Te Reo Māori Bundle (large)

He pukapuka reo Māori mō te whānau!

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He pukapuka reo Māori mō te whānau!

Te Pohū nā Sacha Cotter rāua ko Josh Morgan. The reo Māori edition of The Bomb. A story about being true to yourself, a boy searches for the the secret to doing the perfect dive bomb. RRP $23

Tio Tiamu nā Kurahau. Originally written in te reo Māori. Giant Tio Tiamu has a huge problem - his smelly feet. No one wants to be around him, and he's teased all the time. But Tio Tiamu has a big heart, and with his little friend, he does something extraordinary. RRP $25

Te Kirihimete i Whakakorea nā Huia Publishers. Santa's cancelled Christmas and he's quit! The kids in the story come up with a clever plan to get Santa back in the sleigh! The reo Maori edition of this Aotearoa Christmas picture book. RRP $20

Tōku Whenua nā Huia Publishers. Nā Josh Morgan i tā. A poster-size map of Aotearoa giving Māori names for citiies and significant features of the country. RRP $25

Ngā Waituhi o Rēhua nā Katerina Te Heikoko Mataira. This science fantasy novel in te reo Māori follows four teenagers living on Rēhua, a planet settled after Earth is destroyed by ecological disasters and global war. RRP $35

Matariki: Te Whetū Tapu o te Tau nā Rangi Matamua. The reo Māori edition of the best-selling book Matariki: The Star of the Year

Living By The Moon: Te Maramataka a te Whānau-ā-Apanu nā Wiremu Tāwhai. A book in te reo Māori and English that discusses the maramataka or lunar month according to Te Whānau-ā-Apanui traditional knowledge. RRP $25


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  • Format: Softback
  • Language: English
  • Publication Date: 30 Nov 2020

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About the Author

Patricia Grace

Patricia Grace (Ngāti Toa Rangatira, Ngāti Raukawa, Te Ātiawa) is the author of many well-loved and award-winning novels, short stories and children’s books. She has won numerous awards including the Kiriyama Pacific Rim Book Prize for Fiction for her book Dogside Story, the Nielsen Bookdata New Zealand Bookseller’s Choice Award for Tū, and was the... Read More

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Katerina Te Heikoko Mataira

Katerina spent several years teaching Māori language and studying during which time she wrote prolifically. She had a Masters degree in education and was awarded an honorary doctorate in 1996. She was at the forefront of Māori language revival and teaching for many years. Katerina was a Māori Language Commissioner and was also closely involved in M... Read More

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Sacha Cotter

Sacha Cotter has a Graduate Diploma in Teaching and Learning, and spent six years teaching in New Zealand and Spain. She has completed several film courses, and her screenplay Wasabi Peas was a semi-finalist in the L.A. Comedy Shorts Film Festival in 2013. Sacha is currently teaching. Keys/Ngā Kī is Sacha’s first book and has been a finalist and wi... Read More

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Rangi Matamua

Dr Rangi Matamua (Tūhoe) is a professor at the University of Waikato, and his research fields are Māori astronomy and star lore, Māori culture, and Māori language development, research and revitalisation. He travels extensively throughout the country giving public lectures about Matariki and Māori Astronomy.Follow Rangi on Facebook Read More

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Huia Publishers

This book was either translated or put together by staff of Huia Publishers.The stories in our Huia Short Stories collections are written by various Māori authors who have been selected as finalists in the short story in Māori or English, or novel extract sections in our biennial Pikihuia Awards writing competition.Read more about Huia Publishers o... Read More

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Wiremu Tawhai

Wiremu Tāwhai (Te Whānau-ā-Apanui, Te Whakatōhea, Ngāti Awa) was a teacher of language and culture, a scholar, an author, actor and a broadcaster. An elder of Te Whānau-ā-Apanui, he learned traditional knowledge from a young age and was acknowledged as an expert on oral literature and marae protocols and an authority on maramataka, the Māori calend... Read More

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Kurahau has worked in education for a number of years. Having written many non-fiction publications, this is Kurahau’s first fictional bilingual story for children. Kurahau enjoys food: growing it, gathering it, preparing it, sharing it with others and especially, of course, eating it. In between eats, Kurahau is a champion of te reo and tikanga Mā... Read More

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