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Upcoming

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Non-fiction History, Biography, Culture, Indigenous and Post-colonial Studies

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Fiction New Zealand Fiction, Pacific Literature

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Education Language Learning

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Children's Books Picture Books, Graphic Novels, MÄ ori Translations, Samoan Translations

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Backlist

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Index of Titles

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Contact Huia Publishers


Nau mai, haere mai Inā ngā hua o Matariki Kai e hora atu nei! Huia Publishers is pleased to present its collection of books for 2017–18. This year’s list includes a veritable feast of new titles, covering themes of traditional knowledge, language, history and culture: • Matariki: The Star of the Year by Dr Rangi Matamua, who explores traditional understandings about the Matariki constellation and offers a modern perspective; • A revised edition of the popular publication Tikanga Māori: Living By Māori Values by Sir Hirini Moko Mead that includes a new section on mana whenua and mana moana; • Black Ice Matter – a captivating collection of short stories by debut author Gina Cole. For younger readers and learners of Māori language, the list includes: • Ako Pānui – a set of first readers in Māori for pre-schoolers; • Bud•e – 20 titles of the Bud•e Reading programme translated into Māori; • Tuna rāua ko Hiriwa by Ripeka Takotowai Goddard – a delightful picture book telling how the tuna got its silver belly. We also have two more well-known children’s books that have been reversioned in Māori language Where is the Green Sheep? and Room on the Broom. We are very pleased to continue our close relationship with by Samoa’s Head of State, Tui Atua Tupua Tamases Ta’isi Tupuola Tufuga Efi to re-publish Su’esu’e Manogi: In Search of Fragrance. Finally we are excited to include 3 titles published in partnership with Ngāti Kahungunu ki Wairarapa. • Tangi and te Pere/When the Bell Rings – a picture book for young children about the mysterious disappearance of the teacher’s autoharp, and the adventures the children have as they try to find it. • Ngarara Huarau the story of a restless taniwha published as a graphic novel • First Flight – a collection of traditional Māori stories told in a contemporary style.

We hope that you all find enjoyment from reading the titles in our new catalogue.

Eboni Waitere Executive Director

Brian Morris Executive Director

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MATARIKI: THE STAR OF THE YEAR Rangi Matamua In midwinter, Matariki is seen in the pre-dawn sky, and its rising is celebrated. The Matariki tradition has been re-established, and its regeneration coincides with a growing interest in Māori astronomy. Still, there remain some unanswered questions about Matariki, such as: Why did Māori observe Matariki? How did Māori celebrate Matariki? When and how should Matariki be celebrated? This book explores traditional understandings of Matariki and brings them into a modern context. Dr Rangi Matamua (Tūhoe) is an associate professor at the University of Waikato, and his research interests are Māori astronomy and star lore, Māori culture, and Māori language development and revitalisation. He travels extensively, giving public lectures about Matariki and Māori astronomy. 978-1-77550-325-5, 140 pages, softcover $35.00

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TAUTAI: SĀMOA, WORLD HISTORY, AND THE LIFE OF TA‘ISI O F NELSON

TIKANGA MĀORI LIVING BY MĀORI VALUES Hirini Moko Mead

Patricia O'Brien This is a biography of Ta‘isi O F Nelson, who used his wealth and international position to seek independence for Sāmoa, and a history of Sāmoa following the First World War. Using non-violent resistance, Nelson campaigned globally through letters, petitions and a newspaper. He sought justice in Geneva, the League of Nations and the courts of Sāmoa, New Zealand and Britain, and was imprisoned, exiled and financially ruined. Dr Patricia O’Brien is Australian Research Council Future Fellow, School of History, Australian National University. Her research interests include colonialism, race relations, indigenous histories and resistance in the Pacific. She was a visiting associate professor and fellow in the United States and the J D Stout Fellow, Victoria University of Wellington.

Tikanga Māori is an authoritative introduction to correct Māori ways of doing things. This updated edition has a new chapter on mana whenua and mana moana. The tangihanga section discusses issues around cremation and protocols when deceased were in Māori/ non-Māori partnerships. Sir Hirini Moko Mead (Ngāti Awa, Ngāti Tūwharetoa, Tūhourangi) is a commentator and writer, having written over 70 publications. He was Foundation Professor of Māori studies at Victoria University of Wellington. He was made a Distinguished Companion of the New Zealand Order of Merit in 2007 for his services to Māori and education. Best-seller at Te Matatini 2017 978-1-77550-222-7, 452 pages, softcover

978-1-77550-331-6, 360 pages, hardcover

$45.00 e-book available

$75.00

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BLACK ICE MATTER

STORIES ON THE FOUR WINDS - NGĀ HAU E WHĀ

Gina Cole

Edited by Brian Bargh and Robyn Bargh

This collection’s unpredictable stories follow themes of ice and glaciers in the South Pacific heat, unusual lives and explorations – a woman is caught between traditional ways and the brutality of a dictatorship; a glaciology researcher falls into a crevasse and finds the unexpected; a child in a Barbie Doll sweatshop dreams of another life; and friends take a deathly trip on a melt stream.

This collection of short stories from eighteen of New Zealand’s writers explores the dark and dangerous milieu of our comfortable existence. There is humour, tenderness, surprise, anger, sorrow and desperation in these stories from the four winds. The authors are Patricia Grace, Albert Wendt, Alice Tawhai, Briar Grace-Smith, Paula Morris, Tina Makereti, James George, Renée, Jacqui McRae, Eru Hart, Helen Waaka, Toni Pivac, K-t Harrison, Anya Ngawhare, Ann French, Piripi Evans, Mark Sweet and Terence Rissetto.

Gina Cole is a barrister, specialising in family law. She has a Masters of Creative Writing from the University of Auckland and has had her writing published in Takahē, JAAM, Express Magazine, Span and Tautai Contemporary Pacific Arts Trust Newsletter, and she won the 2014 Auckland Pride Festival creative writing competition and had a short story highly commended in the 2013 BNZ Literary Awards – Katherine Mansfield Award.

