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Kia pōturi te haere  by Pam Holden

Kia pōturi te haere

Pam Holden

Book

"The boy in this story is always busy riding on all sorts of things. He likes to go very fast, and his big sister gets worried. She thinks he will crash!"--Publisher's description.

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Poihau wera  by Pam Holden

Poihau wera

Pam Holden

Book

"Have you ever seen big balloons taking people for a ride? Look at these hot air balloons flying up in the sky. The look like all kinds of different things."--Publisher's description.

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E hia ki a au?  by Pam Holden

E hia ki a au?

Pam Holden

Book

"Can you count all the parts of your body? How many fingernails have you got? How many knuckles are on your hands? What are the parts of your body called?"--Publisher's description.

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Te matapae huarere  by Pam Holden

Te matapae huarere

Pam Holden

Book

"This robot came to visit the young boy. The robot had never been outside before. He saw things that he had never ever seen. He asked lots of questions about the weather. Can you read his questions with the robot's voice?"--Publisher's description.

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Mīhini nui  by Diana Freeman

Mīhini nui

Diana Freeman

Book

"When we make new roads, we need machines to help us. When we build new schools and houses, we need machines. They do work that is too hard for us. Some machines help to load ships and lift heavy things. Some machines move earth and rocks."--Publishe...

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Ngā kaihōrapa o rarowhenua  by Pam Holden

Ngā kaihōrapa o rarowhenua

Pam Holden

Book

"Do you know about things that are under the ground? People who have been exploring have found valuable things like diamonds and silver. Explorers have found useful things like oil under the ground. What else?"--Publisher's description.

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E hia ōu tau?  by Pam Holden

E hia ōu tau?

Pam Holden

Book

"How old are you? Do you know someone who is very old? Who is very young? How old are your friends? How old are the other people in your family? How old will you be when you have your next birthday? "--Publisher's description.

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Poihau uenuku  by Pam Holden

Poihau uenuku

Pam Holden

Book

"Do you like blowing up balloons? What happens if you blow too much? Look at all the different balloons. What will the children do with so many balloons?"--Publisher's description.

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He puia  by Julie Ellis

He puia

Julie Ellis

Book

"A volcano is a mountain that erupts - it explodes! Hot, melted rock called lava blows out of the top. It runs down the side of the mountain. The volcano shoots out steam and smoke and ash. It is dangerous for people and animals. Hot lava can cover farms...

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He Whakaputanga  by Alison Condon

He Whakaputanga

Alison Condon

Book

"Big changes are coming for the indigenous people o Aotearoa New Zealand. Whalers and sealers, followed by more and more settlers, are arriving in the land. Māori are quick to see opportunities for trade, but there are problems. Europeans want land and...

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Te Puna Waiora  by Donna Campbell

Te Puna Waiora

Donna Campbell

Book

Raranga, the Maori art of weaving, is deeply bound with the customs and protocols of te ao Maori. The weavers of Te Kahui Whiritoi are considered to be the most accomplished of all Maori weavers, and are of great significance to the art history of Aotearoa...

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Ngā momo makawe  by Pam Holden

Ngā momo makawe

Pam Holden

Book

"People have different kinds of hair. What is your hair like? Is it straight or curly? What kind of hair do your friends have?"--Publisher's description.

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Kepapa Huarākau = Fruit Kebabs  by Alice Patrick

Kepapa Huarākau = Fruit Kebabs

Alice Patrick

Book

Learn how to make fruit kebabs from scratch.

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He aha taku āpōpō?  by Pam Holden

He aha taku āpōpō?

Pam Holden

Book

"What work would you like to do when you grow up? You could learn how to be a firefighter or a diver. You might like to be a vet or an acrobat. What would you like to be?"--Publisher's description.

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Te waka a tiare  by Pam Holden

Te waka a tiare

Pam Holden

Book

"Poor Charlie saw his boat sail away across the lake. It went into a little stream. Then it went into a bigger stream. Then it went into a little river. Little rivers get bigger as they go along, and big rivers go into the sea. What do you think happened...

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Ātārangi  by Pam Holden

Ātārangi

Pam Holden

Book

A young boy discovers that he is not the only one to have a shadow.

