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Pacific new titles

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​Check out the latest books on Pacific culture, society and customs for kids and adults. This list updates when we add new titles to our collection.

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Dr Tokilupe Taumoepeau  by David Riley

Dr Tokilupe Taumoepeau

David Riley

Book

"Dr Tokilupe Taumoepeau made history when she became New Zealand's first female vascular surgeon. This ... Tongan is helping open doors in health and medicine for young people with Pacific heritage - including her own family."--Back cover.

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Tongareva Five at their best by Tongareva Five (Musical group) performer

Tongareva Five at their best

Tongareva Five (Musical group) perf...

Music CD

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Stranded by Tika & Sons (Musical group) performer

Stranded

Tika & Sons (Musical group) perform...

Music CD

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Luna Bar, Rarotonga by Luna Boys (Musical group) performer

Luna Bar, Rarotonga

Luna Boys (Musical group) performer

Music CD

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Hiapo  by Cora-Allan Wickliffe

Hiapo

Cora-Allan Wickliffe

Book

Hiapo is the barkcloth of Niue, made from the ata (mulberry tree) and used at important events, such as a hair-cutting ceremony. The designs that embellish this fabric come from nature and the people of Niue, rich motifs of the environment and cultur...

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Colonizing madness  by Jacqueline Leckie

Colonizing madness

Jacqueline Leckie

Book

"Leckie tells a forgotten story of silence, suffering, and transgressions in the colonial Pacific. It offers new insights into a history of Fiji by entering the Pacific Islands' most enduring psychiatric institution--St Giles Psychiatric Hospital--es...

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Pepe togitogi  by Carmen Scanlan-Toti

Pepe togitogi

Carmen Scanlan-Toti

Book

It's fingerpainting time and Alisa comes up with a way to create an orange butterfly.

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Pepe lanu pulepule  by Carmen Scanlan-Toti

Pepe lanu pulepule

Carmen Scanlan-Toti

Picture book

It's fingerpainting time and Alisa comes up with a way to create an orange butterfly.

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Ko ira na Bebe tavukadiridiri  by Carmen Scanlan-Toti

Ko ira na Bebe tavukadiridiri

Carmen Scanlan-Toti

Picture book

It's fingerpainting time and Alisa comes up with a way to create an orange butterfly.

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Buster the Tongan dog goes exploring  by Mark Cooprider

Buster the Tongan dog goes exploring

Mark Cooprider

Picture book

"Buster the Tongan Dog Goes Exploring beautifully captures the setting and spirit of a Tongan outer island village. This book was inspired by author Mark Cooprider's time in the Pacific Island nation of Tonga as a Peace Corps volunteer. The story fol...

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The tuluma  by Jennifer Faraimo-Dakuna

The tuluma

Jennifer Faraimo-Dakuna

Book

"Tokelau is located 3,355 kilometers North, North East of Aotearoa, New Zealand. Historically and traditionally, Tokelau had four atolls. Fakaofo, Atafu, Nukunonu and Olohega. Today, Tokelau now only has three atolls. The Tuluma is based on a true story....

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From Fiji to Papua New Guinea & from Tuvalu to Vanuatu  by Ioannis Vasileiou

From Fiji to Papua New Guinea & from Tuvalu to Vanuatu

Ioannis Vasileiou

Book

"The relations between the European Union and the African, Caribbean and Pacific (ACP) states keep getting better and better over the years despite a number of unavoidable difficulties. In this book we methodically focus on the economic and trade profiles...

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Green hills and blue lagoons  by John Penisten

Green hills and blue lagoons

John Penisten

Book

"This is a reminiscence of life as a U.S. Peace Corps Volunteer in the Fiji Islands, South Pacific in 1968-69. These sketches describes the experiences , difficulties, and rewards of earning one's living in a foreign culture where one must learn to speak...

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Big bad Chief Lino  by L. Michelle Tago-Tu'itupou

Big bad Chief Lino

L. Michelle Tago-Tu'itupou

Book

"Kalei, Moani, Pua, and Nana have to find their own food while their parents are sick. This means walking past the creepy, rundown fale to get to their plantation. When Big Bad Chief Lino jumps out and scares them, they end up finding someone who wants...