978-1-77550-306-4, 304 pages, softcover $35.00 e-book available

978-1-77550-298-2, 200 pages, softcover $30.00 e-book available

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TŌKU AO Huia Publishers Illustrated by Josh Morgan This poster-sized map of the world shows the reo Māori name for each country along with pictorial information about landmarks and significant features of countries. With bright illustrations, it is perfect for pre-schools, schools and homes. Josh Morgan (Te Aitanga-a-Māhaki, Rongowhakaata) is an illustrator, writer and designer. He illustrated Keys/Ngā Kī; Keys was a finalist in the New Zealand Book Awards for Children and Young Adults, 2015, and Ngā Kī won the Māori Language Award, New Zealand Book Awards for Children and Young Adults, 2015 and Te Tohu Taurapa Award, LIANZA Children’s Book Awards, 2015, and it was selected for the IBBY Honour List 2016. Single map: 978-1-77550-289-0 Pack of 5 maps: 978-1-77550-291-3 1189 mm x 841 mm (A1) poster $25.00 per map

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TŌKU WHENUA

MY WORLD TRAVEL ACTIVITY BOOK TE MATAPIHI KI TŌKU AO PUKAPUKA MAHI

Huia Publishers Illustrated by Josh Morgan Children can now learn at a glance the features and Māori names of places in Aotearoa New Zealand. This poster-sized map shows significant natural and built landmarks around the country and the names of cities and towns in Māori. This map will inspire children to learn more about the country they live in and increase their te reo Māori language skills as they name and talk about the features of different places.

Josh Morgan Bursting with puzzles and pictures to colour, mazes, quizzes and riddles to solve, this activity book in te reo Māori and English versions provides hours of fun. A companion to the Tōku Ao map, the activities focus on learning more about countries, languages, landmarks, currencies and cultures of the world.

Josh Morgan (Te Aitanga-a-Māhaki, Rongowhakaata) is an illustrator, writer and designer. He illustrated Keys/Ngā Kī and The Marble Maker/Te Kaihanga Māpere.

Josh Morgan (Te Aitanga-a-Māhaki, Rongowhakaata) is an illustrator, writer and designer. He illustrated Keys/Ngā Kī and The Marble Maker/Te Kaihanga Māpere.

Single map: 978-1-77550-290-6 Pack of 5 maps: 978-1-77550-292-0 841 mm x 1189 mm (A1) poster

978-1-77550-307-1 (English), 36 pages, softcover 978-1-77550-228-9 (te reo Māori), 36 pages, softcover $7.00 each

$25.00 per map

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BUD•E

The first 20 books of the Bud-e Reading programme for children are now available in te reo Māori. Encouraging reading and writing through fun stories, they develop confidence in reading. The books build the word bank children need to become independent readers and gradually introduce new words and constructions. Jill Eggleton QSO is an internationally renowned literacy consultant, author of more than 800 children’s books and has had a wealth of teaching experiences over 30 years. She has written for teachers on literacy, provided training courses, and developed The Sails and The Key Links Series reading programme, which sold over 55 million copies. She received the Companion of the Queen’s Service Order for services to education and literacy. Best-seller at Te Matatini 2017 Te reo Māori editions only 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20

Pirikoti Nanakia 978-1-77550-238-8 Kiore Kakama 978-1-77550-239-5 Rakiraki Hiakai 978-1-77550-240-1 Te Rua Rāpeti 978-1-77550-241-8 Kiore Hīanga 978-1-77550-242-5 Ka Aroha Hoki! 978-1-77550-243-2 Tuaniwha Haututū 978-1-77550-244-9 Auē, e Hoa! 978-1-77550-245-6 Motokā Kanukanu 978-1-77550-246-3 Kia Tūpato, Makimaki 978-1-77550-247-0 Kei Roto i te Ana 978-1-77550-248-7 Kia Horo! 978-1-77550-249-4 E Oma, Karetao Hiko 978-1-77550-250-0 Puruhi Pekepeke 978-1-77550-251-7 Ka Raru a Makimaki 978-1-77550-252-4 Ka Raru a Haki 978-1-77550-253-1 Kaua e Whakatoi 978-1-77550-254-8 E Oho, e Kau 978-1-77550-255-5 Taku Mahi 978-1-77550-256-2 Te Papa Hokohoko 978-1-77550-257-9

$6.99 each individual title

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Jill Eggleton Illustrated by Richard Hoit, Grant Snow, John Bennett, Stella Yang, Philip Webb, Cheryl Rowe, Link Choi and Rob Kiely Translated by Huia Publishers


NEW TITLES

AKO PĀNUI

AKO PĀNUI PUKAPUKA MAHI 1

Huia Publishers and Te Kōhanga Reo National Trust Illustrated by Scott Pearson

Huia Publishers and Te Kōhanga Reo National Trust Illustrated by Scott Pearson

This set of first readers in te reo Māori for preschoolers has five books with simple text, lively illustrations and stories told through the pictures and text. The stories are humorous, and children will want to keep turning the pages to see what happens. For children 3–5 years old, the books introduce children to numbers, colours, shapes and simple words and sentence structures in enjoyable stories.

This activity book in te reo Māori has simple puzzles, colouring in, and number, shapes and colour activities. Children 4–6 years old will enjoy the dot-to-dot puzzles, matching puzzles, maze, colouring and tracing activities and simple logic puzzles. It is a fun standalone book that also complements the HUIA Ako Pānui set of first readers in te reo Māori. The illustrations in the activity book are lively and quirky, based on characters from this set.

Scott Pearson is an illustrator and graphic designer. He studied media arts, focusing on illustration and computer-based graphic design.

Scott Pearson is an illustrator and graphic designer. He studied media arts, focusing on illustration and computer-based graphic design.

Best-seller at Te Matatini 2017 978-1-77550-230-2 (set), 5 books, each book 12–16 pages, softcovers in a slip case

978-1-77550-293-7, 20 pages, softcover $7.50

$29.99 a set

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THE MARBLE MAKER TE KAIHANGA MĀPERE Sacha Cotter Illustrated by Josh Morgan Translated by Kawata Teepa A child dreams of inventing a new marble and appearing in The Book of Marbles. In a chaotic lab, with a sheep as an assistant and using ingredients such as ‘teeth bling’ and ‘swooshy night air’, the child lights up the stoves to make marbles. This story will fire up children’s imaginations. Sacha Cotter is a teacher and writer. Her first picture book Keys/Ngā Kī was acclaimed in the 2015 New Zealand Book Awards for Children and Young Adults and Ngā Ki was honoured in the 2015 LIANZA Children's Book Awards and selected for the IBBY Honour List 2016. Josh Morgan (Te Aitanga-a-Māhaki, Rongowhakaata) is an illustrator, writer and designer. He illustrated Keys/Ngā Kī, Tōku Ao, Tōku Whenua and My World Travel Activity Book/Te Matapihi ki Tōku Ao Pukapuka Mahi. Te reo Māori and English editions available 978-1-77550-224-1 (English), 32 pages, softcover 978-1-77550-225-8 (te reo Māori), 32 pages, softcover $20.00 each

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TUNA AND HIRIWA TUNA RĀUA KO HIRIWA

WHEN THE BELL RINGS TANGI ANA TE PERE

Ripeka Takotowai Goddard Illustrated by Kimberly Andrews

Maxine Hemi Illustrated by Andrew Burdan

This picture book tells how the tuna got its silver belly. Tuna hatches a plan to take the light of a nymph that glows and dances in the moonlight. But the moon punishes his actions.