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Whakatipu mara  by Pam Holden

Whakatipu mara

Pam Holden

Book

"It is fun to grow a garden with flowers or vegetables. You can make a garden at home or at school. What will you do first? What tools will you need?"--Publisher's description.

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Pūkoro  by Pam Holden

Pūkoro

Pam Holden

Book

"We like pockets on our clothes. Have you got a pocket? What is in it? What else do we put in our pockets? What do adults pub it their pockets?"--Publisher's description.

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Nuku  by Qiane Matata-Sipu

Nuku

Qiane Matata-Sipu

Book

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Ngā Uru Tarata O Huatau  by Teariki Tuiono

Ngā Uru Tarata O Huatau

Teariki Tuiono

Book

The story of Ngā Uru Tarata O Huatau, a grove of lemonwood trees, significant to Ngāti Te Awa.

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Uenuku  by Teariki Tuiono

Uenuku

Teariki Tuiono

Book

A description of Uenuku, the rainbow god Ngāti Te Awa, ko Mātukūtureia and other landmarks of the Manukau Harbour.

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Kaiwhare  by Teariki Tuiono

Kaiwhare

Teariki Tuiono

Book

A description of Kaiwhare, orca and principal kaitiaki to Ngāti Te Awa. .

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Te Manurewa o Tamapahore  by Teariki Tuiono

Te Manurewa o Tamapahore

Teariki Tuiono

Book

A description of Tamapahore, his ancestors, including Huakaiwaka and Huatau, Mātukūtureia and other landmarks of the Manukau Harbour. This publication is part of a series of books and a compact disc telling the stories of Ngāti Te Awa which include b...

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Kāeaea  by Teariki Tuiono

Kāeaea

Teariki Tuiono

Book

A description of the kāeaea (also known as the karearea), the New Zealand falcon, guardian of Ngāti Te Awa. This is part of a series of books and a compact disc telling the stories of Ngāti Te Awa which include books, waiata, haka and art. It was ori...

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Nga ripo wai = Swirling waters : a Kerikeri anthology

Nga ripo wai = Swirling waters : a Kerikeri anthology

Book

"Kororipo Pa faces Stone Store across an inlet fringed with northern trees history looks different here ... This multi-genre anthology in te reo Maori and English explores the uneven terrain of Kerikeri and its history, from the pa to the store, from...

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Whai  by Nicole Titihuia Hawkins

Whai

Nicole Titihuia Hawkins

Book

"Nicole Titihuia Hawkins’ first collection, Whai, introduces the voice of a strong and assertive poet, who is unashamedly herself. With poems centred around whānau, mana wāhine, and love, Whai explores what it means to be Māori in a colonised space. ...

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Tattooed history  by Robert K. Paterson

Tattooed history

Robert K. Paterson

Book

Tattooed History: The Story of Mokomokai is the first book to comprehensively explore the history of these remarkable Maori ancestors. The elaborate facial markings (ta moko) of the Maori are well-known, but less so is the unique process of preserving...

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Kurangaituku  by Whiti Hereaka

Kurangaituku

Whiti Hereaka

Book

"In the void of time, Kurangaituku, the bird-woman, tells the story of her extraordinary Life - the birds who first sang her into being, the arrival of the Song Makers and the change they brought to her world, her life with the young man Hatupatu, and...

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Huia short stories. 14, Contemporary Māori fiction.

Huia short stories. 14, Contemporary Māori fiction.

Book

"These stories present the best writung from the Pikihuia Awards for Māori writers 2021. The authors are a mix of new writers and known authors. The stories they tell have characters that will stay with you, descriptions that evoke s trong sense of time...

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Marae  by Muru Walters

Marae

Muru Walters

Book

"Together the Walters spent three years visiting some of this country's major meetinghouses as well as many of the more humble ones - houses that serve smaller hapu and iwi - to bring together a beautiful photographic book on the meeting house. They ...

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Te pakanga a Ngāti Rānaki me Te Ranga-Tipua

Te pakanga a Ngāti Rānaki me Te Ranga-Tipua

Graphic novel

"Ngāti Rānaki me Te Ranga-Tipua - mai anō i te wehenga of Rangi rāua ko Papa ko rāua tonu ngā tauā tuahangata rongonui katoa - ka wera te umu pokapoka o te ao tukupū i tēnei pakanga turaki aorangi ... He kohinga nō ngā pakiwaituhi hirahira katoa i tēnei...

