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Aloha everything  by Kaylin Melia George

Aloha everything

Kaylin Melia George

Picture book

"A stunning tribute to Hawaiian culture and identity."-starred review, Kirkus, Aloha Everything, is a magical story that will take you on a thrilling journey through the breathtaking islands of Hawaii! In this exciting adventure, you'll encounter mighty canoes...

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Katuivei

Katuivei

To write poetry in New Zealand as a Pacific migrant is an act of wayfinding, a creative process of discovery and negotiation between cultural spaces. This collection of 137 poems by 89 Aotearoa-based Pacific poets explores that navigation.This significant...

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Rotuma 'otou hanua pumue

Rotuma 'otou hanua pumue

Nine Rotuman young people worked with teacher-writer David Riley, to bring you this book ... The stories they've written demonstrate their immense pride in being Rotuman. You'll read about a beloved grandmother and her tefui, a first trip to Rotuma, gardening...

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Climate politics in Oceania

Climate politics in Oceania

"A wake-up call to Australia and its climate credentials in our region. Australia's ambitions for global climate policy leadership have been seriously undermined in recent years, its reputation reduced by political inertia, policy blind spots and diplomatic...

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Divided isles  by Edward Acton Cavanough

Divided isles

Edward Acton Cavanough

"In 2019, Solomon Islands made international headlines when the country severed its decades-old alliance with Taiwan in exchange for a partnership with Beijing. The decision prompted international condemnation and terrified Australian security experts, who...

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O le tusi pese a le Ekalesia Metotisi i Samoa.

O le tusi pese a le Ekalesia Metotisi i Samoa.

Samoan hymn book produced by the Methodist Church of Samoa.

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Talanoa Fogafala

Talanoa Fogafala

"This poetry collection is the culmination of a collaboration between the National University of Samoa and the University of Auckland. Staff and students shared their thoughts and feelings, hopes and frustrations with each other in the form of poetry, art, and...

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Fangufangu Mana  by Graeme McNae

Fangufangu Mana

Graeme McNae

Like the sound of the fangufangu mana nose flute heard in the morning air, awakening sleepers and banishing lies, the gospel makes its invitation. Graeme and Colleen McNae heeded the call and set off for Tonga with their young family to spread the news. What...

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On call  by Ineke Meredith

On call

Ineke Meredith

"The world of surgery is strange, messy and intense. From a man presenting with fishhooks in his stomach to being punched in the face by a patient, it's all in a mad day's work for a female general surgeon. Even with emergency operations in the wee hours and...

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Pago Pago Tango  by John Enright

Pago Pago Tango

John Enright

Just like anywhere else in the world, it has its fair share of murder, drugs, and robbery. Which makes Apelu Soifua the perfect man for his job. He's a cop of two worlds: San Francisco, where he started his career, and now his native Samoa. Following up on a...

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Gauguin and Polynesia  by Nicholas Thomas

Gauguin and Polynesia

Nicholas Thomas

"The Post-Impressionist artist and writer Paul Gauguin led an extraordinary, troubled and restlessly itinerant life; he came late to painting and spent most of his last decade in the Pacific islands of Tahiti and the Marquesas, where he produced paintings...

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Remaking Pacific pasts  by Diana Looser

Remaking Pacific pasts

Diana Looser

Since the late 1960s, drama by Pacific Island playwrights has flourished throughout Oceania. Although many Pacific Island cultures have a broad range of highly developed indigenous performance forms-including oral narrative, clowning, ritual, dance, and...

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Octopuses  by Melissa Gish

Octopuses

Melissa Gish

"Arms twist and twirl ... Suckers stick ... Meet the octopus! Brimming with vivid photos and scientific facts, this middle-grade nonfiction book treats researchers and sea animal lovers to a comprehensive profile of these impressive invertebrates of the ocean....

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Fo'i niu 'oku tētē = The floating coconut  by Tilisa Kautai de Martinez

Fo'i niu 'oku tētē = The floating coconut

Tilisa Kautai de Martinez

Picture book

In his second adventure in Tonga, Tiki discovers the importance of the coconut and its many uses.

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Molly the friendly crocodile  by Vaoese Kava

Molly the friendly crocodile

Vaoese Kava

Picture book

This Picture book demonstrates the many backyard adventures that Australian schoolboy Amoleka and his friend Molly the crocodile gets up to after Amoleka finishes doing his after-school homework. He wants to play with his good mate Molly, but the only Problem...

