki! Tō pai! Wehi nā!'Topa mai, taka mai, ko ngā piki me ngā heke o te ao o te tangata te aronga nui o tēnei kōrero reka nā te mātanga, nā Dr. Seuss. He kupu akiaki kei roto e maumahara ai te tangata ki ōna...

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