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Hine and the tohunga portal  by Ataria Sharman

Hine and the tohunga portal

Ataria Sharman

Book

"Hine and her brother, Hōhepa, unwittingly step through a portal into an ancient realm inhabited by Māori deities, Kea bird tribes, patupaiarehe (fairy people), moa and giant eagles. This world is in turmoil as evil sorcerer Kae has built a cursed army...

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Sweet dreams, sleep tight = Kia au te moe, kia reka te moemoea  by Robyn Kahukiwa

Sweet dreams, sleep tight = Kia au te moe, kia reka te moemoea

Robyn Kahukiwa

Picture book

A girl puts herself to sleep by having an imaginary dream.

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Twinkle twinkle Matariki = Tīrama, tīrama, Matariki  by Rebecca Larsen

Twinkle twinkle Matariki = Tīrama, tīrama, Matariki

Rebecca Larsen

Picture book

"Pūkeko, Kiwi and Hoiho want to fly very high. Join them as they blast off to explore the nine stars of Matariki"--Back cover.

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Native NZ  by Kate Muir

Native NZ

Kate Muir

Picture book

"Designed to help focus and calm your baby, this book of New Zealand birds creates the perfect opportunity for bonding, cuddles and story time"--Back cover.

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James & Isey

James & Isey

DVD

"James lives with his 99 year old mother Isey on their small farm in Kawakawa, Northland. They are descendants of Ngāti Manu - the Bird People. In their unique relationship, James has devoted the last 20 years to looking after his mum and bringing the...

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Living the treaty  by T. (Ted) Glynn

Living the treaty

T. (Ted) Glynn

Book

"Throughout this book the author reflects on stories of his own personal encounters with the Treaty of Waitangi in the context of education. The stories range over 70 years of meeting and working with Māori friends and colleagues in education, and, with...

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I waho, i te moana  by Yvonne Morrison

I waho, i te moana

Yvonne Morrison

Picture book

"Out in the moana, underneath the sparkling sun, lived a mother sea lion and her little pup one ... A playful retelling of the much-loved traditional story, Over in the Meadow. This companion title to Morrison's Down in the Forest features fascinating...

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The Raupō phrasebook of modern Māori  by Scotty Morrison

The Raupō phrasebook of modern Māori

Scotty Morrison

Book

The Raupo Phrasebook of Modern Maori is an up-to-date, versatile and relevant resource for anyone wanting to use the Maori language in everyday life.

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He Atua, he tangata  by A. W. (Alexander Wyclif) Reed

He Atua, he tangata

A. W. (Alexander Wyclif) Reed

Book

A fully revised edition of the authoritative work of Māori myths and legends. Esteemed editor Ross Calman (Ngati Raukawa, Ngati Toa, Kai Tahu) has further revised the Reed Book of Māori Mythology to blend story, source and commentary into a captivati...

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Koro  by Gavin Bishop

Koro

Gavin Bishop

Picture book

"A day with grandad showing ... the bond between grandfather and child: a small hand in a big one, big gumboots and little, some food, stories and a snooze to finish"--Publisher's website.

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Te kuia me te pūngāwerewere = the kuia and the spider  by Patricia Grace

Te kuia me te pūngāwerewere = the kuia and the spider

Patricia Grace

Book

"Who's best at weaving, the kuia or the spider? They decide to ask their grandchildren"--Publisher information.

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Te Tuna Wātakirihi me ngā tamariki o te Tiriti o Toa = Watercress Tuna and the children of Champion Street  by Patricia Grace

Te Tuna Wātakirihi me ngā tamariki o te Tiriti o Toa = Watercress Tuna and the children of Champion Street

Patricia Grace

Picture book

"Story about a magical eel that presents cultural treasures to a group of Māori, Pasifika and Pākehā children, who then use their gifts to enrich their neighbourhood... It celebrates diverse cultural heritage and the role of music and dance in bringing...