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Toa moa a papa = Papa's toa moa   by Junior Rubena

Toa moa a papa = Papa's toa moa

Junior Rubena

Picture book

When Papa was young he had lots of jobs to do in the village. His favourite job was feeding his special chicken.

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Tuatau taro = Taro time  by Layton-Monroe Johnson

Tuatau taro = Taro time

Layton-Monroe Johnson

Picture book

Do you know how to grow taro? Mama Kathy learned how to do it when she was growing up in the Cook Islands. Let's find out more!

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Oki akaou mai = Come back soon  by Kairone Ioane

Oki akaou mai = Come back soon

Kairone Ioane

Picture book

It's Kairone's first trip to the Cook Islands. Let's find out what he did there ... and a lesson he learned!

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Ra maketi i Raro = Market day in Raro  by O-Auri Rikona-Mateariki

Ra maketi i Raro = Market day in Raro

O-Auri Rikona-Mateariki

Picture book

Nana loved going to the market in Rarotonga when she was a child. Let's find out what she loved about it!

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Meitaki taau 'anga'anga, Nana! = Nice work, nana!  by Kairangi Ioane

Meitaki taau 'anga'anga, Nana! = Nice work, nana!

Kairangi Ioane

Picture book

When Nana was young she had to help the family prepare copra. Here's how they did it.

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Shaping Pacific place in Aotearoa New Zealand  by Tagaloatele Peggy Fairbairn-Dunlop

Shaping Pacific place in Aotearoa New Zealand

Tagaloatele Peggy Fairbairn-Dunlop

This collection of personal stories is a record of our Pacific histories in Aotearoa New Zealand from the mid-1940s to the present. The writers are twenty amazing people, including community practitioners, public servants, musicians, academics and...

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Big fat brown bitch  by Tusiata Avia

Big fat brown bitch

Tusiata Avia

"The Big Fat Brown Bitch runs, sleeps, cries, laughs, splits open. She is sitting in a garage in South Auckland with her two brothers and discussing the majestic architecture of atoms. She is playing an audio book of The Power of Positive Thinking at herself....

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An illustrated history of rugby rebels, role models and giant killers  by James Stafford

An illustrated history of rugby rebels, role models and giant killers

James Stafford

"Learn all about the players, characters and teams that shaped rugby and inspired millions. From 19th century innovators to 21st century superstars, the latest book in the Illustrated History of Rugby series examines players who overcame the odds to beat...

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Body ornaments of Malaita, Solomon Islands  by Ben Burt

Body ornaments of Malaita, Solomon Islands

Ben Burt

This book reviews the significance of body ornaments in Kwara'ae society and the history of their disappearance under the social transformation of colonial rule and Christian conversion. It describes the materials, techniques and relationships by which...

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Lupe ma le la'lau o le mango = Lupe and the mango tree  by Damien Tyrell

Lupe ma le la'lau o le mango = Lupe and the mango tree

Damien Tyrell

Picture book

O le aso fanau o le latou tuagane pepemeamea. O Lupe ma Kitiona o lo,o taena,i mago mai le mago a le tina o le tina o Lona tina. Peita,i, ua fa,afuase,i ona pogisā le lagi, ua amata ona agi mālosi le matagi ma pāpā mamo mai faititili. O le ,afā ua lata mai, ma...

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The Samoa Islands  by Augustin Krämer

The Samoa Islands

Augustin Krämer

Volume I gives an account of Kramer's 1897-1899 sojourn and includes original documents containing fa'alupega (ceremonial greetings) and gafa (genealogical pedigrees). Volume II covers the ethnography of Samoa and includes chapters on traditional art forms...

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My cousin is a chief in Samoa  by Johannes Langkilde

My cousin is a chief in Samoa

Johannes Langkilde

"Journalist Johannes Langkilde grew up in cold, windswept Denmark hearing stories of faraway relatives on the tropical islands of Samoa, one of them a real live chief! A thrilling tale, but obviously too good to be true - or so he thought. Years later, while...

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Polynesian tattoos  by Roberto Gemori

Polynesian tattoos

Roberto Gemori

"The beauty and depth of Polynesian art is particularly notable in the tradition of Polynesian tattooing, which has existed more than two thousand years. While tattoos can indicate one's status in society and one's genealogy, Polynesian tattooing is also...