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Aho fiafia ha Filipo  by Epi Swan

Aho fiafia ha Filipo

Epi Swan

Book

Describes Filipo's full-on day at ʻakoga kāmata. Suggested level: junior.

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Teine Sāmoa  by Dahlia Malaeulu

Teine Sāmoa

Dahlia Malaeulu

Book

"Teine Samoa means Samoan girl. It's a label that carries with it an unspoken duty to obey, serve and respect your family and Samoan culture. But who can be teine Samoa? When should you be teine Samoa? And how can you be teine Samoa outside of Samoa?...

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Mophead tu  by Selina Tusitala Marsh

Mophead tu

Selina Tusitala Marsh

Book

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The baker  by Reina Vaai

The baker

Reina Vaai

Picture book

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The inventor  by Reina Vaai

The inventor

Reina Vaai

Picture book

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The doctor  by Reina Vaai

The doctor

Reina Vaai

Book

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The detective  by Reina Vaai

The detective

Reina Vaai

Picture book

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Unbelievable pictures and facts about Fiji  by Olivia Greenwood

Unbelievable pictures and facts about Fiji

Olivia Greenwood

Book

In this book you will explore the wonderful world of Fiji, finding the answers to these questions and so many more. Complete with incredible pictures to keep even the youngest of children captivated, you will all embark on a little journey into the g...

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Ko e ngaahi malanga fa'ahita'u pekia   by Siupeli T. Taliai

Ko e ngaahi malanga fa'ahita'u pekia

Siupeli T. Taliai

Book

"This book includes a selection of sermons by Rev. Siupeli Taliai written during his long ministry, and commemorates the 60th anniversary of his ordination in Ha'apai Tonga, on 1st July 1960. It focuses on Easter themes and as a preacher, Siupeli had...

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The platform  by Melani Anae

The platform

Melani Anae

Book

"Recalls the radical activism of Auckland's Polynesian Panthers. In solidarity with the US Black Panther Party, the Polynesian Panthers was founded in response to the racist treatment of Pacific Islanders in the era of the Dawn Raids. Central to the ...

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Goddess muscle  by Karlo Mila

Goddess muscle

Karlo Mila

Book

This long-awaited poetry collection from award-winning Pasifika poet Karlo Mila spans work written over a decade. The poems are both personal and political. They trace the effect of defining issues such as racism, poverty, violence, climate change and...

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Tiseniko in Samoa  by June Allen

Tiseniko in Samoa

June Allen

Book

Tiseniko discovers things of interest about Samoa. There are facts learned in a story book way. Featuring: swimming with turtles, plastic danger to turtles, how an umu is prepared, popular food particularly breadfruit, R L Stevenson's house. Each page...

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Koe pepa ata he vagahau Niue  by Talalelei Belford-Misikopa

Koe pepa ata he vagahau Niue

Talalelei Belford-Misikopa

Book

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Tohi ata i lea fakatonga  by Talalelei Belford-Misikopa

Tohi ata i lea fakatonga

Talalelei Belford-Misikopa

Book

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O le a le ofu lea? = What item of clothing is this?  by Sandra Fatu Nu'u

O le a le ofu lea? = What item of clothing is this?

Sandra Fatu Nu'u

Book

"Pasefika Kids in Books aims to encourage the retention of Pasifika languages. Using rhyme, relevance & reading to encourage the use of fa'asamoa in our children's lives."--Publisher description.

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Sauni mo le aoga?  by Sandra Fatu Nu'u

Sauni mo le aoga?

Sandra Fatu Nu'u

Book

"Pasefika Kids in Books aims to encourage the retention of Pasifika languages. Using rhyme, relevance & reading to encourage the use of fa'asamoa in our children's lives."--Publisher description.

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O fea e nofo ai Samasoni?  by Sandra Fatu Nu'u

O fea e nofo ai Samasoni?

Sandra Fatu Nu'u

Book

"Pasefika Kids in Books aims to encourage the retention of Pasifika languages. Using rhyme, relevance & reading to encourage the use of fa'asamoa in our children's lives."--Publisher description.

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The magical gardens of Nukufetau = Fou mai tuaa o Nukufetau   by Alamai Manuella Sioni

The magical gardens of Nukufetau = Fou mai tuaa o Nukufetau

Alamai Manuella Sioni

Book

"A collection of myths and legends from Tuvalu islands were released this week in a series of books to mark Tuvalu Language Week. The eight bilingual books tell different stories from each of the eight islands of Tuvalu. The stories were reinterpreted...