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The greatest haka festival on Earth  by Pania Tahau-Hodges

The greatest haka festival on Earth

Pania Tahau-Hodges

Book

"It's national kapa haka competition time again, and this Māori performing arts festival is a big event! It needs planning, tactics and dedication - and that's just for the people watching! Nan's a hardcore kapa haka follower, and she shows her mokopuna...

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Mokopuna Matatini  by Pania Tahau-Hodges

Mokopuna Matatini

Pania Tahau-Hodges

Book

"It's national kapa haka competition time again, and this Māori performing arts festival is a big event! It needs planning, tactics and dedication - and that's just for the people watching! Nan's a hardcore kapa haka follower, and she shows her mokopuna...

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Eye of the Taika  by Matthew Bannister

Eye of the Taika

Matthew Bannister

Book

"Eye of the Taika: New Zealand Comedy and the Films of Taika Waititi is the first book-length study of comic film director and media celebrity Taika Waititi. Author Matthew Bannister analyses Waititi's feature films and places his other works and...

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He pou hiringa

He pou hiringa

Book

"The creation of new science requires moving beyond simply understanding one another's perspectives. We need to find transformative spaces for knowledge exchange and progress.' Māori have a long history of innovation based on mātauranga and tikanga, ...

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The great Māori feast at Remuera  by Sue Cooper

The great Māori feast at Remuera

Sue Cooper

Book

About a hākari held on May 11th, 1844 in Remuera, Auckland. "The feast was a political response by Māori to demonstate mana to the growing settlement of Auckland and its impact on their customary rights. A primary reason for the feast was the need for...

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Shifting grounds  by Lucy Mackintosh

Shifting grounds

Lucy Mackintosh

Book

"In a city that has forgotten and erased much of its history, there are still places where traces of the past can be found. Deep histories, both natural and human, have been woven together over hundreds of years in places across Tamaki Makaurau / Auc...

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Blimmin' Koro! = Kātahi rā, e Koro e!  by Jill Bevan-Brown

Blimmin' Koro! = Kātahi rā, e Koro e!

Jill Bevan-Brown

Picture book

"Kotuku notices her grandfather is becoming forgetful. He hides things around the house. He has trouble walking and talking. Why is Koro sick? Step by step Kotuku and her whānau learn about dementia and help Koro and each other to adjust to the changes...

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Māui and the sun  by Jephson Gibbs

Māui and the sun

Jephson Gibbs

Book

The retelling of a tradiitonal tale, in which Māui uses magical powers to slow the movement of the sun. Sun and time gives information about the power of the sun and how time is measured.

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The forgotten coast  by Richard Shaw

The forgotten coast

Richard Shaw

Book

"In this deft memoir, Richard Shaw unpacks a generations-old family story he was never told: that his ancestors once farmed land in Taranaki which had been confiscated from its owners and sold to his great-grandfather, who had been with the Armed Con...

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Ngā tai whakarongorua, encounters  by Rebecca Rice

Ngā tai whakarongorua, encounters

Rebecca Rice

Book

The portrait wall in Toi Art, the art gallery within New Zealands national museum, Te Papa, is the most popular art exhibition for museum visitors. Hung salon-style on dark red walls, its 36 arresting portraits span historical portraiture to contempo...

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The secrets in the soil = Ngā kura huna ā-nuku  by Janet Bradbury

The secrets in the soil = Ngā kura huna ā-nuku

Janet Bradbury

Picture book

"The story is about Maisie who wants to grow a tomato plant, but when it doesn’t thrive, she turns to her neighbour who introduces Maisie to the secret of good gardening."--Author's website.

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Kelcy Taratoa  by Warren Feeney

Kelcy Taratoa

Warren Feeney

eBook

"Who Am I? is a question at the centre of what it is to be human and for artist Kelcy Taratoa (Ngai Te Rangi, Ngati Ranginui, Ngati Raukawa) it has formed the subject of his painting for two decades. Kelcy Taratoa: Who Am I ?... Episode 001 is a bili...

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Tikanga  by Keri author. Opai

Tikanga

Keri author. Opai

Book

The book we've all been needing for decades - a unique explanation of the Maori world for Pakeha, and for Maori people wishing to learn more about tikanga. With simple lucidity and great expertise, Keri Opai shares the spirit and meaning of what it is...

