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By Kino, Shilo
Twelve-year-old Niko lives in a small, rural town. The government want to build a prison over the home of a taniwha. Niko's grandfather is busy protesting, but when he dies, it's up to Niko to convince the community that the taniwha is real and stop the prison from being built.
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By Roxborogh, T. K.
A one-legged boy stands up against a warring family of Maori gods to save the world.
By McRae, Jacquie
In a small village, there are whispers that William is not who he says he is. He was once a doctor, but now he only prescribes books - for Emily, Marco and James, whose lives have become entangled with his. They have all been thrown into a liminal space and can no longer stay as ...they are.Read more
By Mila, Karlo
The poetry collection from award-winning Pasifika poet Karlo Mila spans work written over a decade. The poems are both personal and political. The collection meditates on love and relationships and explores identity, culture, community and belonging with a voice that does not shy... away from the difficult.Read more
By Cartwright, Stephen
This is the Taranaki language edition of the popular book that is bursting with vivid, entertaining illustrations by Stephen Cartwright that will attract even beginner adult learners.
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