Edited by Pearse-Otene, HelenIllustrated by Burdan, Andrew
This graphic novel is a story of two hostile tribes: one thriving, the other starving and forced to enter into a hard bargain to survive. In the midst of the conflict, two lovers from opposing tribes, Kahu and Kuratawhiti, plan to bring their warring tribes together through their... marriage. But tragedy looms as Kahu defends his beloved Kuratawhiti against his treasured sister, Mira, who unleashes a lifetime of rage on Kuratawhiti and her people.
The Maori language version of this is available on ISBN: 9781775501909Read more
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Helen Pearse-Otene (Rongomaiwahine, Ngati Kahungunu, Ngapuhi, Ngati Ruanui, Ngati Kuri) is a playwright, actor and author. Helen is currently a member of Jim Moriarty's community theatre company, Te Rakau. In her role at Te Rakau Helen works as a playwright, programme facilitator, and a performer in prisons, on Marae, in CYF residential centres, in schools and mainstream theatres around the country.
The illustrator, Andrew Burdan is a freelance illustrator who has illustrated books, children's books and educational materials, including Te Po Roa, which was a Russell Clark Award finalist 2008, the graphic novel Hautipua Rererangi, which won the LIANZA Te Tohu Pounamu Award 2011 and the graphic novel Ngarimu Te Tohu.
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