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The legend of Tautunu from Vaitupu = Te tala o Tautunu mai Vaitupu  by Meli Kaveinga

The legend of Tautunu from Vaitupu = Te tala o Tautunu mai Vaitupu

Meli Kaveinga

Book

"A collection of myths and legends from Tuvalu islands were released this week in a series of books to mark Tuvalu Language Week. The eight bilingual books tell different stories from each of the eight islands of Tuvalu. The stories were reinterpreted...

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The savage coloniser book  by Tusiata Avia

The savage coloniser book

Tusiata Avia

Book

"Kneel like a prayer full of lynching / This is my God-given white" ‘Savage is as savage does. And we’re all implicated. Avia breaks the colonial lens wide open. We peer through its poetic shards and see a savage world – outside, inside. With charac...

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'Oku ou 'alu ki he ako

'Oku ou 'alu ki he ako

Book

A child gets ready for her first day of school.

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Fano au he aoga

Fano au he aoga

Book

A child gets ready for her first day of school.

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Te aere nei 'au ki te api'i

Te aere nei 'au ki te api'i

Book

A child gets ready for her first day of school.

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Ko au e fano ki te ākoga

Ko au e fano ki te ākoga

Book

A child gets ready for her first day of school.

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Au ko fano ki te akoga

Au ko fano ki te akoga

Book

A child gets ready for her first day of school.

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O le a ou alu i le aoga

O le a ou alu i le aoga

Book

A child gets ready for her first day of school.

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The rainmaker of Niutao = Te fakatooga vaiua o Niutao  by Alamai Manuella Sioni

The rainmaker of Niutao = Te fakatooga vaiua o Niutao

Alamai Manuella Sioni

Book

"A collection of myths and legends from Tuvalu islands were released this week in a series of books to mark Tuvalu Language Week. The eight bilingual books tell different stories from each of the eight islands of Tuvalu. The stories were reinterpreted...

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The tautiti and taumalo = Te tautiti mote taumalo  by Alamai Manuella Sioni

The tautiti and taumalo = Te tautiti mote taumalo

Alamai Manuella Sioni

Book

"A collection of myths and legends from Tuvalu islands were released this week in a series of books to mark Tuvalu Language Week. The eight bilingual books tell different stories from each of the eight islands of Tuvalu. The stories were reinterpreted...

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The taa of Nukulaelae = Te taa o Nukulaelae  by Alamai Manuella Sioni

The taa of Nukulaelae = Te taa o Nukulaelae

Alamai Manuella Sioni

Book

"A collection of myths and legends from Tuvalu islands were released this week in a series of books to mark Tuvalu Language Week. The eight bilingual books tell different stories from each of the eight islands of Tuvalu. The stories were reinterpreted...

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Nui's unique heritage = Nui iloga e kakateke  by Alamai Manuella Sioni

Nui's unique heritage = Nui iloga e kakateke

Alamai Manuella Sioni

Book

"A collection of myths and legends from Tuvalu islands were released this week in a series of books to mark Tuvalu Language Week. The eight bilingual books tell different stories from each of the eight islands of Tuvalu. The stories were reinterpreted...

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Matua Fakamoe of Nanumaga = Matua Fukamoe o Nanumaga  by Alamai Manuella Sioni

Matua Fakamoe of Nanumaga = Matua Fukamoe o Nanumaga

Alamai Manuella Sioni

Book

"A collection of myths and legends from Tuvalu islands were released this week in a series of books to mark Tuvalu Language Week. The eight bilingual books tell different stories from each of the eight islands of Tuvalu. The stories were reinterpreted...

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The Ili of Funafuti = Te ili o Funafuti  by Meliele Kaveinga

The Ili of Funafuti = Te ili o Funafuti

Meliele Kaveinga

Book

"A collection of myths and legends from Tuvalu islands were released this week in a series of books to mark Tuvalu Language Week. The eight bilingual books tell different stories from each of the eight islands of Tuvalu. The stories were reinterpreted...

