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Kia kaha : a storybook of Māori who changed the world / Stacey Morrison, Ngāi Tahu, Te Arawa and Jeremy Sherlock, Tainui, Ngāti Awa.

By: Contributor(s): Material type: TextTextPublisher: Auckland : Penguin Random House New Zealand, 2021Description: 208 pages : colour illustrations, colour portraits ; 26 cmContent type:
  • text
Carrier type:
  • volume
ISBN:
  • 9780143776437
  • 0143776436
Other title:
  • Storybook of Māori who changed the world
  • Māori who changed the world
Subject(s):
Contents:
28th Māori Battalion -- Sir Āpirana Ngata -- Billy T. James -- Buck Shelford -- Carmen Rupe -- Dalvanius Prime -- Sir Derek Lardelli -- Farah Palmer -- Georgina Beyer -- Sir Hekeukumai Busby -- Hinewehi Mohi -- Hirini Melbourne -- Sir Howard Morrison -- Sir Ian Taylor -- Dame Iritana Te Rangi Tawhiwhirangi -- Joe Hawke -- Sir Joe Williams -- Dame Kāterina Te Heikōkō Mataira -- Keisha Castle-Hughes -- Kiri Nathan -- Kupe -- Louisa Wall -- Māori All Blacks -- Māori Women's Welfare League -- Sir Mason Durie -- Māui -- Merata Mita -- Mere Harper & Ria Tikini -- Meri Te Tai Mangakāhia -- Michael Campbell -- Mike King -- Dame Naida Glavish -- Ngā Kaiwhakapūmau I Te Reo -- Ngā Tamatoa -- Patricia Grace -- Pineāmine Taiapa -- Ralph Hotere -- Rangi Mātāmua -- Robyn Kahukiwa -- Rua Kēnana -- Ruia Morrison-Davy -- Stan Walker -- Taika Waititi -- Dame Tariana Turia -- Te Puea Hērangi -- Upper Hutt Posse -- Dame Whina Cooper -- Willie Apiata -- Witi Ihimaera.
Summary: A powerful illustrated storybook for the tamariki and rangatahi of Aotearoa New Zealand celebrating Maoritanga! KIA KAHA is a collection of true stories about amazing Maori who have achieved incredible things. Each of them blazed a trail in their own way, and this pukapuka was written to show that with your kura huna, your special gifts, YOU can make a difference too. Written by Stacey Morrison and Jeremy Sherlock, and featuring fabulous illustrations by Akoni Pakinga, Haylee Ngaroma, Isobel Joy Te Aho-White, Jess Thompson aka Maori Mermaid, Josh Morgan, Kurawaka Productions, Miriama Grace-Smith, Ngaumutane Jones aka Ms Meemo, Reweti Arapete, Taupuruariki Whakataka-Brightwell, Xoe Hall and Zak Waipara, KIA KAHA is a very special book for the young people of Aotearoa. Featuring people and groups both historic and contemporary, who have achieved great things from land marches and language revival to hip hop and contemporary Maori fashion design, this pukapuka will fill readers of all ages, and from all walks of life, with aroha, whanaungatanga and hope for our future. Kia kaha - be strong, go hard!
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Junior Non Fiction Hāwera LibraryPlus Children's Children's Non Fiction 920 PEOPLE (Browse shelf(Opens below)) Available I2213755
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28th Māori Battalion -- Sir Āpirana Ngata -- Billy T. James -- Buck Shelford -- Carmen Rupe -- Dalvanius Prime -- Sir Derek Lardelli -- Farah Palmer -- Georgina Beyer -- Sir Hekeukumai Busby -- Hinewehi Mohi -- Hirini Melbourne -- Sir Howard Morrison -- Sir Ian Taylor -- Dame Iritana Te Rangi Tawhiwhirangi -- Joe Hawke -- Sir Joe Williams -- Dame Kāterina Te Heikōkō Mataira -- Keisha Castle-Hughes -- Kiri Nathan -- Kupe -- Louisa Wall -- Māori All Blacks -- Māori Women's Welfare League -- Sir Mason Durie -- Māui -- Merata Mita -- Mere Harper & Ria Tikini -- Meri Te Tai Mangakāhia -- Michael Campbell -- Mike King -- Dame Naida Glavish -- Ngā Kaiwhakapūmau I Te Reo -- Ngā Tamatoa -- Patricia Grace -- Pineāmine Taiapa -- Ralph Hotere -- Rangi Mātāmua -- Robyn Kahukiwa -- Rua Kēnana -- Ruia Morrison-Davy -- Stan Walker -- Taika Waititi -- Dame Tariana Turia -- Te Puea Hērangi -- Upper Hutt Posse -- Dame Whina Cooper -- Willie Apiata -- Witi Ihimaera.

A powerful illustrated storybook for the tamariki and rangatahi of Aotearoa New Zealand celebrating Maoritanga! KIA KAHA is a collection of true stories about amazing Maori who have achieved incredible things. Each of them blazed a trail in their own way, and this pukapuka was written to show that with your kura huna, your special gifts, YOU can make a difference too. Written by Stacey Morrison and Jeremy Sherlock, and featuring fabulous illustrations by Akoni Pakinga, Haylee Ngaroma, Isobel Joy Te Aho-White, Jess Thompson aka Maori Mermaid, Josh Morgan, Kurawaka Productions, Miriama Grace-Smith, Ngaumutane Jones aka Ms Meemo, Reweti Arapete, Taupuruariki Whakataka-Brightwell, Xoe Hall and Zak Waipara, KIA KAHA is a very special book for the young people of Aotearoa. Featuring people and groups both historic and contemporary, who have achieved great things from land marches and language revival to hip hop and contemporary Maori fashion design, this pukapuka will fill readers of all ages, and from all walks of life, with aroha, whanaungatanga and hope for our future. Kia kaha - be strong, go hard!

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