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Voyagers  by Nicholas Thomas

Voyagers

Nicholas Thomas

"The islands of Polynesia, Melanesia, and Micronesia stretch across thousands of miles of ocean and encompass a multitude of different peoples. Starting with Captain James Cook, the earliest European explorers to visit the Pacific were astounded and perplexed...

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Fiji  by Tarisi Sorovi-Vunidilo

Fiji

Tarisi Sorovi-Vunidilo

"The islands of Fiji are full of rich history and culture. Describes the history, customs, geography, and culture of the people who live there, and provides authentic vocabulary words for an immersive experience. Includes a glossary, index, and bibliography...

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Paea spies  by Dahlia Malaeulu

Paea spies

Dahlia Malaeulu

Picture book

Uses the "I spy with my little eye" game to introduce colours in Tongan. Based on the first Mila's My Gagana Series (2019), these dual language stories allow readers to safely explore the target language, develop understanding and cultural confidence. The...

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Wot knot you got?  by Selina Tusitala Marsh

Wot knot you got?

Selina Tusitala Marsh

"'What do you do if nothing is right - not at home, at school, anywhere?''What if people don't like me?''What if your own ideas stink?'' How do I hug my dad?' One morning, Selina wakes up with a twisting, tangling, knotty problem. It takes over everyone and...

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Healthy eating with Pacific plants!  by Vittoria Pasca

Healthy eating with Pacific plants!

Vittoria Pasca

This is the second Cookbook by award-winning nutritionist Vittoria Pasca. It's a guide to healthier, more nutritious daily menus. Following an explanation on balance meal planning, you'll find 50 colourful and delicious recipes that will help you put all the...

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Polynesia  by David Zurick

Polynesia

David Zurick

"The expansive blues of the water, lush greens of the vegetation, and bright shades of a rich and active cultural life make David Zurick's images in this collection a visual feast. His Polynesia photographs extol the marvels of a magnificent part of the globe...

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Shining a light  by Veeda Bybee

Shining a light

Veeda Bybee

"A collective biography of 40 influential Asian Americans and Pacific Islanders, from Kalpana Chawla to The Rock to Tammy Duckworth, whose historical contributions readers may not know but whose light shines on, with stunning illustrated portraits by Hugo...

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Of love and war  by Angela Wanhalla

Of love and war

Angela Wanhalla

"Between 1942 and 1945 more than two million servicemen occupied the southern Pacific theater, the majority of whom were Americans in service with the U.S. Army, Navy, Air Force, and Marines. During the occupation, American servicemen married approximately...

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The past before us

The past before us

"The title of the book, The Past Before Us, refers to the importance of ka wā mamua or "the time in front" in Hawaiian thinking. In this collection of essays, eleven Kanana 'Ōiwi (Native Hawaiian) scholars honour their mo'okū'auhau (genealogical lineage) by...

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An indigenous ocean  by Damon Ieremia Salesa

An indigenous ocean

Damon Ieremia Salesa

"Histories of our Pacific world are richly rendered in these essays by Damon Salesa. From the first Indigenous civilisations that flourished in Oceania to the colonial encounters of the nineteenth century, and on to the complex contemporary relationships...

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Cries from the Moana  by ʼAtu Emberson-Bain

Cries from the Moana

ʼAtu Emberson-Bain

"Follow the magical story of Mahina and Tahi who are unexpectedly chosen by their village elders one day for a special mission. Their journey takes them across the Pacific Ocean in search of a secret passage, then all the way down to the ocean floor... Along...

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Tales of Polynesia

Tales of Polynesia

"A woman falls in love with the king of the sharks. Two powerful sorcerers compete in a battle of magical wits. The king of Maui's fastest messenger races to bring a young woman back from the dead. Explore the enchanting folklore of the Polynesian islands. In...

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My place, Cook Islands  by Jill MacGregor

My place, Cook Islands

Jill MacGregor

A young girl describes her life living in Aitutaki. Includes facts about the Cook Islands and a map of the different islands.

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My place, Samoa  by Jill MacGregor

My place, Samoa

Jill MacGregor

A young boy describes his life living in Samoa, in the village of Lefaga on Upolu. Includes facts about Samoa and a map.

