Te huakore : te muna o te whatu / nā Helen Pearse-Otene ngā kōrero ; nā Andrew Burdan ngā pikitia ; nā Te Manahau Scotty Morrison i whakamāori.

By: Pearse-Otene, Helen [author.]
Contributor(s): Burdan, Andrew [author,, illustrator.]
Material type: TextTextLanguage: Maori Original language: English Series: Waituhi o Matawehi: Description: 1 volume (unpaged) : colour illustrations ; 26 cmISBN: 9781775500803Uniform titles: Huakore. Māori Subject(s): Supernatural -- Comic books, strips, etc | Legends, Māori -- Comic books, strips, etc | Pakiwaituhi | Patupaiarehe | Ao wairua | Matakite | Te Ao Tāwhito | PakiwaitaraGenre/Form: Graphic novels. | Children's stories, Māori. | Children's stories, New Zealand. Summary: "E whai atu ana a Te Huakore i ngā pakiwaituhi o Arohanui rāua ko Meariki. Kua whānau mai he tamaiti tūrehu, kua tohua hei kāmehameha e āio ai te noho o ngā iwi o Te Wao. Engari ka parekuratia te iwi, hāunga te tamaiti, e tētahi taipo me tana mōkai kaitangata - he whakamate i te tamaiti tāna i whai ai. Ka hipa te wā, kua tipu ake hei tamaiti whāngai nā Pēhi rāua ko Hineamuru, nō Ngāti Kaitipua, ā, ko Taramea tōna ingoa. I tētahi ahiahi pō, ka kitea e Taramea rāua ko tana tuakana a Parekoi tētahi unahiroa e taka mai ana ki runga o Matawehi maunga, mea rawa ake ka hē ngā rā o Ngāti Kaitipua, ka mutu o Te Wao hoki. Ka rere anō a Taramea i tōna kāinga, engari ka mōhio tonu ia me pēhea e tau anō ai te mauri o Te Wao. I tōna haerenga ka tūtaki ia ki ētahi tāngata rerekē - ko ētahi he pai, ko ētahi atu kāore i te pai"--Publisher's website.Summary: Te Huakore is a sequel to the Arohanui and Meariki graphic novels. A Tūrehu child is born, who is designated as a precious guardian of the peaceful coexistence of the peoples of Te Wao. However, the rest of his people are massacred by the evil sorcerer Tānekikiwa and his human-devouring familiar, who seek to kill the child. Fortunately his grandmother escapes with the child, although she gives her life to do so. The child is discovered by the mysterious Moepapa and his two-headed dog, and taken to the leaders of Ngāti Kaitipua. Pehi and Hineamuru foster the child, and raise him as their own, naming him Taramea. One evening, Taramea and his older brother Parekoi see a meteor falling on the mountain of Matawehi, a sign that disaster will come upon Ngāti Kaitipua and Te Wao. Although Taramea flees from his home, he realises how the integrity of Te Wao can be restored. On his journey he meets strange beings, both good and evil.
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Graphic fantasy novel in Māori for children set in pre-European times.

"He mea whakaputa tēnei pukapuka e Huia mō Te Tāhuhu o te Mātauranga"--Cover verso.

"E whai atu ana a Te Huakore i ngā pakiwaituhi o Arohanui rāua ko Meariki. Kua whānau mai he tamaiti tūrehu, kua tohua hei kāmehameha e āio ai te noho o ngā iwi o Te Wao. Engari ka parekuratia te iwi, hāunga te tamaiti, e tētahi taipo me tana mōkai kaitangata - he whakamate i te tamaiti tāna i whai ai. Ka hipa te wā, kua tipu ake hei tamaiti whāngai nā Pēhi rāua ko Hineamuru, nō Ngāti Kaitipua, ā, ko Taramea tōna ingoa. I tētahi ahiahi pō, ka kitea e Taramea rāua ko tana tuakana a Parekoi tētahi unahiroa e taka mai ana ki runga o Matawehi maunga, mea rawa ake ka hē ngā rā o Ngāti Kaitipua, ka mutu o Te Wao hoki. Ka rere anō a Taramea i tōna kāinga, engari ka mōhio tonu ia me pēhea e tau anō ai te mauri o Te Wao. I tōna haerenga ka tūtaki ia ki ētahi tāngata rerekē - ko ētahi he pai, ko ētahi atu kāore i te pai"--Publisher's website.

Te Huakore is a sequel to the Arohanui and Meariki graphic novels. A Tūrehu child is born, who is designated as a precious guardian of the peaceful coexistence of the peoples of Te Wao. However, the rest of his people are massacred by the evil sorcerer Tānekikiwa and his human-devouring familiar, who seek to kill the child. Fortunately his grandmother escapes with the child, although she gives her life to do so. The child is discovered by the mysterious Moepapa and his two-headed dog, and taken to the leaders of Ngāti Kaitipua. Pehi and Hineamuru foster the child, and raise him as their own, naming him Taramea. One evening, Taramea and his older brother Parekoi see a meteor falling on the mountain of Matawehi, a sign that disaster will come upon Ngāti Kaitipua and Te Wao. Although Taramea flees from his home, he realises how the integrity of Te Wao can be restored. On his journey he meets strange beings, both good and evil.

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