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By Kahukiwa, Robyn; Translated by Kaa, Keri
Taniwha tells the poetic, touching story of a young boy who meets a taniwha when visiting his nearby river. It's a poignant tale of friendship and belief, while also conveying the significance of the taniwha figure to wider Maori life and culture.
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By Kaa, Keri; Illustrated by Page, Martin D.
New Zealand Post Book Awards 2014 Maori Language Award winner. "A true story about the birth of a foal, set in the small rural community of Rangitukia, on the East Cape of the East Coast, in the North Island of Aotearoa/New Zealand. Reflecting rural Maori life, the story is an ob...servation of the cooperation between animals, and contemplates the magical and the miracle in natureRead more
By Kaa, Keri
Nga manu tukutuku / Keri Ngapera Kaa -- Te manu tukutuku Maori / Stephanie Tibble, Te manu taratahi / Manu Kawana ; Kiri Henry i Whakamaori.
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