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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Te tāpapa nei nōte aere i te Āpii

Abel Junior Tutagalevao

Picture book

This book was created to be fun and exciting to help Tongan children prepare for school every morning. The book is in Lea faka-Tonga. It is aligned with Te Whariki: He Whariki Matauranga mo nga Mokopuna o Aotearoa/Early Childhood Curriculum and with The...

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Night of the dance = Pō o te 'ura : a Cook Islands legend

David Riley

Book

"Koromaūariki had a close relationship with his dad, the legendary superhero, Tinirau. But there was one thing that bothered him. Sometimes Tinirau would wake up in the middle of the night, go outside... and disappear for three days. When he came home...

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Tapa of love = Tapa ō te 'inangaro : a Cook Islands legend

David Riley

Book

"Ina is a Cook Islands heroine and superhero, famous throughout Oceania for her mighty deeds. In this story, Ina faces the biggest challenge of her life. Is it a human-eating giant? No. A tree-crushing cyclone? Kā'ore. Then it must be an island-flood...

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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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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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