Find nga ahua - the shapes - in the beautifully rendered illustrations. Learn the kupu (words) in Te Reo Maori and English. Enjoy these hardwearing, glossy, new board books from the team at Reo Pepi.
Eight current or former Maori politicians from different political parties recount their leadership experiences, and describe the significant events in their journeys from their early lives to Parliament. Paula Bennett, Te Ururoa Flavell, Hone Har... read more
A useful book of timetested Maori herbal therapies. By quoting the words of many skilled practitioners of the art of herbal medicine, and by describing some of the spiritual practices and karakia associated, the book becomes a useful compendium of proven therapies, wh... read more
Reflecting pepi¿s sweet first words game, Kanohi-My Face features kiwi kids having fun. Use Kanohi-My Face to learn the parts of pepi¿s face together with some simple te reo Maori repeated again in English. Hand drawn images grace every page of these durable, glo... read more
|Author:||Selwyn Katene and Malcolm Mulholland|
The contributors draw on their research, knowledge and practical experience to address a variety of contemporary issues of importance to Maori. The topics they explore cover identity and selfdetermination, the environment, te reo Maori, education, social and... read more
A guide - complete with glossary - to customs, protocol and etiquette for visitors to New Zealand marae.Hiwi and Pat Tauroa outline the sequence of events that begins when visitors arrive at the gates of a marae and ends with their departure. Appropriate behav... read more
Description: The dependence of Te Whanau-a-Apanui ancestors on the environment led them to closely study the changes and cycles in nature so they could ensure their survival in their tribal area. Knowledge of aspects such as the sea condition... read more
Babies and children understand much more than they can say. It's never too early to start using Te Reo Maori or sign language of Aotearoa. Speaking Te Reo Maori and using sign language alongside English is a beautiful way to not only acknowledge the official languages of N... read more
Kakahu teaches one of the most useful and practical instructions for young whanau members to know, getting dressed. Learn how to dress for Te Reo Maori success.
In mid-winter, Matariki rises in the pre-dawn sky, and its observation is celebrated with incantations on hilltops at dawn, balls, exhibitions, dinners and a vast number of events. The Matariki tradition has been re-established, and its regeneration coincides with a growing in... read more
Takitimu is one of the great tribal histories in the New Zealand literary canon. It tells of the Ngati Kahungunu people tangata whenua of Hawkes Bay and parts of East Coast and Wairarapa from their origins in the Pacific Islands to their lineage in Aotearoa up to the twentieth century. It is di... read more
|Reading Level:||Near Fine|
The incredible, moving story of Wiremu Maopo, the last of his line in an eminent South Island family, who joined the second Maori Contingent and went off to fight in the First World War. Wiremu writes regularly to his friend Virgie... read more