When an autoharp goes missing, children and their teacher search everywhere for it. Only fantail saw the elves take it for their band. The elves sound terrible, but they are helped by an unlikely character.

Ripeka Takotowai Goddard is a student and a writer. This book is based on traditions she learned about eeling.

Maxine Hemi is a coordinator of personalised programmes for students and whānau at Te Kura Kaupapa Māori. Previously, she was Education Strategy Curriculum Developer for Ngāti Kahungunu ki Wairarapa.

Kimberly Andrews is an illustrator, writer and designer of conservation-themed T-shirts.

Andrew Burdan is an award-winning illustrator who has illustrated books, children’s books and educational materials, including Te Pō Roa and the graphic novels Hautipua Rererangi and Ngarimu Te Tohu Toa.

Best-seller at Te Matatini 2017 Tuna and Hiriwa selected for the Storylines Notable Books List, 2017

Te reo Māori and English editions available

Te reo Māori and English editions available

978-1-77550-301-9 (English), 32 pages, softcover 978-1-77550-302-6 (te reo Māori), 32 pages, softcover

978-1-77550-227-2 (English), 32 pages, softcover 978-1-77550-226-5 (te reo Māori), 32 pages, softcover

$20.00 each

$20.00 each

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FIRST FLIGHT: A COLLECTION OF STORIES FROM NGĀTI KAHUNGUNU KI WAIRARAPA

NGĀRARA HUARAU Maxine Hemi Illustrated by Andrew Burdan This graphic novel is about a taniwha travelling to Wairarapa, terrorising people as his hunger grows. A trap is set, and he is lured in. But does he die?

Maxine Hemi These short stories for children and young adults are about people and events of Ngāti Kahungunu. Many stories focus on Ngāti Kahungunu chief Nukupewapewa, while others tell about Kahungunu himself, the battle with the octopus across the Pacific to Aotearoa and dolphin guardians.

Maxine Hemi is a coordinator of personalised programmes for students and whānau at Te Kura Kaupapa Māori. Previously, she was Education Strategy Curriculum Developer for Ngāti Kahungunu ki Wairarapa.

Maxine Hemi is a coordinator of personalised programmes for students and whānau at Te Kura Kaupapa Māori. Previously, she was Education Strategy Curriculum Developer for Ngāti Kahungunu ki Wairarapa.

Andrew Burdan is an award-winning illustrator who has illustrated books, children’s books and educational materials, including Te Pō Roa and the graphic novels Hautipua Rererangi and Ngarimu Te Tohu Toa. Te reo Māori and English editions available

978-1-77550-303-3, 116 pages, softcover

978-1-77550-299-9 (English), 24 pages, softcover 978-1-77550-300-2 (te reo Māori), 24 pages, softcover

$15.00

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RONA

AWATEA'S TREASURE

Chris Szekely Illustrated by Josh Morgan

Fraser Smith This is a story about a curious boy, a spooky house, uncles and their tricks, a talking parrot, a secret treehouse and a hunt for treasure. This junior novel is a tingly ghost story and adventure rolled into one.

Rona is an adventurous tomboy. But when Jessie comes to stay, Rona’s mischief gets her in a tangle. This chapter book takes you into a nine-year-old’s world with characters children will love – excitable Snuffy dog, teasing Uncle Joe, Nan and Granddad, perfect Jessie and sworn enemy Stewart Simpson.

Fraser Smith is principal of Oturu School in Kaitāia, a Green-Gold Enviroschool where the curriculum is delivered in a hands-on way, supported by the community. Fraser is a keen fisherman and sailor, writes stories and songs and plays and sings in a band.

Chris Szekely is Chief Librarian of the Alexander Turnbull Library. His book Rāhui, illustrated by Malcolm Ross, won best Picture Book, New Zealand Post Children’s Book Awards, 2012, Librarians’ Choice Award in 2012 and was a finalist for the LIANZA Te Kura Pounamu award in 2012. His next, Tāhoe/Swim, was selected as a Storylines Notable Book in 2014.

978-1-77550-294-4, 136 pages, softcover $25.00 e-book available

Selected for the Storylines Notable Books List, 2017 978-1-77550-198-5, 116 pages, softcover $15.00

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HE WĀHI I TE PURUMA

KEI HEA TE HIPI KĀKĀRIKI?

Julia Donaldson Illustrated by Axel Scheffler Translated by Karena Kelly

Mem Fox Illustrated by Judy Horacek Translated by Kawata Teepa

The witch and her cat fly along in this te reo Māori translation of Room on the Broom. Three kind animals help the witch, then they ride on the broom. But they tumble off – right by a dragon that wants to eat the witch. The animals save her, and the witch makes a new broom they can all ride on.

This is the much-loved children’s picture book Where is the Green Sheep? translated into te reo Māori. The blue sheep, red sheep, bath sheep and bed sheep are here, along with a cast of sheep involved in zany antics. Mem Fox is an award-winning author and was Associate Professor of Literacy Studies at Flinders University, South Australia. She is an advocate for literacy and literature and an international literacy consultant.

Julia Donaldson has written over 150 books and won multiple awards. In 2011, she was the UK Children’s Laureate.

Judy Horacek is a cartoonist, artist and writer. She has had cartoons published in a variety of media around the world, published six cartoon collections and written and illustrated three picture books.

Axel Scheffler has illustrated books for children in England, Germany and The Netherlands. Te reo Māori edition only

Te reo Māori edition only

978-1-77550-329-3, 32 pages, softcover

978-1-77550-305-7, 32 pages, hardcover

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MATAATUA WHARENUI: TE WHARE I HOKI MAI Hirini Mead, Layne Harvey, Pouroto Ngaropo and Te Onehou Phillis Release date: Winter 2017 Mataatua is the most travelled wharenui in the country. Built to reunite Ngāti Awa after confiscation of land and devastation of the people in the 1860s, it was appropriated by government after being taken to a Sydney exhibition then to London and back to Otago Museum. Damaged and altered, Mataatua was regained by Ngāti Awa after more than 130 years away. This book details the history of Mataatua, its restoration and reopening and the fight of the people to regain their sovereignty and again have Mataatua as a living wharenui in the care of its people. Hirini Moko Mead (Ngāti Awa, Ngāti Tūwharetoa, Tūhourangi) is a writer, commentator and scholar of Māori language and culture. Judge Layne Harvey (Ngāti Awa, Rongowhakaata, Te Aitanga-a-Māhaki, Te Whānau-ā-Apanui, Ngāti Kahungunu) is a Māori Land Court judge. Pouroto Ngaropo (Ngāti Awa) is Deputy Chairman of Te Rūnanga o Ngāti Awa and an expert in tikanga Māori and performing arts. Te Onehou Phillis (Ngāti Awa) was a dedicated compiler of Ngāti Awa histories. She was the author of Eruera Mānuera.

