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By Va'afusuaga, Jane; Illustrated by Pinder-Pancho, Azra; Translated by Sopoitulagi Tilialo, Avaikila
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, it's not quite what Rach...el expects. A touching story about honouring your loved ones.Read more
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By Va'afusuaga, Jane; Stirnemann, Rebecca; Illustrated by Brady, Christina
The Samoan translation of Mose and the Manumea. After hearing about the endangered manumea on the radio, Mose and his cousin Niko set off to search for a manumea in the deep dark forest on the far side of the mountain.
By Va'afusuaga, Jane; Illustrated by Lelaulu, Nanette
The Samoan translation of Uncle Tino. A story about being yourself and standing out from the crowd.
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By Va'afusuaga, Jane; Stirnemann, Rebecca
After hearing about the endangered manumea on the radio, Mose and his cousin Niko set off to search for a manumea in the deep dark forest on the far side of the mountain. They meet some amazing forest creatures on their adventure, but will they find the very special rare bird the...y are looking for?Read more
By Va'afusuaga, Jane; Illustrated by Pinder-Pancho, Azra
That first night in Samoa, Ana slept next to her grandmother on an old bed with sheets that smelled of mothballs. Now it was morning and as she opened her eyes, Ana saw that the other side of the bed was empty. She sat up and looked across the room. Mum and Dad were still fast as...leep on their mattress on the floor. She pulled the mosquito net which covered the bed aside, tiptoed past her parents and went outside. A heart-warming story about discovering new places, foods and faces ... about finding your families roots and planting your own.Read more
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