Te Rau / nā Te Mihinga Komene ngā kōrero ; nā Scott Pearson ngā pikitia.

By: Komene, Te Mihinga [author.]
Contributor(s): Pearson, Scott, 1975- [author,, illustrator.] | New Zealand. Ministry of Education [issuing body.]
Material type: TextTextSeries: Koiri: Description: 56 pages : colour illustrations ; 21 cmISBN: 9781775502142; 1775502147Subject(s): Māori (New Zealand people) -- Music -- Children's fiction | Music -- Instruction and study -- Children's picture books | Mother and child -- Children's fiction | Uncles -- Children's fiction | Māori language materials | Taonga pūoro | Tikanga | Pūoro | Taiao | Pāpā | Waiata | Tangihanga | Fathers -- Death -- Children's fiction | Grief -- Children's fiction | Pakiwaitara | Kōrero paki mā ngā tamarikiGenre/Form: Children's stories, New Zealand. | Children's stories, Māori. DDC classification: 899.4423 Summary: "E kāingākau ana a Te Rau ki ngā reo me ngā tangi katoa o te taiao. Tae mai ana a Matua Te Rangi, ka ako i a Te Rau ki te whakatangi puoro. Me he manu tīoriori tōna rite"--Publisher's website.Summary: After Te Rau's father dies, his father's younger brother Te Rangi arrives to help Te Rau and his pregnant mother shift house. Te Rau wants to do something to help his grieving mother, so his uncle teaches him to play his father's taonga puoru (traditional Māori musical instruments), and they compose a special song to comfort his mother. Resource to support language learning by 7-10 year old children, as part of Te Marautanga o Aotearoa.
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Novel for children in Māori.

Published for the Ministry of Education.

"E kāingākau ana a Te Rau ki ngā reo me ngā tangi katoa o te taiao. Tae mai ana a Matua Te Rangi, ka ako i a Te Rau ki te whakatangi puoro. Me he manu tīoriori tōna rite"--Publisher's website.

After Te Rau's father dies, his father's younger brother Te Rangi arrives to help Te Rau and his pregnant mother shift house. Te Rau wants to do something to help his grieving mother, so his uncle teaches him to play his father's taonga puoru (traditional Māori musical instruments), and they compose a special song to comfort his mother. Resource to support language learning by 7-10 year old children, as part of Te Marautanga o Aotearoa.

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