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POINT OF ORDER, MR SPEAKER? MODERN MĀORI POLITICAL LEADERS Edited by Selwyn and Rāhui Katene Release date: Spring 2017 Eight current or former Māori politicians from different political parties recount their leadership experiences and describe the significant events in their journeys from their early lives to Parliament. Their stories give background to some of the defining moments in their lives and political careers and are inspirational for people pursuing leadership roles. The politicians featured are Paula Bennett, Te Ururoa Flavell, Hone Harwira, Tau Henare, Shane Jones, Nanaia Mahuta, Hekia Parata and Metiria Turei. Dr Selwyn Katene (Ngāti Toa, Ngāti Tama, Ngauruahine, Ngāti Tūwharetoa) is Professor of Māori and Indigenous Leadership and Director of the Global Centre for Indigenous Leadership at Massey University. Prior to this, he was Assistant Vice-Chancellor (Māori and Pasifika) at Massey University and Director of MANU AO Leadership Academy. Rāhui Katene (Ngāti Koata, Ngāti Kuia, Ngāti Toa, Ngāi Tahu) was the Māori Party Member of Parliament for Te Tai Tonga from 2008 to 2011. She trained as a lawyer, and prior to entering Parliament, she was managing solicitor at Te Ratonga Ture Māori Legal Services, national claims manager for the Crown Forestry Rental Trust and a policy analyst at the Treaty of Waitangi Policy Unit.

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MAEA TE TOI ORA: MĀORI HEALTH TRANSFORMATIONS Edited by Te Kani Kingi Release date: Spring 2017 Simon Bennett, Mason Durie, Hinemoa Elder, Te Kani Kingi, Mark Lawrence and Rees Tapsell explore the relationship between Māori culture and Māori mental health. They discuss aspects of Māori health and the importance of culture to diagnosis, patient history, understanding causes, treatment and assessment of outcomes. Along with examining research and knowledge about health and culture, the authors give case studies from their own experiences of working with Māori to restore well-being. Te Kani Kingi (Ngāti Awa, Ngāti Pūkeko) is a professor at Te Whare Wānanga o Awanuiārangi. His specialist interests are mental health research, psychometrics and Māori health. He has been an executive member of many national health associations and is a member of the Health Research Council, AKO Aotearoa Assessment Committee, the New Zealand Pharmacy Council and Ngā Pae o te Māramatanga’s International Research Advisory Panel and is Chair of Te Rau Puawai mental health scholarship scheme.

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CRITICAL CONVERSATIONS ABOUT KAUPAPA MĀORI Edited by Te Kawehau Hoskins and Alison Jones Release date: Spring 2017 Kaupapa Māori theory and methodology developed over twenty years ago and have since become influential in social research, practice and policy areas. This collection furthers knowledge about kaupapa Māori by examining its effects over the decades, identifying and discussing its conventions and boundaries and reflecting on kaupapa Māori in social and educational research and practice. Alison Jones is a professor at Te Puna Wānanga, the School of Māori and Indigenous Education, University of Auckland. She has a long history of teaching in Māori education, with a particular interest in Māori–Pākehā educational relations. Te Kawehau Hoskins (Ngāti Hau, Ngāpuhi) is head of Te Puna Wānanga, the School of Māori and Indigenous Education, and Te Tumu in the Faculty of Education and Social Work, University of Auckland. Her research interests are indigenous Māori political philosophy and practice, indigenous–settler relations and Treaty practice.

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MĀORI CRIMINOLOGY AND JUSTICE Robert Webb Release date: Spring 2017 What philosophies about and explanations for offending have underpinned justice responses to Māori offenders? How have these ideas from the 1800s to the present affected the way offending is understood and dealt with? Dr Robert Webb challenges current ideas about Māori offending as seen through a Pākehā lens and argues that offending by Māori needs to be understood and addressed through a tikanga Māori approach. He discusses decolonising offending responses and explores the potential of Māori-centred criminology and justice responses. Dr Robert Webb (Ngāpuhi) is a senior lecturer in sociology at the University of Auckland. His interests are criminology and sociology, particularly Māori and criminal justice policy, indigenous criminology and bio-identity and organ donation and transplant. He was co-editor of New Zealand Sociology, associate editor of Kōtuitui and on the editorial board of MAI Journal.

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NGĀTI KAHU: PORTRAIT OF A SOVEREIGN NATION Margaret Mutu, Lloyd Pōpata, Te Kani Williams, Ānahera Herbert-Graves, Reremoana Rēnata, JudyAnn Cooze, Zarrah Pineaha, Tania Thomas, Te Ikanui Kīngi-Waiaua, Te Rūnanga-ā-Iwi o Ngāti Kahu, Wackrow Williams and Davies Ltd Release date: Spring 2017 This details the history and traditions of Ngāti Kahu and their experiences of breaches of the Treaty of Waitangi by the Crown since 1840 and progress made towards redress. It gives the background to and describes the partial settlement of claims against the Crown that Ngāti Kahu agrees to accept – a part of what is still needed for a final settlement. It records the struggles of five generations of Ngāti Kahu for recognition and redress of the injustices by the Crown. Professor Margaret Mutu (Ngāti Kahu, Te Rarawa, Ngāti Whātua) is Professor of Māori Studies, University of Auckland, and an internationally renowned researcher, author and lecturer who works on Treaty of Waitangi issues, Māori language and Māori rights issues. She is chairperson of Te Rūnanga-ā-Iwi o Ngāti Kahu and is a mandated representative of Ngāti Kahu nationally and internationally.

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HE AITAKA A TĀNE: NGĀI TAHU TAONGA PLANTS Rob Tipa

HUIA SHORT STORIES 12: CONTEMPORARY MĀORI FICTION Various authors

Release date: Spring 2017

Release date: Spring 2017

This guide to native plants details the characteristic features, natural environment and uses of each plant along with traditional Māori uses and history and traditions around them. The plants are listed alphabetically for quick reference and accompanied by photographs of them in their habitats and closeup shots of the foliage, flowers and fruit for easy identification. The guide is easy to use, beautiful to browse and informative about native plants.

Two years have passed by since the last volume of Huia Short Stories, and now there is a fresh offering of stories and novel extracts from Māori writers selected in the Pikihuia Awards for Māori Writers. Some of the writers are new, and others are familiar to us, with new stories to tell. All of them lead us out of our lives and into others’ experiences and on journeys to other worlds.

Rob Tipa (Ngāi Tahu, Ngāti Kahungunu) is a freelance journalist, and he researched traditional uses of New Zealand native plants that were on the Ngāi Tahu taonga plants list. Originally published as a series of articles in Te Karaka magazine, they are now brought together in this book.

