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By Holt, Sharon
This book follows the traditional Christmas story, told simply in te reo Maori. The beautiful melody of the song that accompanies the book is a perfect match for the gorgeous illustrations.
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By Wells, Herbert George
Ko te tangata manua i uta i runga i tetahi moutere o te Moana-nui-a-Kiwa ka tutaki ki nga mea pouri, nga mea rereke, me te take hei rere mo tona oranga.
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By Sutton, Sally; Lovelock, Brian
A boisterous picture book full of noisy fun for machine-mad kids."Plan the road. Plan the road. Mark it on the map." Roadworks takes the reader through all the stages of making a road; from planning to construction to driving on the finished road, the full journey is detailed for... young and curious minds with a rhythmic text and bright illustrations.Read more
By Frank, Anne; Translated by Mason, Te Haumihiata
The story of Anne Frank, a teenage Jewish girl who had to hide from the Nazis in occupied Holland during the Second World War, is known around the world. Her diary, translated into more than 70 languages and published in 60 countries, is now joined by this edition in Te Reo Maori..., one of New Zealand's three official languages.Read more
Superhero reader Tapahia Heke sees the superhero in everyone.
In this comic he sits down with 14 Maori wahine and describes their superpowers.
Working across a range of different disciplines (business, design, iwi development, film, education), these wahine share a common d...edication to working for their communities and show that the skills for success take many different forms.
The Wahine Toa comic is an inspiration piece created to empower, enable, and energise our young girls and wahine everywhere.
Everyone has a superpower ....sometimes we just need a little encouragement to use our talents!Read more
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