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He paki taonga ki Māui : he putunga kōrero mai i Te Moana-nui-a-Kiwa.

Contributor(s): Museum of New Zealand [issuing body.].
Material type: materialTypeLabelBookPublisher: Wellington : Te Papa Press, 2019Description: 159 pages : colour illustrations ; 21 x 27 cm.Content type: text | still image Media type: unmediated Carrier type: volumeISBN: 9780995113619 (hardback); 0995113610.Uniform titles: Māui's taonga tales. Māori. | Māui's taonga tales. Subject(s): Children's stories, New Zealand | Children's stories, Māori | Pukapuka whakaahua | Kōrero paki mā ngā tamariki | Pūrākau | Māui | Taonga | Reo MāoriGenre/Form: Picture books for children.DDC classification: NZ823.3
Contents:
He kupu whakataki -- Ko Tāne me ngā Kete o te Wānanga -- Ko te Kaitaka Whakaora o Ruhia -- Te Tūtkinga Kino o te tau 1769 -- Ko te Pakanga ngā Manu -- Ko te Whakatau Nui a Willie Apiata -- Ko Hēni me te Pakanga ki Pukehinahina -- Ko Rata me hgā Tamariki a Tāne -- Te Whawhai i te Ropo -- Kau Mai i te Hau Tonga -- Ko Tarakiuta rāua ko Tarakitai -- Ko Hinemoa rāua ko Tūtānekai -- Ko te Kaipuke Karihi-Kore -- Ko Māui me te Ika Nunui -- Ko Huria me to Kaipuke -- Te Paea me te Waka Wairua -- Te Kauranga Nui a Kahe -- Te Ngarohanga o ngā Parirau o te Kiwi -- Ko Kupe me te Wheke Nunui -- Mō te taonga -- Mō ngā ringatoi -- He mihi.
Summary: "Māui, the great Pacific hero and trickster tells the stories from both long ago and recent times, the tales of some of the taonga held at Aotearoa New Zealand’s famous national museum, Te Papa"--Publisher information.
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Junior Māoritanga Processing
Children's
Māoritanga PAKI (Browse shelf) Available i2195619
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Enhanced descriptions from Syndetics:

Fully and exclusively written in Maori language and aimed at Maori and non-Maori children aged seven to eleven, this book's lively stories tell the tales of some of the taonga Maori held at Aotearoa New Zealand's famous national museum, Te Papa, through appealing text and fantastic illustrations. The book's pukorero, or story teller, is Maui, the great Pacific hero and trickster. The stories are from both long ago and recent times and have been chosen in consultation with Te Papa's matauranga Maori curators and the relevant iwi. They range from how Ruhia's kaitaka, or cloak, saved the life of a young boy and why the band Herbs wrote a song about nuclear testing in the Pacific to Huria Matenga and the Shipwreck, Rata and the Children of Tane, Willie Apiata and the Tough Decision, Hinemoa and Tutanekai, Te Paea and the Ghost Waka, Kahe's Epic Swim, Heni and the Battle of Gate Pa, Kupe and the Giant Wheke and Tane and the Kete of Knowledge. Each story is told via illustrations created by young Maori artists, some have illustrated stories from their own iwi. The book is linked to the TV series He Paki Taonga i a Maui, funded by Te Mangai Paho.

"Based on the TV series He Paki Taonga i a Māui."

Picture story books for children.

He kupu whakataki -- Ko Tāne me ngā Kete o te Wānanga -- Ko te Kaitaka Whakaora o Ruhia -- Te Tūtkinga Kino o te tau 1769 -- Ko te Pakanga ngā Manu -- Ko te Whakatau Nui a Willie Apiata -- Ko Hēni me te Pakanga ki Pukehinahina -- Ko Rata me hgā Tamariki a Tāne -- Te Whawhai i te Ropo -- Kau Mai i te Hau Tonga -- Ko Tarakiuta rāua ko Tarakitai -- Ko Hinemoa rāua ko Tūtānekai -- Ko te Kaipuke Karihi-Kore -- Ko Māui me te Ika Nunui -- Ko Huria me to Kaipuke -- Te Paea me te Waka Wairua -- Te Kauranga Nui a Kahe -- Te Ngarohanga o ngā Parirau o te Kiwi -- Ko Kupe me te Wheke Nunui -- Mō te taonga -- Mō ngā ringatoi -- He mihi.

"Māui, the great Pacific hero and trickster tells the stories from both long ago and recent times, the tales of some of the taonga held at Aotearoa New Zealand’s famous national museum, Te Papa"--Publisher information.

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