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Niue heroes  by David Riley

Niue heroes

David Riley

Book

"Niue Heroes tells the inspirational stories of achievers who have Niuean ancestry. It includes legends like Laufoli, Mataginifale and Maui; historical figures such as Sir Robert Rex and Peniamina; and contemporary heroes like Che Fu and Dr Colin Tukuitoga....

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Sina and the magical eel  by Falefatu Enari

Sina and the magical eel

Falefatu Enari

Book

Sina And The Magical Eel - Polynesian Legends from Samoa retold by Reverend Falefatu Enari, inspired by Bettyheart Lototasi Enari. The sound waves of Sina's beauty flowed with the tides from the Islands of Samoa. The rippling effect of her beauty streamed...

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O fea lou isu? = Where is your nose?  by Annabel Piliu

O fea lou isu? = Where is your nose?

Annabel Piliu

Picture book

Mama helps Lavinia learn how to pronounce parts of her face in Samoan. A children's language book to assist parents and carers to teach simple phrase...

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O le a le lanu lenei? = What colour is this?  by Annabel Piliu

O le a le lanu lenei? = What colour is this?

Annabel Piliu

Picture book

Lavinia asks her family to teach her colours in the Samoan language and in the process, finds out what her favourite colour is. A children's language book to assist parents and carers to teach colours in the Samoan lanuage.

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False start in paradise  by Iaveta Short

False start in paradise

Iaveta Short

Book

"After sixty-five years under New Zealand control, the Cook Islands adopted the United Nations push for self-government which it achieved in 1965, led by the enigmatic Albert Henry. But the early promise was left unfulfilled as Henry, attempting to build...

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Te Baibara

Te Baibara

Book

This a version of the Bible for the people of Kiribati (formerly the Gilbert Islands: hence the name of the language of the text)

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Saints of Tonga  by Riley Moore Moffat

Saints of Tonga

Riley Moore Moffat

Book

"Tonga has by far the highest percentage of members of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints of any country in the world. How did this come to be? At first, missionary work in Tonga appeared to be a failure. Then after the mission was closed...

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Tuiga  by Amelia Haraguchi Brown

Tuiga

Amelia Haraguchi Brown

Book

The traditional headdress of Samoa. At one time only men wore this headdress. Now both Men and Women wear the headdress, at Ceremonies, Parties, and prestigious events. To me it was a blessing to learn this Art. While each Tuiga or headdress has a unique...

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Marbles and mangoes = Mapu moe mango  by Sione Tapani Mangisi

Marbles and mangoes = Mapu moe mango

Sione Tapani Mangisi

Book

"This is a dual English Tongan language book where Sione Tapani Mangisi shares some of his memories about growing up in Tonga in the nineteen fifties. His topic is marbles, a children's game popular when he was young. The book describes how games were...

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Fiji-baat  by Salvin Kumar

Fiji-baat

Salvin Kumar

Picture book

"Fiji-baat is the story of an 8-year old boy who is from Australia. He accompanies his mother on a trip to see his nana for Christmas. The young boy arrives in Fiji thinking that nana barely speak English but is surprised to learn the opposite. The g...

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Rise of the To'a!  by 'Alisi Tatafu

Rise of the To'a!

'Alisi Tatafu

Book

Describes the culture behind the Tongan national rugby league team, Kau To'a, Mate Ma'a Tonga, MMT, and features profiles on each of the players. Also tells the fictional story of Toko, who overcomes his fears and grows in self confidence.

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Pasifika coastwatchers  by David Riley

Pasifika coastwatchers

David Riley

Book

"On Sunday 7 December 1941, Japanese fighter planes attacked American ships in Pearl Harbour, Hawaii. New Zealand, Australia, the United States and Britain declared war on Japan.And the Pasifika Coastwatchers leaped into action!Their job was to report...

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The artist and the whale = Fifine pulotu mo e tafuā  by David Riley

The artist and the whale = Fifine pulotu mo e tafuā

David Riley

Book

"Mataginifale is a Niue superhero with a difference. She isn't known for her super powers, but for her super creativity. One day she had an argument with a whale that tested her thinking skills too"--Back cover.

