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How many Birds / E hia ngā Manu ?

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"How many Birds?" combines counting and native birds and teaches both in English and te reo Māori at the same time. Each number from 1 to 10 represents a New Zealand bird whom all can be seen at Pūkaha or around the house. Suitable for early childhood age but valued at any age. Full page illustrations with simple text. Available in one bi-lingual version.
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I want a dog

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"I want a dog" is learning in a fun way. With dog pictures a set of opposites, black & white, fat & skinny etc are visualised. Suitable for early childhood age. Full page illustrations with simple text. Available in English and te reo Māori under the title 'Ngā kuri'.
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If I was a Kahu

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"If I was a kahu" tells the story of a young girl who dreams of being a kahu (swamp harrier or harrier hawk). She experiences all elements from the bird's perspective. Full page illustrations support the easy to read, poem style text. Suitable for all ages. Available in English and te reo Māori under the title 'Mena he kahu ahau'.

Manukura

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"Manukura and the rata tree" tells the story of the white kiwi Manukura who finds shelter in a hollow rata tree together with a whole bunch of forest friends. This book has been written to introduce te reo Māori words to children. The words are found throughout the mainly English text with a glossary in the back. Full page photographic illustrations support the text.
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Once there was a taniwha

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"Once there was a taniwha" visits a range of famous taniwha places in the Wairarapa in words and images. Available in English or in te reo Māori "Tēra tetahi taniwha". Brief explanation in the back.
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Purerehua goes for a ride

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"Purerehua goes for a ride" is an adventurous story about a butterfly who travels involuntary with nanny on a motorbike from Rangiwhakaoma (Castlepoint) to Whakaoriori (Masterton), collecting ingredients for her meal. Great to improve te reo Māori skills for children between 6 and 12. Younger children can pick out single words, while the more advanced can read paragraphs. Full page illustrations with roundabout 40 – 50 words per double page. The te reo Māori title is 'Te Haerenga o Purerehua'. Glossary in the back.
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The taniwha of Tirohanga

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"The taniwha of Tirohanga" is the story about the historic village Tirohanga near double bridges in the Wairarapa. Published in English and in te reo Māori under the title "Te taniwha o Tirohanga". Photos and a glossary in the back.