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My place, Niue  by Jill MacGregor

My place, Niue

Jill MacGregor

A young boy describes his life living in Niue, in the village of Mutalau. Includes facts about Niue and a map.

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Ko Hui e whakahoa = Hui shares  by Dahlia Malaeulu

Ko Hui e whakahoa = Hui shares

Dahlia Malaeulu

Picture book

Hui teaches us the days of the week in Tokelauan while sharing with others. Includes two stories in one book - Hui Shares provides language learning supports and Ko Hui e fakahoa is the Tokelauan translation. My Pasifika Series are picture books that provide...

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Te potu o Pene = Pene's room  by Dahlia Malaeulu

Te potu o Pene = Pene's room

Dahlia Malaeulu

Picture book

Pene teaches us how to count in Tokelauan while cleaning up his bedroom. Includes two stories in one book - Pene's Room provides language learning supports and Te Potu o Pene is the Tokelauan translation. The Mila's My Pasifika Series are picture books that...

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Na mea na kitea e Tealo  = Tealo spies  by Dahlia Malaeulu

Na mea na kitea e Tealo = Tealo spies

Dahlia Malaeulu

Picture book

Tealo teaches us colours in Tokelauan while playing a fun game of 'I spy'. Includes two stories in one book - Tealoa Spies provides language learning supports and Na mea na kitea e Tealo is the Tongan translation. My Pasifika Series are picture books that...

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Top 10 Honolulu and O'ahu  by Lisa Voormeij

Top 10 Honolulu and O'ahu

Lisa Voormeij

"Home to Hawaii's vibrant capital, Honolulu, the island of O'ahu also offers natural beauty in abundance think turquoise coves, palm shaded beaches and cascading waterfalls. Make the most of your trip to this tropical paradise with DK Eyewitness Top...

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Foaki e Moka =  Moka shares  by Dahlia Malaeulu

Foaki e Moka = Moka shares

Dahlia Malaeulu

Picture book

Moka teaches us the days of the week in Niuean while sharing with others. Includes two stories in one book - Moka Shares provides language learning supports and Foaki e Moka is the Niuean translation. The Mila's My Pasifika Series are picture books that...

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Ko e pokomohe ha Tule = Tule's Room  by Dahlia Malaeulu

Ko e pokomohe ha Tule = Tule's Room

Dahlia Malaeulu

Picture book

Tule teaches us how to count in Niuean while cleaning up his bedroom. Includes two stories in one book - Tule's Room provides language learning supports and Ko e Poko mohe ha Tule is the Niuean translation of Tule's Room.

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Kitia e Mele = Mele spies  by Dahlia Malaeulu

Kitia e Mele = Mele spies

Dahlia Malaeulu

Picture book

Mele teaches us colours in Niuean while playing a fun game of 'I spy'. Includes two stories in one book - Mele Spies provides language learning supports and Kitia e Mele is the Niuean translation. The Mila's My Pasifika Series are picture books that provide...

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Ko e loto fevahevaheʻaki ʻa ʻOfa = Ofa shares  by Dahlia Malaeulu

Ko e loto fevahevaheʻaki ʻa ʻOfa = Ofa shares

Dahlia Malaeulu

Picture book

'Ofa loves to share with everyone! 'Ofa teaches us the days of the week in Tongan while showing us how to share with others. Includes two stories in one book - 'Ofa Shares, provides scaffolded language supports while, Ko e loto fevahevahe'aki 'a 'Ofa, is the...

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Pacific arts Aotearoa

Pacific arts Aotearoa

"The powerful and dynamic legacy of Pacific arts in Aotearoa, as told by the artists themselves. Pacific Arts Aotearoa tells the dynamic and powerful story of Pacific arts in Aotearoa New Zealand. This comprehensive account spans six decades of...

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South Pacific phrasebook  by author Te 'Atamira

South Pacific phrasebook

author Te 'Atamira

Lonely Planet's South Pacific Phrasebook is your handy passport to culturally enriching travels with the most relevant and useful Spanish phrases and vocabulary for all your travel needs. Chat over dinner with a local family in Fiji, understand the hula in...

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Those magnificent voyagers of the Pacific  by Andrew Crowe

Those magnificent voyagers of the Pacific

Andrew Crowe

"This epic story begins 5000 years ago, when the ancestors of Polynesians discovered ways to 'see' over the horizon to find and settle new islands. As their landfinding skills grew, these people took ever bigger strides across the vast Pacific until they...

