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Tokelauan new titles

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​Discover new Tokelauan language books. This list updates automatically with new titles.

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Pepe togitogi

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 he kieufimoega mo Lōpati

Maria Samuela

Book

A little girl helps her grandmother prepare a tīvaevae for her uncle's wedding. Suggested level: junior, primary.

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Tuhituhiga

Samson Samasoni

Book

Looks at the process of scriptwriting for a video production at school which includes guidelines for writing a treatment, story outline, scene breakdown, script layout, themes, and creating credible characters.

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Tokelauan for kids

1968- Jahri Jah Jah

Book

Learn to speak words and phrases in Tokelauan.

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Counting in Tokelauan

1968- Jahri Jah Jah

Book

Learn to count in Tokelauan.

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Ko na lanu = Colours

Book

A language reader in Tokelauan providing a simple introduction to colour.

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Ko nā fuainumela = Numbers 1-10

Book

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

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Ko nā vāega o te tino = Parts of the body

Book

A reader for children in Tokelauan naming the parts of the body.

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Ko loto o toku fale = Inside my house

Book

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

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Te afīfīga fakapitoa

Lino Nelisi

Book

Aiani and her mother go to the hospital to see Molene's new baby. When they leave the hospital, Uncle Tuki brings a mysterious brown paper parcel and wants to stop at a plant shop. Aiani asks why and learns that it's all part of a special family custom....

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Fātuga faka-Tokelau

Book

Developed for schools with year 1-10 students, this book has been designed so that all students can join in and sing along. The compact disc contains ten songs, and the accompanying booklet contains teachers' notes, lyrics and information about each song....

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I te malae vakalele

Feana Tuʻakoi

Book

A simple story about a little boy who describes the things he sees at the airport, while he waits for the arrival of his grandmother.

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Ko te tokotoko o toku tupuna

Emeli Sione

Book

Alo, the eldest grandson, initially rejects, but in the end takes on his responsibility to be a support for his grandfather.

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He hoa lava

Maʻara Taia. Scheel

Book

A story of a little boy in the Cook Islands, and his adventures with his shadow.

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