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How Tonga got its name = Ko e founga hono ma'u 'e Tonga 'a hono hingoa  by David Riley

How Tonga got its name = Ko e founga hono ma'u 'e Tonga 'a hono hingoa

David Riley

Book

"Maui threw his line and hook into the ocean. He felt the hook catch onto something huge and heavy. "Wow, it's beautiful!" Maui said. What amazing sight did Maui see in the ocean that day?"--Publisher description.

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Who stole my taro? = O ai na gaoia la'u talo?  by David Riley

Who stole my taro? = O ai na gaoia la'u talo?

David Riley

Book

"Taro is one of the most popular foods in Samoa. You can bake it and eat it with palusami. You can boil it and eat it with coconut cream. You can even fry it and make taro chips. But how did taro get to Samoa? Find out in Who stole my taro? – a Samoan...

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Ko kumā mo feke = The mouse and the octopus  by Lisala Halapua

Ko kumā mo feke = The mouse and the octopus

Lisala Halapua

Book

This picture book tells an old Tongan fable about a mischievous mouse and an unwitting octopus. An origin story, its illustrations take the reader from a Tongan forest to the edge of a fringing reef. The story is a parable to teach fishing lure design...

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Fisi'inaua 'i vaha - a Tongan migrant's way  by Siosifa Pole

Fisi'inaua 'i vaha - a Tongan migrant's way

Siosifa Pole

Book

"Rev Siosifa Pole highlights Tongan cultural and social concepts and explores how they relate to his experience as a minister in English language, New Zealand parish settings. He hopes the book will improve the understanding by other people of the Tongan...

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The letters of Robert Louis Stevenson  by Robert Louis Stevenson

The letters of Robert Louis Stevenson

Robert Louis Stevenson

Book

Robert Louis Stevenson, long recognized as a master storyteller and essayist, was also a prolific letter writer. His letters, some 2800 pieces of correspondence, have been published in eight volumes. Volume VII covers the period from September 1890 to...

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Aggie Grey of Samoa  by Hamilton Nelson Eustis

Aggie Grey of Samoa

Hamilton Nelson Eustis

Book

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Maan ni koroboki ni Kiribati = Kiribati alphabet

Maan ni koroboki ni Kiribati = Kiribati alphabet

Picture book

An introduction to the alphabet written in Gilbertese and English.

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Waare ni Kiribati = Kiribati numbers

Waare ni Kiribati = Kiribati numbers

Picture book

An introduction to numbers written in Gilbertese and English.

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Maata n te taetae ni Kiribati = Kiribati colours

Maata n te taetae ni Kiribati = Kiribati colours

Picture book

An introduction to colours written in Gilbertese and English.

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The mouse and the ant  by Lisala Halapua

The mouse and the ant

Lisala Halapua

Book

Mouse is tricked out of eating a banana by some ants.

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Kaiana and Teiti  by Diane Percy

Kaiana and Teiti

Diane Percy

Picture book

When old enough to fly alone, Kaiana is given a plane ticket by her family to visit her grandmother, Teiti, who lives on a Pacific Island. There, beside a beach full of creatures, her adventures begin, as does her close relationship with Teiti. It's ...

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Visiting grandma  by Jane Va'afusuaga

Visiting grandma

Jane Va'afusuaga

Picture book

A children's picture book about a Samoan family set in New Zealand from the perspective of a pakeha girl. A normal event in one culture may seem odd to another culture. But when pakeha Rachel goes with her new Samoan friend Luisa to visit her grandmother,...

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The climate dispossessed  by Teall Crossen

The climate dispossessed

Teall Crossen

Book

The world is heating up beyond the capacity of some countries to cope. Entire populations of Pacific islands are threatened, jeopardising the sovereign rights of these countries and the security of the region. This book explores what a just response to...

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Does chocolate grow on trees?  by Jill MacGregor

Does chocolate grow on trees?

Jill MacGregor

Book

Walter and his friends collect cacao pods to make koko Samoa, a traditional chocolate-tasting drink for his family.

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Fa'afisi's turn  by Jill MacGregor

Fa'afisi's turn

Jill MacGregor

Book

Fa'afisi is nervous because this is his first time to serve the 'apa fafano (hand washing bowl) to the Women's Committee who have finished lunch after their meeting.