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SU’ESU’E MANOGI: IN SEARCH OF FRAGRANCE TUI ATUA TUPUA TAMASESE TA’ISI AND THE SAMOAN INDIGENOUS REFERENCE Edited by Tamasailau Suaalii-Sauni, I’uogafa Tuagalu, Tofilau Nina Kirifi-Alai and Naomi Fuamatu Release date: Summer 2017 Searching for fragrance is a metaphor for striving for the best, with others’ support. This book celebrates His Highness Tui Atua Tupua Tamasese Ta’isi Tupuola Tufuga Efi’s intellectual and cultural legacy to Samoa as he seeks and discusses the best of things Samoan or ‘the Samoan indigenous reference’. Fourteen Samoan scholars reply, discuss the ideas, raise questions and celebrate the flourishing of indigenous Samoan culture. Tui Atua is Samoa’s Head of State and currently the only holder of the aristocratic chiefly title Tui Atua. He was Prime Minister of Samoa, leader of the Samoa Democratic United Party and a Member of the Samoa Parliament from 1966–2004. He is one of the leading custodians of Samoa’s indigenous knowledge and is recognised internationally for his work on Samoa’s indigenous reference. Chief editor Dr Tamasailau Suaalii-Sauni is a Samoan academic in sociology/criminology at the University of Auckland. Her work focuses on building Pacific, especially Samoan, indigenous knowledges. She specialises in Pacific jurisprudence theory and undertakes indigenous criminological research.

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THE STRUGGLE FOR MĀORI FISHING RIGHTS: TE IKA A MĀORI

HĪKOI: FORTY YEARS OF MĀORI PROTEST Aroha Harris

Brian Bargh

The contemporary Māori protest movement and the rationale behind the actions, accompanied by photographs of the action

The story of the fight to re-establish Māori fishing rights and its part in the quest for social justice for Māori

1-86969-101-6, 164 pages, softcover

978-1-77550-196-1, 224 pages, softcover

Also translated into German

$45.00

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NON-FICTION

WORDS BETWEEN US – HE KŌRERO: FIRST MĀORI– PĀKEHĀ CONVERSATIONS ON PAPER

CONTESTED GROUND: TE WHENUA I TOHEA – THE TARANAKI WARS 1860–1881

Alison Jones and Kuni Jenkins

Edited by Kelvin Day

Māori engagement with handwriting from 1769 to 1826 and new perspectives on the first conversations between Māori and Pākehā

Marking 150 years since the Taranaki Wars began, this history gives fresh insights into this turbulent period and its legacy

Winner, Best Book in Higher Education Publishing, CLNZ Educational Publishing Awards, 2012

Winner, Ngā Kupu Ora Māori Book Awards, History Category, 2010 Winner, Best Book in Higher Education, CLL Educational Publishing Awards, 2011

Winner, Te Kōrero Pono – Non-fiction, Ngā Kupu Ora Māori Book Awards, 2012

978-1-86969-411-1, 332 pages, hardcover

Winner, Best Educational Book, PANZ Book Design Awards, 2012

$50.00

978-1-86969-478-4, 256 pages, softcover $45.00 e-book available

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Non-fiction: History

EDITED BY

MELANI ANAE WITH

LAUTOFA (TA) IULI AND

LEILANI TAMU

UT IF S UP

NON-FICTION

EWTON, R PARTY

ACTION MATIVE1981 IR F F A D AN 971– PROTEST ALAND 1 PACIFICTEAROA NEW ZE IN AO

EDITED BY

WITH

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HUIA HISTORIES OF MĀORI: NGĀ TĀHUHU KŌRERO

POLYNESIAN PANTHERS: PACIFIC PROTEST AND AFFIRMATIVE ACTION IN AOTEAROA NEW ZEALAND 1971–1981

Edited by Danny Keenan A history written from a Māori viewpoint covering customary and ancestral law, the natural world, Māori urban protest, customary language and more

Edited by Melani Anae with Lautofa (Ta) Iuli and Leilani Tamu

978-1-77550-009-4, 444 pages, softcover

A history of the Pacific rights and social activist movement, told by those who were there through interviews, memoirs and critical analysis

$49.99

978-1-77550-205-0, 176 pages, softcover $40.00

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Non-fiction: Biography

AND THE RESISTANCE OF PARIHAK A

TE WHITI O RONGOMAI

TE WHITI

O RONGOMAI AND TH E R E SISTANCE OF

PARIHAKA Danny Keenan

— Danny Keenan —

NON-FICTION

TE WHITI O RONGOMAI AND THE RESISTANCE OF PARIHAKA

HEKE-NUKU-MAINGA-IWI BUSBY: NOT HERE BY CHANCE

FRED GRAHAM CREATOR OF FORMS: TE TOHUNGA AUAHA

Danny Keenan

Jeff Evans

The story of Te Whiti, the establishment of Parihaka, the sacking of it in 1881 and the fate of its people 978-1-77550-195-4, 308 pages, softcover

In 1992, the double-hulled canoe Te Aurere sailed from New Zealand to the Cook Islands, supporting evidence of deliberate early Māori migrations. This book charts Hec Busby’s life and his undertaking of this trip.

Maria de Jong with Fred Graham Photographs by Geoff Dale

$45.00 e-book available

978-1-77550-169-5, 280 pages, softcover $45.00

A biography and retrospective of Fred Graham’s art work, including photographs of his work and essays by Jonathan Mane-Wheoki, Robert Jahnke and Jill Smith 978-1-77550-134-3, 188 pages, softcover $49.99

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NON-FICTION

Non-fiction: Biography

PAREKURA HOROMIA ‘KIA ORA, CHIEF!’

CROSSING THE FLOOR: THE STORY OF TARIANA TURIA

Wira Gardiner

Helen Leahy

This biography, based on interviews with Parekura Horomia’s family, friends and colleagues, celebrates the life and achievements of one of New Zealand’s well-known politicians and Māori leaders.