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Te kupenga

Te kupenga

Book

"Published to mark 150 years since the establishment of the famous Alexander Turnbull Library, one of New Zealand's great storehouses, this energetic, comprehensive book approaches the history of Aotearoa New Zealand through 101 remarkable objects. Each...

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Hei taonga mā ngā uri whakatipu = Treasures for the rising generation : The Dominion Museum ethnological expeditions 1919-1923

Hei taonga mā ngā uri whakatipu = Treasures for the rising generation : The Dominion Museum ethnological expeditions 1919-1923

Book

"From 1919 to 1923, at Sir Apirana Ngata's initiative, a team from the Dominion Museum travelled to tribal areas across Te Ika-a-Maui The North Island to record tikanga Maori (ancestral practices) that Ngata feared might be disappearing. These ethnog...

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A history of Queen's Redoubt & the invasion of the Waikato  by Ian Barton

A history of Queen's Redoubt & the invasion of the Waikato

Ian Barton

Book

"On 12 July 1863, British and colonial troops under the command of Lt. Gen. Duncan Cameron crossed Mangatāwhiri Stream, Waikato Māori's northern border, instigating the Waikato War. In order to do so they had amassed a vast infrastructure that includ...

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Voices from the New Zealand wars = he reo nō ngā pakanga o Aotearoa  by Vincent O'Malley

Voices from the New Zealand wars = he reo nō ngā pakanga o Aotearoa

Vincent O'Malley

Book

"Welcome to our story, this history. Wherever in the world the bones of your ancestors lie, wherever their ashes may have been dispersed, here you will find traces of them, and of yourself.... It is, of course, a story of colonisation and resistance -...

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There's a moa in the moonlight = He moa kei ro atarau  by Dawn author. McMillan

There's a moa in the moonlight = He moa kei ro atarau

Dawn author. McMillan

Picture book

Moa is munching melons in the moonlight, Laughing Owl hoots happily, Huia are eating grubs in the hibiscus tree ... and thats just the start as creatures that have disappeared from modern Aotearoa reappear and have fun in the night. On the heels of Theres...

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My Kiwi Christmas  by Donovan Bixley

My Kiwi Christmas

Donovan Bixley

Picture book

"From Santa (Ko Hana Koko) to Christmas Tree (Rakau Kirihimete), decorations (He Whakarakei) to dessert (He purini), come explore Christmas"--Publisher's website.

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Kia kaha  by Stacey Morrison

Kia kaha

Stacey Morrison

Book

A powerful illustrated storybook for the tamariki and rangatahi of Aotearoa New Zealand celebrating Maoritanga! KIA KAHA is a collection of true stories about amazing Māori who have achieved incredible things. Each of them blazed a trail in their own...

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Ka pai kiwi favourites

Ka pai kiwi favourites

Book

"Favourite and familiar songs with a Kiwi twist ... now in one bumper hardback compendium"--Publisher information.

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Whetū Toa and the hunt for Ramses  by Steph Matuku

Whetū Toa and the hunt for Ramses

Steph Matuku

Book

"Whetu is about to start school, and no one is happy. Not the chicken. Not the bull. Especially not Ramses the golden ram, who disappears. Tori the Cat guides Whetu on a rescue mission. They travel by starbeams to zany worlds and end up on a planet run...

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Atua  by Gavin Bishop

Atua

Gavin Bishop

Book

"Before the beginning there was nothing. No sound, no air, no colour: nothing. TE KORE, NOTHING. No one knows how long this nothing lasted because there was no time. However, in this great nothing there was a sense of waiting. Something was about to ...

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Polynesia 900-1600  by Madi Williams

Polynesia 900-1600

Madi Williams

Book

"This book provides a concise introduction to the history of South Polynesia during the period typically defined as the 'Middle Ages' by western historians, focusing on Aotearoa New Zealand, Rēkohu (Chatham Islands), and Rapa Nui (Easter Island). Written...

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Ko te rangatira o te awa  by Nicolette Parsons

Ko te rangatira o te awa

Nicolette Parsons

Picture book

"Sit along side your little one and share the delights as you meet Ernest and his friends... before being introduced to someone special in this delightful children’s picture book. At the end of the book, there displays a page of insects - to be found...

