Ngā taniwha i Te Whanga-nui-a-tara / Moira Wairama ; nā Bruce Potter ngā pikitia.Material type: TextLanguage: Maori Original language: English Publication details: North Shore, N.Z. : Puffin, 2011.Description:  p. : col. ill., map ; 23 x 28 cmISBN:
- Taniwha of Wellington Harbour. Maori
- Te Kura Pounamu Medal, 2012.
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|TEAW Nō hea te wai? /||THAT Kiwi Tahi raua ko Kiwi Rua /||W Ko Īhaka me to manuwhiri i puta ohorere mai /||WAIR Ngā taniwha i Te Whanga-nui-a-tara /|
Map on lining papers.
Includes glossary of Māori words.
Originally published in English as: The taniwha of Wellington Harbour.
Retelling of the legend of how Wellington Harbour was created. In ancient times in Aotearoa, there was a beautiful lake in which there dwelt two monstrous taniwha. Their names were Whataitai and Ngake. Whataitai and Ngake are two taniwha living in a beautiful lake, however when Ngake gets bored and decides to break free into the ocean his actions have far reaching consequences and help shape the landscape of our capital city. Suggested level: junior, primary.
Te Kura Pounamu Medal, 2012.