Te Reo Māori (15)

Ko Kiwipihi

ISBN: 9780994136473

Authors: Kat Merewether, Pania Papa    Publisher: Illustrated Publishing

Te reo translation of the bestselling title "Kiwicorn" Who is whimsical, witty and wonderfully weird? Kiwicorn! A ridiculously cute and funny story about being ...


Te reo translation of the bestselling title "Kiwicorn" Who is whimsical, witty and wonderfully weird? Kiwicorn! A ridiculously cute and funny story about being unique. Gorgeous illustrations and writing, help children to understand their emotions and to open a light-hearted dialogue about diversity. The Kiwicorn story can help parents and teachers to convey the important message that we're all different from each other, and being different is awesome!


Bind: paperback


Pages: 28


Dimensions: 210 x 210 mm


Publication Date: 01-09-2019


$14.99
Te Tou Piataata o Kuwi

ISBN: 9780994136442

Author: Kat Merewether    Publisher: Illustrated Publishing

Te reo Maori translation of the bestselling title, "Kuwi's Very Shiny Bum".


Te reo Maori translation of the bestselling title, "Kuwi's Very Shiny Bum".


Bind: paperback


Pages: 36


Dimensions: 240 x 240 mm


Publication Date: 29-09-2017


$19.99
Nga Hoa Hoihoi o Kuwi

ISBN: 9780994136480

Authors: Kat Merewether, Pania Papa, Kat Quin    Publisher: Illustrated Publishing

Te reo Maori translation of the bestselling title, "Kuwi's Rowdy Crowd" Kuwi the Kiwi attempts to find a moment of peace and quiet in the chaos of parenthood, b...


Te reo Maori translation of the bestselling title, "Kuwi's Rowdy Crowd" Kuwi the Kiwi attempts to find a moment of peace and quiet in the chaos of parenthood, but everywhere she turns the volume just gets louder. Tap-dancing tomtits, Karate-kicking kokako and other noisy native friends join in the rowdy fun, until Kuwi can't take any more... The quirky and quintessentially Kiwi illustrations will have both adults and children laughing out loud, with a humorous storyline familiar to parents everywhere. Young readers will be delighted by the fun noises they can make to match each illustration, and as they guess which creature will pop up next. The story also holds a heartwarming and subtle message about being happy with what you have.


Bind: paperback


Pages: 36


Dimensions: 240 x 240 mm


Publication Date: 01-09-2019


$19.99
Te Hua Tuatahi a Kuwi

ISBN: 9780473349455

Author: Kat Merewether    Publisher: Illustrated Publishing

He kiwi ihupuku, he kiwi rangirua hoki a Kuwi. Kua whanau mai tana hua hou hei tiaki mana, i tana kotahi. Kaore ano ia kia tiaki hua... He paki ngahau he paki w...


He kiwi ihupuku, he kiwi rangirua hoki a Kuwi. Kua whanau mai tana hua hou hei tiaki mana, i tana kotahi. Kaore ano ia kia tiaki hua... He paki ngahau he paki whakaaroha tenei ma te kohungahunga, Kuwi is a young and confused kiwi who has found herself alone with her newly laid egg. She has never had an egg before... A funny and heart-warming story for the early learner.


Bind: paperback


Pages: 36


Dimensions: 240 x 240 mm


Publication Date: 01-03-2016


$19.99
Te Puna Waiora : The Weavers of Te Kahui Whiritoi

ISBN: 9781877375712

Author: Donna Campbell    Publisher: Christchurch Art Gallery Te Puna o Waiwhetu

Raranga, the Māori art of weaving, is deeply bound with the customs and protocols of te ao Māori. The weavers of Te Kāhui Whiritoi are considered to be the m...


Raranga, the Māori art of weaving, is deeply bound with the customs and protocols of te ao Māori. The weavers of Te Kāhui Whiritoi are considered to be the most accomplished of all Māori weavers, and are of great significance to the art history of Aotearoa New Zealand. Written in te reo Māori and English, this book shares the energy, culture and strength of the weavers of Te Kāhui Whiritoi, and their taonga. It honours their voices, stories and knowledge, celebrating weaving as a significant artform with a long and special history and a vibrant future. Features: • Kakahu,, whāriki (mats), kete, pōtae (hats), piupiu, tukutuku panels, pākē (rain capes), paraerae (shoes) and more. • Beautifully photographed works by Whero Bailey, Cath Brown, Te Aue Davis, Diggeress Te Kanawa, Matekino Lawless, Toi Te Rito Maihi, Eddie Maxwell, Saana Murray, Pareaute Nathan, Ranui Ngarimu, Reihana Parata, Connie Pewhairangi, Emily Schuster, Riria Smith, Sonia Snowden, Madeleine Tangohau, Christina Wirihana and Mere Walker. • Insightful texts by Donna Campbell, Awhina Tamarapa and Ngahuia Te Awekotuku. • Engaging, personal interviews with many of the weavers.


Bind: hardback


Pages: 200


Dimensions: 225 x 275 mm


Publication Date: 01-12-2021


$59.99
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