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Te Reo Māori: The Basics Explained draws on David Karena-Holmes' decades of experience teaching and writing about Māori language. Building on his previous works, this updated and expanded approach is an essential companion for speakers at any level.
A Māori phrase a day offers a simple, fun and practical entry into the Māori language. Presenting the most common, relevant and useful phrases today, A Māori Phrase a Day is the perfect way to continue your te reo journey!
Using records from the National Archives and first-hand interviews, No Māori Allowed looks at what happened at Pukekohe and the extent of racial intolerance across the country at this time.
Examines Māori cultural knowledge and traditional belief systems for healing and dealing with traumas in life on a personal level and within the community.
Francis and Kaiora Tipene aren't your typical funeral directors. With their famous humour and big-hearted personalities, the TVNZ and Netflix reality TV stars are changing the way we think about death and grief. Also available as an eBook.
This book has been developed over many years of working with rākau (plants). We can create the life we want. All we have to do is change some thoughts and let go of old beliefs that don't serve us. We are on a pathway to inner enlightenment.
A kaumatua reflects in poetry and prose, in te reo and English, on his journey from te ao Māori on the East Coast to contemporary Auckland. Ko te kopara anake e tarere ki te puihi o te makauri. Oti rawa! Kia oti rawa e!
Aotearoa New Zealand has a long legacy of activism. This illustrated book brings together the objects made by protesters to proclaim and symbolise their causes and their struggles. It is a vivid reflection of 250 years of resistance and persistence.
A light-hearted, fully-illustrated retro-style picture book with 60+ words and phrases for you to practise your Māori with your furry best friend. Suitable as a first introduction to Māori for learners of all ages.
This book examines and celebrates the long history of hei tiki and the enduring cultural potency of these taonga or cultural treasures. This book includes a large selection of hei tiki, most from the taonga Māori collections of Te Papa.
A simple, practical and engaging guide to using the Māori language in and around your workplace. Māori at Work offers phrases and tips for greetings and welcoming people, emails and letters, speeches and social media.
The story of James Cook, the British naval captain who was sent by his King George III to find and claim new lands in the southern hemisphere.
This book seeks to demystify decolonisation using illuminating, real-life examples. By exploring the impact of colonisation on Māori and non-Māori alike, Imagining Decolonisation presents a transformative vision of a country that is fairer for all.
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