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A memoir in honour of Tanuvasa Saofa'imatumua Tanuvasa Tofaeono  by Tofilau Fritz Filisi

A memoir in honour of Tanuvasa Saofa'imatumua Tanuvasa Tofaeono

Tofilau Fritz Filisi

Book

"This book is written with the blessings of my aiga. It is a collection of stories of my late grandfather Tanuvasa Saofa'imatumua Tanuvasa Tofaeono. The stories are the record of his genealogy, adventures and most of all, his tautua to our aiga, vill...

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Rugby superheroes. Vol.1, The flying Fijians  by Peter Gounder

Rugby superheroes. Vol.1, The flying Fijians

Peter Gounder

Book

First in a series of books about Pacific Rugby exploring some unique characteristics of Fiji Rugby.

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Love drop. Part 2 =

Love drop. Part 2 =

DVD

"After completing her studies in New Zealand, Debbie decides to travel back to Samoa to meet her father and for the first time in a long time to meet her mother as well. Upon her arrival she meets her brother Maze, who helped her to find their mother....

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The Big O  by Patrick Skene

The Big O

Patrick Skene

Book

The Big O by Patrick Skene is the story of Olsen Filipaina, a New Zealand Hall of Fame rugby league legend who was a pathfinder for the Maori and Pasifika players who today dominate the Australian National Rugby League. In a career that saw him play 29...

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Tiseniko keeps safe  by June Allen

Tiseniko keeps safe

June Allen

Picture book

"The fantasy creature Tiseniko models safe behaviour in situations where many children are at risk: train crossings, road safety, learning to swim, taking care by BBQ fires etc.

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Our kaipola  by Jill MacGregor

Our kaipola

Jill MacGregor

Book

In Tonga families come together to prepare a kaipola or feast to celebrate special occasions. It is their way of expressing love, pride and gratitude to others.

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The mangoes  by Jill MacGregor

The mangoes

Jill MacGregor

Book

All around the countryside during the summer season in Fiji, mango trees are laden with fruit. Alot of people on islands sell mangoes as their source of income. There are over 400 hundred varieties of fruit all around the world. They grow best in tro...

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Breadfruit  by Jill MacGregor

Breadfruit

Jill MacGregor

Book

Breadfruit originated in Papua New Guinea and was brought to the Pacific by voyaging Polynesians 3,000 years ago. Breadfruit trees grow on high islands and low atolls throughout the Pacific.

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For my fathers kingdom.

For my fathers kingdom.

DVD

"For my father's kingdom follows Tongan pensioner Sala Mafile'O and his family as they are stretched to breaking point by the commitment and pasiion to god that has driven Saia's life. This debut feature documentary offers a rich view of how contempo...

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Taimi kai = Time to eat : recipes from the Pacific   by Jill MacGregor

Taimi kai = Time to eat : recipes from the Pacific

Jill MacGregor

Book

Each Pacific island nation developed their own traditional dishes and they found ways of preserving food for the times when food was short. People in the Pacific cooked their food in pots on open fire or wrapped in leaves to bake in earthern ovens.

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Uncle Tino  by Jane Va'afusuaga

Uncle Tino

Jane Va'afusuaga

Book

"James and Jessie are embarrassed by Uncle Tino’s old car and the way he honks the horn so loudly when he drives them to school. But when the Samoan culture group needs help to prepare for the end of year concert, it turns out that Uncle Tino is full...

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O fili le tama malosi!  by Sandra Fatu Nu'u

O fili le tama malosi!

Sandra Fatu Nu'u

Book

"Pasefika Kids in Books aims to encourage the retention of Pasifika languages. Using rhyme, relevance & reading to encourage the use of fa'asamoa in our children's lives."--Publisher description.

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Mama rules!  by Sam Uta'i

Mama rules!

Sam Uta'i

Book

Mama Rules was developed from two workshops where participants were encouraged to reflect and dialogue about their stories and experiences of leadership. It is a culmination of experiences, ideas and discussions with various Pacific women in Te Waipounamu...

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Pacific Islanders in New Zealand  by R. L. Challis

Pacific Islanders in New Zealand

R. L. Challis

Book

This book is about the Pacific Islanders who migrated to New Zealand. The Polynesian people who journeyed to New Zealand to settle come mainly from Western Samoa, the Tokelau Islands, Niue and the Cook Islands and also from Fiji and Tonga.

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