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Young Kiwi Iti waits impatiently for his baby sister, Pīpī Kiwi, to hatch. Will she ever arrive? When will she be ready to play with him? His father Kiwi Nui explains to him that love takes time.
In this brilliant te reo Māori translation of Jeff Kinney's bestselling Diary of a Wimpy Kid by Heni Jacob, twelve-year-old hero Geoff Heffley is the Tama Hungoingoi (Wimpy Kid) of the title.
The second book in a children's series with more engaging and fun characters to enjoy with your tamariki. This book is written in te reo Māori.
Describes the different sounds made by animals and various objects. Translated into te reo Māori by Ruia Aperahama.
Māui, the great Pacific hero and trickster tells the stories from both long ago and recent times, the tales of some of the taonga held at Aotearoa New Zealand's famous national museum, Te Papa.
Māui, the great Pacific hero and trickster tells the stories from both long ago and recent times, the tales of some of the taonga held at Aotearoa New Zealand's famous national museum, Te Papa. Translated into te reo Māori by Stephanie Tibble.
Beginners Māori Language Picture Dictionary, for the whole family. Full of over 1000 basic words in te reo Māori and English, perfect for every New Zealander - translations in te reo Māori provided by Pania Papa.
A bilingual board book in Māori and English featuring various colours found in nature and the everyday objects around us. Part of a series.
E Rima Ngā Manu / Five Little Birds is a bilingual English and te reo Māori sing-a-long book for preschoolers. The lyrics are written by Loopy Tunes, a sister duo based in Christchurch that run interactive sessions for preschoolers and caregivers.
Ko wai te waewae kai kapua, te kōkō tatakī, te whanokē whakamāharo? Ko Kiwipihi! This book is written in te reo Māori.
As a wise teacher grows older, she encourages her students to learn from the example of famous ancestors with simple messages of days gone by, getting into nature, letting go of anger, anxiety and stress, and standing strong and tall.
Equips your whānau with the first words you need to speak te reo Māori at home together. With lively pictures, each page introduces the concepts and words kids use as they first begin to talk, get to know people and explore the world around them.
Depicts the natural treasures that may be found in a kauri forest. Spot the kiwi, the tuatara, the wētā and more - even the twinkling Matariki stars above the treetops. Translated into te reo Māori by Ngaere Roberts.
As Greg enters the new school year, he's eager to put the past three months behind him... and one event in particular. Unfortunately for Greg, his older brother Rodrick knows all about the incident. Translated into te reo Māori by Heni Jacobs.
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