We are the Rock!
In We are the Rock! we hear the stories of contemporary Niueans, as well as historical and legendary figures their struggles, impressions and achievements. They are Niuean taoga (treasures) and include: Tigilau Ness, Dene Halatau, Luisa Avaiki, Che Fu, Dr Vili Nosa, Dave Pakieto,... read full description below.
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|Library of Congress
||Niueans - New Zealand - Social conditions, Ethnology - Niue, Niue - Social life and customs, Niue - History
||Primary and secondary/elementary and high school;Young adult;General/trade
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Young Adult / Teen non-fiction Niuean myths & legends Biographies / Historical biographies (most of the Niueans featured in the book are NZ based) x1 Recipe for a traditional Niuean dish English language In We are the Rock! we hear the stories of contemporary Niueans, as well as historical and legendary figures their struggles, impressions and achievements. They are Niuean taoga (treasures) and include: Tigilau Ness, Dene Halatau, Luisa Avaiki, Che Fu, Dr Vili Nosa, Dave Pakieto, Tutina Pasene, Sully Paea, Stephanie Tauevihi, Pero Cameron, John Pule, Foufou Susana Hukui, Frank Bunce, Dr Karaponi Okesene-Gafa, Dianna Fuemana, Young Vivian, Philip Fuemana, Paul Fuemana, Tyree Tautogia, Sir Robert Rex, Lino Lenisi, Shimpal Lelisi, Fao and Huanaki, Leveimatagi and Leveifualolo
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David Riley is Head of Performing Arts and the Specialist Classroom Teacher at Tangaroa College in Otara South Auckland. He wrote this book to encourage his students - particularly young Pacific Island students - to read and to inspire them with stories they can relate to about sport, music, business, talent, luck and perseverance. Niuean-MAE ori illustrator Munro Te Whata and Auckland-based Samoan photographer Evotia Tamua bring the stories alive.