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A brief history of the Pacific  by Jeremy Black

A brief history of the Pacific

Jeremy Black

"This brilliantly concise history of the Pacific Ocean nevertheless succeeds in examining both the indigenous presence on ocean's islands and Western control or influence over the its islands and shores. There is a particular focus on the period from the 1530s...

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Frommer's Hawaii 2024  by Jeanne Cooper

Frommer's Hawaii 2024

Jeanne Cooper

Comprehensive and fully updated, Frommer's Hawaii covers all the major Hawaiian Islands, and takes you from world-famous beaches to secluded rain-forests to authentic luaus and everywhere in between.Frommer's only works with expert, seasoned journalists, and...

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Places of historical and cultural significance in Rarotonga, Cook Islands  by C A. Tucker

Places of historical and cultural significance in Rarotonga, Cook Islands

C A. Tucker

Picture-perfect images of enticing tropical lagoons, and coconut palm-rimmed beaches, set against a rugged and majestic mountainous backdrop: an understandably huge drawcard for visitors to Rarotonga! What many travellers to these shores are unaware of are...

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Tama Pasifika wellbeing journal  by Mani Malaeulu

Tama Pasifika wellbeing journal

Mani Malaeulu

"The Tama Pasifika Wellbeing Journal is designed to help our tama Pasfika connect back to themselves, strengthen their talanoa skills and learn how to heal along their wellbeing journey. The Tama Pasifika Wellbeing Journal is a culturally safe space for our...

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ʻOtou mäeva, ʻotou fatu, otou hanisi = My memories, my heart, my love  by Fesaitu Solomone

ʻOtou mäeva, ʻotou fatu, otou hanisi = My memories, my heart, my love

Fesaitu Solomone

"ʻOtou hanue ta Rotuma fū ʻe Not-Ues ne Suva la hḁitḁuḁg ma kilomitā 640 - 12 degrees ʻe saut ne equator ʻe farfar ne hanuḁ ma ʻḁtmot ne hat se Polynesia. Famör ne noh ʻe ʻḁtmot ta hḁitḁuḁg ma 1500, ka maʻoi seʻ famör Rotuḁm ne noh ʻe hanuḁ tūtū ne rån teʻ....

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Tupaia, Captain Cook and the voyage of the Endeavour

Tupaia, Captain Cook and the voyage of the Endeavour

"Centering Tupaia and Pacific worldviews, this book weaves a new set of cultural histories in the Pacific between local islanders and the crew of the Endeavour on James Cook's first 'voyage of discovery' (1768-1771). This book revisits material collections...

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Always song in the water  by Gregory O'Brien

Always song in the water

Gregory O'Brien

Always song in the water is an imaginative exploration of Aotearoa's oceanic environment. This is the new, expanded edition of the now out-of-print 2019 book of the same title. The new exhibition and its accompanying book celebrates-in images, words and...

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Ko te fagatuaga hili ia i te lalolagi! = Best wrestling match in the world  by Tuipagai Pulu

Ko te fagatuaga hili ia i te lalolagi! = Best wrestling match in the world

Tuipagai Pulu

"Mala is a great wrestler who lived in Fakaofo. But the people of the village are mean to him. One day a giant shark turns up. Can Mala save the village with his wrestling skills?"--Back cover.

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The ulumate project  by Daren Kamali

The ulumate project

Daren Kamali

The Ulumate Project features objects and images created by Na Tolu over recent years reflecting the important making practices of iTaukei. This body of work responds to and re-poses objects and historic images from museum and research collections, to ensure...

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Ko e loki 'o Tevita = Tevita's room  by Dahlia Malaeulu

Ko e loki 'o Tevita = Tevita's room

Dahlia Malaeulu

Picture book

"Tevita teaches us how to count in Tongan while taking us on his journey of cleaning up his bedroom. Includes two stories in one book - Tevita's Room provides scaffolded language learning supports while Loki 'o Tevita is the Tongan translation of Tevita's...

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Ko hai eni? = Who is this?  by Sandra Fatu Nu'u

Ko hai eni? = Who is this?

Sandra Fatu Nu'u

A bilingual book encouraging the use of every day Tongan language, helping readers to teach themselves by using simple English translations to assist.

