Te pa kaha kei to tatou lari / na Malcolm Patterson i tuhi ; na Leah Mulgrew i whakaahua.

By: Paterson, Malcolm, 1975- [author.]Contributor(s): Mulgrew, Leah [illustrator.]Material type: TextTextLanguage: Maori Original language: English Publication details: [Auckland, N.Z. : Libro International], 2010Description: 31 p. : col. ill., col. map ; 29 cmISBN: 9781877514104 Uniform titles: Castle in our backyard. Maori Subject(s): Māori (New Zealand people) -- Children's picture books | One Tree Hill (Auckland, N.Z.) -- History -- Children's picture booksGenre/Form: Picture books for children. | Children's stories, New Zealand. DDC classification: NZ823.3 Summary: Tui and his cousin Jennifer are not very excited when Nanny Marei suggests a picnic on Maungakiekie (One Tree Hill). But during their trip they explore and learn about the Goddess of Fire, the Māori tribes who lived there, a Chinese gardener, Sir John Logan Campbell and the tourists of today. Suggested level: junior, primary.
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Picture story book for children in Maori.

"Takoha atu a tatou korero."

"Sir John Logan Campbell Residuary Estate; Waitakere City Council; Committee for Auckland; Ngati Whatua o Orakei Maori Trust Board."

Includes bibliographical references (p. 31).

Tui and his cousin Jennifer are not very excited when Nanny Marei suggests a picnic on Maungakiekie (One Tree Hill). But during their trip they explore and learn about the Goddess of Fire, the Māori tribes who lived there, a Chinese gardener, Sir John Logan Campbell and the tourists of today. Suggested level: junior, primary.

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