Jeremy is starting a new school. He's not too sure about how he will fit in. But the other students make him welcome and every time he thinks he can't do soemthing they say "Of course you can!."
This book was created to be fun and exciting to help Niuean children prepare for school every morning. The book is in Niuean. It is aligned with Te Whariki: He Whariki Matauranga mo nga Mokopuna o Aotearoa/Early Childhood Curriculum and with The New Zealand...
"Fourteen Niue young people worked with teacher-writer David Riley, to bring you this book – Ko Au Ko e Tama Niue. The stories they’ve written demonstrate their immense pride in being Niue. You’ll read about a beloved ancestor, swimming in Niue, fishing with...
A little girl helps her grandmother prepare a tīvaevae for her uncle's wedding.
A bilingual collection of stories from Niue, in both Niuean and English. With illustrations by Lange Taufelia, Tales of Niue Nukututaha features 12 tales from the island of Niue, giving traditional Polynesian storytelling a new twist. Zora explores the ancient...
A reader for children in Niuean naming the parts of the body.
Reader in which a child persuades an adult to keep his school's walking school bus going. Suggested level: junior, primary.
A play about Sake, a young crab, who doesn't like staying home and thinks it is time for adventure. The plot is based on Sake's attempt to find one. All his friends warn him of the dangers out in the world, but he doesn't listen.
Mele has just lost her grandmother. Mele misses her very much and often thinks about the special times they spent together. One day, Mele is surprised when she discovers her grandmother's favourite locket in an unexpected place.
Story about two young girls, who are meeting each other for the first time (at a concert) although their mothers are sisters. There is a lot of fun and laughter, which brings the cousins closer together.
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