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Vei's vanilla ice cream  by Jill MacGregor

Vei's vanilla ice cream

Jill MacGregor

A young girl from Vaini on the island of Tongatapu in Tonga helps to harvest and process vanilla beans. Includes recipe for making vanilla ice cream without a freezer.

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Fijian phrasebook & dictionary.

Fijian phrasebook & dictionary.

"Lonely Planet's Fijian Phrasebook and Dictionary is your handy passport to culturally enriching travels with the most relevant and useful Fijian phrases and vocabulary for all your travel needs. Book hikes along inland trails and order local cuisine with ease...

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Creatures  by Ahurewa Kahukura

Creatures

Ahurewa Kahukura

Picture book

Introduces the Tongan words for different kinds of animals.

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What boys wear  by Ahurewa Kahukura

What boys wear

Ahurewa Kahukura

Picture book

Introduces some Tongan words to do with men's clothing.

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Learning faces in Tongan and English. by Ahurewa. author. Kahukura

Learning faces in Tongan and English.

Ahurewa. author. Kahukura

Picture book

Introduces the Tongan words for parts of the face.

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Chile & Rapa Nui (Easter Island)  by Isabel Albiston

Chile & Rapa Nui (Easter Island)

Isabel Albiston

"Lonely Planet's Chile and Rapa Nui (Easter Island) is our most comprehensive guide that extensively covers all the country has to offer, with recommendations for both popular and lesser-known experiences. Hike through winding forests to the mountain spires of...

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Tahiti & French Polynesia  by Celeste Brash

Tahiti & French Polynesia

Celeste Brash

"Lonely Planet's Tahiti and French Polynesia is our most comprehensive guide that extensively covers all the region has to offer, with recommendations for both popular and lesser-known experiences. Swim in the sparklingly clear waters, hike to waterfalls, dive...

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Fiji  by Anirban Mahapatra

Fiji

Anirban Mahapatra

"Lonely Planet's Fiji is our most comprehensive guide that extensively covers all the country has to offer, with recommendations for both popular and lesser-known experiences. Say bula to the locals at a dance ceremony; trek to hidden waterfalls on 'Garden...

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The last resort  by Sarah Stodola

The last resort

Sarah Stodola

"With its promise of escape from the strains of everyday life, the beach has a hold on the popular imagination as the ultimate paradise. In The Last Resort, Sarah Stodola dives into the psyche of the beachgoer and gets to the heart of what drives humans to...

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The birth of Polynesia  by David Burley

The birth of Polynesia

David Burley

The "Birth of Polynesia" provides an archaeological narrative of the first people to settle in Polynesia in the Kingdom of Tonga, and the ensuing expansion from the founder settlement on Tongatapu northward through a myriad of islands to Sāmoa and beyond. It...

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O le Tusi paia

O le Tusi paia

This Large Bible has a new stylish black cover, with embossed front Cover.

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A canoe before the wind  by Vitale Lafaele

A canoe before the wind

Vitale Lafaele

"In 1962, a Sāmoan family journeyed to New Zealand - a country immigrants once called 'the land of milk and honey' - in search of a better life. Instead, their eldest son, Vitale, arrived in an era of dawn raids by police and immigration officials, and endless...

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Au e manako = I like to  by Sandra Fatu Nu'u

Au e manako = I like to

Sandra Fatu Nu'u

A bilingual book encouraging the use of every day Tuvalu language, helping readers to teach themselves by using simple English translations to assist.

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Sea te mea tafao tenei? = What toy is this?  by Sandra Fatu Nu'u

Sea te mea tafao tenei? = What toy is this?

Sandra Fatu Nu'u

A bilingual book encouraging the use of every day Tuvalu language, helping readers to teach themselves by using simple English translations to assist.

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Sea te meakai tenei? = What food is this?  by Sandra Fatu Nu'u

Sea te meakai tenei? = What food is this?

Sandra Fatu Nu'u

A bilingual book encouraging the use of every day Tuvalu language, helping readers to teach themselves by using simple English translations to assist.

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Na iyaya ni vakatatalo cava oqo? = What toy is this?  by Sandra Fatu Nu'u

Na iyaya ni vakatatalo cava oqo? = What toy is this?

Sandra Fatu Nu'u

A bilingual book encouraging the use of every day Fiji language, helping readers to teach themselves by using simple English translations to assist.