Family members, iwi leaders, social justice advocates and politicians share their experiences of Tariana Turia – a remarkable woman of courage and determination. 978-1-77550-163-3, 588 pages, softcover

Finalist, Te Haurongo — Biography, Ngā Kupu Ora Aotearoa Māori Book Awards, 2015

$45.00 e-book available

978-1-77550-162-6, 464 pages, softcover $45.00 e-book available

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Non-fiction: Culture

NON-FICTION

LIVING BY THE MOON: TE MARAMATAKA A TE WHĀNAU-ĀAPANUI Wiremu Tāwhai A book in te reo Māori and English that discusses the maramataka or lunar month according to Te Whānau-ā-Apanui traditional knowledge Winner, Edify Award for Best Educational Book, PANZ Book Design Awards, 2014 Winner, Best Resource in te reo Māori, CLNZ Educational Publishing Awards, 2014

THE SPIRIT OF MĀORI LEADERSHIP Selwyn Katene An analysis of traditional and contemporary Māori leadership styles and the attributes needed in future leaders Joint Winner, Best Resource in Tertiary Education, CLNZ Educational Publishing Awards, 2014 978-1-77550-121-3, 244 pages, softcover $45.00

FUTURE CHALLENGES FOR MĀORI: HE KŌRERO ANAMATA Edited by Selwyn Katene and Malcolm Mulholland Experts from law, medicine, business and social sciences discuss self-determination, the environment, Māori language, education, social and economic issues and governance. 978-1-77550-153-4, 256 pages, softcover $45.00

978-1-77550-124-4, 92 pages, softcover $25.00

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Non-fiction: Culture

MARAE: THE HEART OF MĀORI CULTURE

MĀORI CARVING: THE ART OF RECORDING MĀORI HISTORY

Huia Publishers and New Zealand Māori Arts and Crafts Institute

Huia Publishers and New Zealand Māori Arts and Crafts Institute

An illustrated guide to the functions of a marae, events held there and cultural understandings of marae custom and protocol, as well as a guide to pōwhiri

An image-rich book that describes the carving process, materials and tools used, strokes, patterns and regional styles and provides a guide to how to read carvings

978-1-77550-194-7, 64 pages, softcover

978-1-77550-191-6, 56 pages, softcover

$20.00

$20.00

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NON-FICTION

MĀORI WEAVING: THE ART OF CREATING MĀORI TEXTILES

GEOTHERMAL TREASURES: MĀORI LIVING WITH HEAT AND STEAM

Huia Publishers and New Zealand Māori Arts and Crafts Institute

Huia Publishers and New Zealand Māori Arts and Crafts Institute

An illustrated discussion of the place of weaving in Māori culture, the designs used, stories and concepts around it and the traditional and contemporary uses of weaving

Science, history and traditional knowledge and stories about the geysers, hot springs and mud pools of the thermal area accompanied with beautiful images 978-1-77550-193-0, 48 pages, softcover

978-1-77550-192-3, 44 pages, softcover

$20.00

$20.00

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Non-fiction: Culture

THE GAME BUTCHER: WILD ABOUT MEAT Darran Meates with Aaron Smale This illustrated book teaches you how to process pigs and deer and includes tips on knives, skinning and butchery. 978-1-86969-421-0, 172 pages, softcover $45.00

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Non-fiction: Indigenous and Post-colonial Studies

NON-FICTION

WAYFINDING LEADERSHIP: GROUNDBREAKING WISDOM FOR DEVELOPING LEADERS

A HIDDEN ECONOMY: MĀORI IN THE PRIVATISED MILITARY INDUSTRY

Dr Chellie Spiller, Hoturoa Barclay-Kerr and John Panoho

Maria Bargh Workers in the privatised military shed light on the industry, their role in it as Māori and its contribution to the Māori economy.

Traditional waka wayfinding skills are adapted to a model and practice of holistic, creative and intuitive leadership in business

978-1-77550-197-8, 172 pages, softcover

Best-seller at Te Matatini 2017

$45.00 e-book available

978-1-77550-211-1, 228 pages, softcover $45.00 e-book available

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NON-FICTION

Non-fiction: Indigenous and Post-colonial Studies

NGĀ TINI WHETŪ: NAVIGATING MĀORI FUTURES

MĀORI AND SOCIAL ISSUES NGĀ PAE O TE MĀRAMATANGA EDITED COLLECTIONS VOLUME ONE

Mason Durie Essays that explore issues and opportunities for Māori and pathways to achieve indigenous aspirations

Edited by Tracey McIntosh and Malcolm Mulholland

978-1-86969-452-4, 468 pages, softcover

Social scientists give a snapshot of the position of Māori compared with New Zealand society as a whole.

$49.99 e-book available

978-1-77550-002-5, 332 pages, softcover $45.00 e-book available

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Non-fiction: Indigenous and Post-colonial Studies

NON-FICTION

THE VALUE OF THE MĀORI LANGUAGE: TE HUA O TE REO MĀORI

HOME: HERE TO STAY NGĀ PAE O TE MĀRAMATANGA EDITED COLLECTIONS VOLUME THREE

NGĀ PAE O TE MĀRAMATANGA EDITED COLLECTIONS VOLUME TWO

Edited by Mere Kēpa, Marilyn McPherson and Linitā Manu’atu

Edited by Rawinia Higgins, Poia Rewi and Vincent Olsen-Reeder

A collection that explores migration, language preservation, homelessness, land retention, ageing and loss of home and the meaning of home

A discussion of how the Māori language is faring in education, media, texts and communities and what the aspirations for te reo are

978-1-77550-208-1, 228 pages, softcover

Winner, Te Reo Māori category, Ngā Kupu Ora Aotearoa Māori Book Awards, 2015

$45.00 e-book available

978-1-77550-141-1, 460 pages, softcover $45.00 e-book available

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NON-FICTION

Non-fiction: Indigenous and Post-colonial Studies

WHISPERS AND VANITIES: SAMOAN INDIGENOUS KNOWLEDGE AND RELIGION

MY LANGUAGE, MY INSPIRATION – THE STRUGGLE CONTINUES TŌKU REO, TŌKU OHOOHO– KA WHAWHAI TONU MĀTOU

Edited by Tamasailau Suaalii-Sauni This collection of academic essays and poetry, responding to an address by Samoa’s Head of State, challenges assumptions in modern Samoan indigenous religious culture.

Chris Winitana

978-1-77550-160-2, 412 pages, softcover

Tōku Reo, Tōku Ohooho: Winner, Ngā Kupu Ora Māori Book Awards, Te Reo Māori Category, 2011

A co-publication with Te Taura Whiri i te Reo Māori describing initiatives to revive the Māori language

$45.00 e-book available

Tōku Reo, Tōku Ohooho: Winner, Māori Language Award, New Zealand Post Book Awards, 2012 Te reo Māori and English editions available 978-1-86969-379-4 (English), 368 pages, softcover 978-1-86969-378-7 (te reo Māori), 448 pages, softcover $45.00 each

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Non-fiction: Indigenous and Post-colonial Studies

NON-FICTION

MĀORI AND THE ENVIRONMENT: KAITIAKI

COLONISING MYTHS – MĀORI REALITIES: HE RUKURUKU WHAKAARO

Edited by Rachael Selby, Pātaka Moore and Malcolm Mulholland

Ani Mikaere

Analysis of actions taken to preserve and restore the environment, demonstrating principles of kaitiakitanga – the Māori relationship of guardianship with the land

A discussion of the impact of Pākehā law and values on Māori legal thought and practice 978-1-86969-453-1, 372 pages, softcover

978-1-86969-402-9, 372 pages, softcover

$45.00 e-book available

$40.00

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Fiction: New Zealand Fiction

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Huia Short Stories 11 Contemporary Māori Fiction

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HUIA SHORT STORIES 11: CONTEMPORARY MĀORI FICTION

Whiti Hereaka Seventeen-year-olds Jez and Bugs make very different decisions to deal with being at the bottom of the heap in a small town.

