He raru ki tai / Jane Cooper ; nā Story Hemi-Morehouse ngā pikitia.Material type: TextPublisher: Wellington : Huia Publishers, 2022Description: 92 pages ; 19 cmContent type:
- still image
- To trap a taniwha Māori
- NZ823.3 23
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Novel for children.
''An adventure story set in seventeenth-century Tāmaki Makaurau Auckland when the hapū of Ngā Oho/Ngā Iwi predominated. Armed with the courage of their convictions, two girls embark on a perilous journey to challenge their leaders' actions. Cousins, Te Kawenga and Kakati learn of a plan being hatched against a neighbouring iwi and strange activity occurring at a seasonal fishing camp.A huge trap is being built to snare and kill Ureia, the taniwha of Hauraki iwi. The cousins fear the retribution that will be taken on their people if Ureia is killed. So they take a dangerous journey to defy the decision of their people and try and save the taniwha''--Publisher information.
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