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O cei oqo? = Who is this?  by Sandra Fatu Nu'u

O cei oqo? = Who is this?

Sandra Fatu Nu'u

A bilingual book encouraging the use of every day Fiji language, helping readers to teach themselves by using simple English translations to assist.

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Koe ha 'ae me'akai koeni? = What food is this?  by Sandra Fatu Nu'u

Koe ha 'ae me'akai koeni? = What food is this?

Sandra Fatu Nu'u

A bilingual book encouraging the use of every day Tongan language, helping readers to teach themselves by using simple English translations to assist.

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Koe hā 'ae me'a va'inga koe ni'? = What toy is this?  by Sandra Fatu Nu'u

Koe hā 'ae me'a va'inga koe ni'? = What toy is this?

Sandra Fatu Nu'u

A bilingual book encouraging the use of every day Tongan language, helping readers to teach themselves by using simple English translations to assist.

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Ko he meakai a tenei? = What food is this?  by Sandra Fatu Nu'u

Ko he meakai a tenei? = What food is this?

Sandra Fatu Nu'u

A bilingual book encouraging the use of every day Tokelau language, helping readers to teach themselves by using simple English translations to assist.

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He mea tafaoga vehea tenei? = What toy is this?  by Sandra Fatu Nu'u

He mea tafaoga vehea tenei? = What toy is this?

Sandra Fatu Nu'u

A bilingual book encouraging the use of every day Tokelau language, helping readers to teach themselves by using simple English translations to assist.

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'Oku ou sai'ia keu = I like to...  by Sandra Fatu Nu'u

'Oku ou sai'ia keu = I like to...

Sandra Fatu Nu'u

A bilingual book encouraging the use of every day Tongan language, helping readers to teach themselves by using simple English translations to assist.

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Au taleitaka na-- by Sandra Fatu Nu'u

Au taleitaka na--

Sandra Fatu Nu'u

A bilingual book encouraging the use of every day Tuvalu language, helping readers to teach themselves by using simple English translations to assist.

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Our place, Tonga  by Jill MacGregor

Our place, Tonga

Jill MacGregor

Two young girls describe their lives living in Tonga, on the island of Tongatapu. Pina and Pepe and their friends celebrate important days in the village and learn to weave and paint tapa. Includes facts about Tonga and a map.

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Tahiti & French Polynesia  by Chantae Reden

Tahiti & French Polynesia

Chantae Reden

Inside you'll find: Flexible itineraries for solo travellers, honeymooners, and families, including two weeks experiencing the best of French Polynesia, a weeklong romantic getaway, and a trip to the awe-inspiring archaeological sites of the Marquesas Islands...

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Dawn raid  by Pauline Vaeluaga Smith

Dawn raid

Pauline Vaeluaga Smith

"You're having an amazing family holiday, one where everyone is there and all eighteen of you are squeezed into one house. Fast forward to 4 o'clock in the morning, and there's banging and yelling and screaming. The police are in the house, pulling people out...

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Ko hai a e? = Who is this?  by Sandra Fatu Nu'u

Ko hai a e? = Who is this?

Sandra Fatu Nu'u

A bilingual series encouraging the use of every day Niuean language, helping readers to teach themselves by using simple English translations to assist.

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Ko oi tenei? =  Who is this?  by Sandra. author. Fatu Nu'u

Ko oi tenei? = Who is this?

Sandra. author. Fatu Nu'u

A bilingual book encouraging the use of every day Tuvalu language, helping readers to teach themselves by using simple English translations to assist.

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Yaca vakaviti ni ika  by Tarisi Sorovi-Vunidilo

Yaca vakaviti ni ika

Tarisi Sorovi-Vunidilo

Names of marine animals in Fijian.

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Rarotonga  by Karen McMillan

Rarotonga

Karen McMillan

"Kiri, Jed and twins Emma and Ethan frequently journey on 'elastic island', a unique way to travel that sends them pinging across the ocean to a variety of tropical destinations. This time, they travel with Blong the Cat and Heathcliff the Dog to beautiful...

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40 years behind bars  by Jack Cooper

40 years behind bars

Jack Cooper

"40 Years Behind Bars is the stories of Jack Cooper, Trader Jack, an uncouth and charismatic restaurateur who made the Cook Islands his home. Born in Wellington, New Zealand from a long line of publicans, Jack cut his teeth in pubs across the country. Quickly...

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