Various authors The short stories and novel extracts from the 2015 Pikihuia Awards for Māori Writers 978-1-77550-204-3, 210 pages, softcover

Honour Award, Young Adult Fiction, New Zealand Post Book Awards for Children and Young Adults, 2014

$30.00 e-book available

Storylines Notable Book Award, Senior Fiction, 2014 978-1-77550-133-6, 248 pages, softcover $25.00 e-book available

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Fiction: New Zealand Fiction and Pacific Literature

ALBERT WENDT

I N TH E H E A RT O F AU C K L A ND T H E R E IS AN U R BA N TR I B E , H E L D TO G E T H E R BY SH AR E D LIFE TIMES, LOVE AND FIERCE LOYALT Y.

ANOTHER SPELLBINDING AND CHALLENGING NOVEL FROM THE ACCLAIMED ALBERT WENDT.

A LBERT WENDT

WHEN ONE OF THEIR OWN, AARON, IS KILLED, THE TRIBE MUST COME TOGE THER TO FACE A DANGEROUS AND DEADLY CRISIS. ARE THEIR B O ND S STRO NG E NO U G H TO WIT H STAN D TH E R EV E L AT I O NS A B O U T H I M , T H E T R U T H S THEY LEARN ABOUT EACH OTHER, AND THE INFIDELIT Y AND GREED THAT THREATENS TO P U L L TH E M A PA RT ?

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BREAKING CONNECTIONS

Katerina Te Heikōkō Mataira

Albert Wendt

A science-fantasy novel in te reo Māori about four teenagers who leave planet Rēhua on a quest to return to Earth

A novel about members of an urban tribe – their love and fierce loyalty and the crisis and truths that threaten their bonds

Winner, Te Tohu o Kupu Ora (Lifetime Achievement Award), Ngā Kupu Ora Māori Book Awards, 2012

978-1-77550-210-4, 348 pages, softcover $35.00 e-book available

Winner, Māori Language Award, New Zealand Post Book Awards, 2013 Winner, Te Tohu Pounamu, LIANZA Children’s Book Awards, 2013 Best-seller at Te Matatini, 2017 Te reo Māori edition only 978-1-77550-006-3, 396 pages, hardcover, audio DVD $35.00 e-book available

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FICTION

NGĀ WAITUHI O RĒHUA


Education: Language Learning

A MĀORI REFERENCE GRAMMAR

TIROHIA KIMIHIA: A MĀORI LEARNER DICTIONARY

Ray Harlow

Huia Publishers

A grammar reference for advanced learners, native speakers and teachers of te reo Māori

A learner dictionary written entirely in Māori for students in Māori medium schools and all learners of Māori language

E D U C AT I O N

Best-seller at Te Matatini 2017

Finalist, Montana New Zealand Book Awards 2007, Reference and Anthology Category

978-1-77550-203-6, 300 pages, softcover

1-86969-179-2, 260 pages, softcover

$45.00 e-book available

$20.00

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Education: Language Learning

FIRST READERS IN SĀMOAN FIRST READERS IN MĀORI

EVERYDAY WORDS IN MĀORI Māori translation by Huia Publishers

Translated into Sāmoan by Ainslie Chu Ling-So‘o

A colourful, fun picture dictionary and pronunciation guide for beginners in te reo Māori to encourage effective, long-term learning

A set of ten simple stories in Māori or Samoan with translations in English to learn numbers, colours, shapes, animal names and everyday sentences

978-1-86969-398-5, 48 pages, softcover

978-1-77550-154-1 (te reo Māori), 10 books (8–12 pages each), softcovers in a slip case

$20.00

978-1-77550-157-2 (Samoan), 10 books (8–12 pages each), softcovers in a slip case $40.00 each set

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FIRST THOUSAND WORDS IN MĀORI

Māori translation by Huia Publishers

Māori translation by Huia Publishers

A companion dictionary to the First Thousand Words in Māori, with clear illustrations and a guide to pronunciation and counting

A bright picture dictionary with a wealth of vocabularybuilding opportunities – Māori edition of the Usborne First Thousand Words series

978-1-86969-304-6, 40 pages, softcover

1-86969-239-x, 64 pages, softcover

$20.00

$20.00

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FIRST HUNDRED WORDS IN MĀORI


Children's Books: Picture Books

HAKA

WHITI TE RĀ! Patricia Grace

He rua pōuri te wāhi huna o te rangatira. He noho mataara, he whakarongo ki te haruru o ngā tapuwae o te hoariri. Āe, kāo rānei, ka rongo anō ia i ngā hihi o te rā.

Patricia Grace

Nā Andrew Burdan ngā pikitia

Mai i ēnei kōrero, i tito ai te rangatira i tōna haka, i a ‘Ka Mate’, he haka tuku iho mai i tēnā reanga ki tēnā reanga, ka mutu, he haka e mōhio whānuitia ana puta noa i te ao.

Illustrated by Andrew Burdan

Ka Mate’, ration,

WHITI TE RĀ!

HAKA

ning to rkness, ht again.

Patricia Grace

Patricia Grace

Whakarongo ake

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2/07/15 8:53 am

HAKA WHITI TE RĀ! Patricia Grace Illustrated by Andrew Burdan Translated by Kawata Teepa A picture book that tells the origin story of the haka ‘Ka Mate’ Haka: selected as a Storylines Notable Book, 2016 Haka: Finalist, Picture Book category, New Zealand Book Awards for Children and Young Adults, 2016 Whiti te Rā!: Winner, Te Kura Pounamu Award, New Zealand Book Awards for Children and Young Adults, 2016

CHILDREN’S BOOKS

Te reo Māori and English editions available 978-1-77550-207-4 (English), 32 pages, softcover 978-1-77550-209-8 (te reo Māori), 32 pages, softcover $25.00 each

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Children's Books: Picture Books

TAMANUI

TAMANUI

TE KŌKAKO MŌREHU O TARANAKI

THE BRAVE KŌKAKO OF TARANAKI

I te wā e haruru ana te ngahere o Taranaki i te reo kōkako, ka noho a Tamanui me tōna Whānau ki te haere i te ngahere ahakoa he aha. Kātahi ka tae mai a Kiore me Paihamu, ka noho mōrearea te ngahere.

