Auckland Libraries: Cook Island Māori new titles

Cook Island Māori new titles

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Discover the latest Cook Island Māori language books. This list updates when we add new titles to the collection.

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Keila ʻē Leilani

Lisa Fuemana-Foaʼi

Book

Introduces twins who may look the same but don't always like the same things. Suggested level: junior.

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Tauraki Superstars

performer Tauraki Superstars

Music CD

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Kātini

Maria Samuela

Book

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. Suggested level: primary, intermediate.

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Kai = Food

Carolyn Collis

Book

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Nga mero o te kopapa = Parts of the body

Book

A reader in Rarotongan and English naming the parts of the body.

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Te 'Ei Ma'uke

Yvonne J. Underhill-Sem

Book

"Small islands in the eastern Pacific are often thought of as 'out-of-the-way'. Not many people live there, transportation is infrequent and costly and it is hard to imagine that they are important to others beyond immediate famiy, friends and touris...

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Te au kara = Colours

Book

A reader in Rarotongan and English providing a simple introduction to colour.

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Numero = Numbers

Book

A reader in Rarotongan and English counting numbers 1 to 10.

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I roto i toku ngutu'are = Inside my home

Book

A reader in Rarotongan and English about the rooms inside your house.

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