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Waiwhero  by Ngāhuia Murphy

Waiwhero

Ngāhuia Murphy

Book

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Let their light so shine : Volume 3

Let their light so shine : Volume 3

Book

"Let Their Light So Shine follows the growth of the Mormon Church from a 'fledgling New Zealand Church' to a 'Māori Church' and, finally, to becoming part of the global organisation The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. The recollections from...

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National identity  by Simon Bridges

National identity

Simon Bridges

Book

"An open, honest and at times intensely personal memoir about race, fatherhood, marriage, masculinity, fitting in, and the things that shape our national character. Simon Bridges grew up as the son of a working-class Baptist preacher in Te Atatu, as ...

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Mana whakatipu  by Mark Solomon

Mana whakatipu

Mark Solomon

Book

"In 1998, just as South Island iwi Ngāi Tahu was about to sign its Treaty of Waitangi settlement with the government, justice of sorts after seven generations of seeking redress, a former foundryman stepped into the pivotal role of kaiwhakahaere or chair...

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Protest!  by Mandy Hager

Protest!

Mandy Hager

Book

"A look at protest in New Zealand: what was it about, who did it and were they successful? Starting with Hone Heke and encompassing Parehaka to the land march, votes for women and the nuclear test ban. Culminating in the climate change marches."--Pub...

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He ringatoi o ngā tūpuna  by Hilary Mitchell

He ringatoi o ngā tūpuna

Hilary Mitchell

Book

"Isaac Coates was an Englishman who lived in Wellington and Nelson between 1841 and 1845. During that time he painted watercolour portraits of 58 Māori from Nelson, Marlborough, Wellington, Waikanae and Kapiti. Some of these portraits have been well-known...

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Te hipo huna  by Juliette MacIver

Te hipo huna

Juliette MacIver

Picture book

On a visit to Don's Safari, the students in class 2B attempt to find a missing hippopotamus.

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Falling into Rarohenga  by Steph Matuku

Falling into Rarohenga

Steph Matuku

Book

"It seems like an ordinary day when Tui and Kae, sixteen-year-old twins, get home from school - until they find their mother, Maia, has disappeared and a swirling vortex has opened up in her room. They are sucked into this portal and dragged down to ...

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He Kupu Taurangi  by Christopher Finlayson

He Kupu Taurangi

Christopher Finlayson

Book

"Between 2008 and 2017, an unprecedented number of Treaty of Waitangi settlements were completed with iwi and hapū across New Zealand. As Minister for Treaty of Waitangi Negotiations, Christopher Finlayson led this work on behalf of the Crown. In doing...

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The survival of Māori as a people  by Whatarangi Winiata

The survival of Māori as a people

Whatarangi Winiata

Book

"This collection brings together over forty years of thought and comment by Dr. Whatarangi Winiata on Māori spirituality, social development, education and political affairs. Each chapter discusses the importance and impact of Māori management of Māori...

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Kia haurua  by Pam Holden

Kia haurua

Pam Holden

Book

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He wera  by Pam Holden

He wera

Pam Holden

Book

He pai te nuinga o nga mea wera. Engari, me tupato tatou He aha ai? Kei te mohio koe ki etahi mea wera? Most hot things are good. But we have to be very careful when we are near hot things. Why? What hot stuff do you know about?

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Uprising  by Nic Low

Uprising

Nic Low

Book

"Armed with Ngai Tahu's ancient oral maps and modern satellite atlas, I crossed the Southern Alps more than a dozen times, trying to understand how our forebears saw the land. What did it mean to define your identity by sacred mountains, or actually see...

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Polynesia 900-1600  by Madi Williams

Polynesia 900-1600

Madi Williams

Book

This book provides a concise overview of the history of Polynesia, focusing on New Zealand and its outlying islands, during the period 900-1600. It provides a thematic examination of Polynesia to avoid placing the region's history into an inaccurate,...

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Ngā tamaiti rangatira

Ngā tamaiti rangatira

Book

"Ngā tamaiti rangatira is a collection of writing by young people from the Tipu Whare program at Panama Road School"--Back cover.

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