This delightfully illustrated book features quirky Kiwi poems, weaving te reo through the English text, and with explanatory notes on the pronunciation of the vowel sounds appearing in a side-bar on e..
Rona is charged with the important task of making food ready for her family when they return from a fishing trip. As night falls, she uses the moon to light her way. But when the moon slides behind a ..
In the legend, Hinemoa lives by Lake Rotorua and Tutanekai on the island, Mokoia. Hinemoa falls in love when Tutanekai plays the flute, but Hinemoa's father considers him unsuitable. They vow to be t..
Four classic Maori myths beautifully retold with stunning illustrations by award winner Gavin Bishop. Taming the Sun contains four stories, including two well-known legends (Maui And The Sun and Maui ..
A little boy has made friends with the taniwha in his river, but no-one believes him. The taniwha takes the boy on a journey through time and myth where he meets some amazing characters, gathering the..
With the same beautiful illustrations and dye cut pages as the original book, the te reo Maori translation retains the humour and quirky character of the little caterpillar and simplicity of the story..
The classic much-loved children's picture book We're Going on a Bear Hunt is now translated into te reo Maori. With the same beautiful illustrations as the original book, the English text has been tra..
The digger working in the garden next door gets stuck in the mud when it rains and needs some help from a bigger digger. A much-loved story, The Little Yellow Digger won the 2003 Storylines Gaelyn Gor..
"I a Koro Meketanara tetahi pamu - TI-HAI-TI-HAI-HAU ..." E mohio whanuitia ana tenei waiata. Engari, inaianei to Koro Meketanara he pamu ataahua kei Aotearoa tonu - a, kei taua pamu etahi kararehe wh..
This story is the te reo Maori translation of The Bomb. In this story about being true to oneself, a boy searches for the secret to doing the perfect bomb into the water. With training from Nan, an ex..
With the same beautiful illustrations as the original book, the te reo Maori translation retains the humour, rhyme and rhythm of the original story and the clever character of the little mouse whose a..
* A superb book from a well known author and illustrator.* A simple celebration of the parent/child bond written for young children with a story parents can enjoy and relate to.* Amazing, detailed, vi..
New Zealand's untold pioneer, missionary and Maori stories...Ruatara and the New Beginning - Ruatara loves adventure. The young man from the chiefly line of Ngapuhi can't wait to set sail for England ..
Nga Tai Korero means 'the currents of speech', a reference to the Maori tradition of oral storytelling. In this colourful book, Warren Pohatu retells in simple form fourteen Maori stories and myths th..
This picture book, in the Maori language, tells the story of how the tuna got its silver belly but forever had to live in the dark depths of the river. Tuna is in awe of a nymph, Hiriwa, that glows an..
This children's picture book is in te reo Maori. It includes a song CD. No prior knowledge of te reo Maori is required by the children or adults using the book. The story/song is about the playground...
Written in Maori by a leading advocate of children's literature, this poignant story is set in a school and then rest home environment, following the life lessons passed from a teacher to her pupils, ..
This is the story of the great Ngati Toa chief Te Rauparaha and how he came to compose the haka 'Ka Mate, Ka Mate'. Te Rauparaha is pursued across the island by his enemies and he fears for his life. ..