NĀ REBECCA BEYER RĀUA KO LINLEY WELLINGTON

REBECCA BEYER AND LINLEY WELLINGTON

Ka tau he wā ko Tamanui anake te kōkako e ora ana, kātahi ia ka kawea ki tawhiti, ki tētahi wāhi hou, ki tētahi whānau hou.

nā Rebecca Beyer rāua ko Linley Wellington nā Andrew Burdan ngā pikitia

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TAMANUI: THE BRAVE KŌKAKO OF TARANAKI TAMANUI: TE KŌKAKO MŌREHU O TARANAKI Rebecca Beyer and Linley Wellington Illustrated by Andrew Burdan Translated by Kawata Teepa A beautiful picture book about the survival of the kōkako, based on a true story of the rescue of the last kōkako of Taranaki Tamanui Te Kōkako Mōrehu o Taranaki: Finalist, Te Kura Pounamu Award, New Zealand Book Awards for Children and Young Adults, 2016 Te reo Māori and English editions available 978-1-77550-206-7 (English), 32 pages, softcover 978-1-77550-221-0 (te reo Māori), 32 pages, softcover

CHILDREN’S BOOKS

$23.00 each

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Children's Books: Picture Books

KEYS NGĀ KĪ Sacha Cotter Illustrated by Josh Morgan Translated by Kawata Teepa Dad tells his daughter stories about what his keys unlock, from a zippenburger he drives to work to a paddock with a mammoth that eats yellow food Ngā Kī: Winner, Te Tohu Taurapa Award, Te Kura Pounamu category, LIANZA Children’s Book Awards, 2015 Ngā Kī: Winner, Māori Language Award, New Zealand Book Awards for Children and Young Adults, 2015

CHILDREN’S BOOKS

Ngā Kī: selected for the IBBY Honour List 2016 Keys: Finalist, Picture Book category, New Zealand Book Awards for Children and Young Adults, 2015 Te reo Māori and English editions available 978-1-77550-161-9 (English), 40 pages, softcover 978-1-77550-164-0 (te reo Māori), 40 pages, softcover $20.00 each

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Children's Books: Picture Books

SWIM: THE STORY OF HINEMOA AND TŪTĀNEKAI

RĀHUI Chris Szekely Illustrated by Malcolm Ross Translated by Brian Morris

TĀHOE: HE PAKIWAITARA MŌ HINEMOA RĀUA KO TŪTĀNEKAI

A picture book about cousins’ holidays in a rural Māori community and an event that leads to a rāhui

Retold by Chris Szekely Illustrated by Andrew Burdan Translated by Scotty Morrison

Winner, Picture Book category, New Zealand Post Children’s Book Awards, 2012

This beautifully illustrated picture book tells the traditional story of Hinemoa and Tūtānekai and how they overcame obstacles to be together forever.

Winner, Illustration Award – Russell Clark Award, LIANZA Children’s Book Awards, 2012 Winner, Librarians’ Choice Award, LIANZA Children’s Book Awards 2012

Swim and Tāhoe were selected for the Storylines Notable Book Award, Picture Book, 2014

Te reo Māori and English editions available

978-1-77550-079-7 (English), 32 pages, hardcover 978-1-77550-105-3 (te reo Māori), 32 pages, hardcover

978-1-86969-470-8 (English), 44 pages, hardcover 978-1-86969-471-5 (te reo Māori), 44 pages, hardcover

$24.00 each Audiobook available

$20.00 each

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CHILDREN’S BOOKS

Selected for the Storylines Notable Books List, 2012

Te reo Māori and English editions available


Children's Books: Picture Books

The Seven Stars of Marariki Te Huihui o Matariki Nä Toni Rolleston–Cummins ngä körero

Nä Nikki Slade-Robinson ngä pikitia Nä Hone Morris i whakamäori The Seven Stars of Marariki

by Toni Rolleston-Cummins

I töna kitenga atu kua ätahungia öna tuäkana e te ätaahuatanga o ëtahi wähine tokowhitu me tere äwhina atu te pötiki hïkaka a Mïtai i a rätou. Ko Te Huihui o Matariki he pakiwaitara mö te aroha, mö te mäkutu me te tähurahura e whakanui ana i a Matariki. He körero hoki mö te takenga mai o te kähui whetü nei.

Nä Toni Rolleston-Cummins ngä körero

The Seven Stars of Matariki By Toni Rolleston–Cummins

REMEMBER THAT NOVEMBER

THE SEVEN STARS OF MATARIKI

MAUMAHARA KI TĒRĀ NŌEMA

TE HUIHUI O MATARIKI Toni Rolleston-Cummins Illustrated by Nikki Slade-Robinson Translated by Hone Morris

Jennifer Beck Illustrated by Lindy Fisher Translated by Kawata Teepa

A picture book telling how, in Māori legend, Matariki/the Pleiades star cluster came into being

This richly illustrated picture book for children aged 5–8 tells the story of the invasion of Parihaka on 5 November 1881.

CHILDREN’S BOOKS

Illustrated by Nikki Slade-Robinson

by Toni Rolleston-Cummins

When he sees his brothers bewitched by seven beautiful women, the adventurous young Mïtai must step in. The Seven Stars of Matariki is a contemporary myth of love, magic and adventure that celebrates Matariki and tells how the star cluster came into being.

By Toni Rolleston-Cummins

Te reo Māori and English editions available

Finalist, Best Picture Book, New Zealand Post Children’s Book Awards, 2013

978-1-86969-327-5 (English), 28 pages, softcover 978-1-86969-330-5 (te reo Māori), 28 pages, softcover

Maumahara ki tērā Nōema: selected for the IBBY Honour List 2014

$13.00 each

Te reo Māori and English editions available 978-1-77550-010-0 (English), 32 pages, softcover 978-1-77550-011-7 (te reo Māori), 32 pages, softcover $20.00 each

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Children's Books: Graphic Novels

AROHANUI: REVENGE OF THE FEY

MEARIKI: THE QUEST FOR TRUTH

AROHANUI: TE UTU A NGĀI PAREHE

MEARIKI: TE RAPUNGA I TE PONO

Based on a script by Helen Pearse-Otene Illustrated by Andrew Burdan Translated by Kawata Teepa

Helen Pearse-Otene Illustrated by Andrew Burdan Translated by Kawata Teepa In this graphic novel, in The Matawehi Fables/Ngā Waituhi o Matawehi series, the slave Meariki journeys to rescue a chief’s daughter and finds her true destiny

A graphic novel, in The Matawehi Fables/Ngā Waituhi o Matawehi series, about two hostile tribes and their struggles due to the hard bargain they enter into

Meariki: The Quest for Truth: Winner, Edify Award for Best Educational Book, PANZ Book Design Awards, 2015

978-1-77550-166-4 (English), 44 pages, softcover 978-1-77550-190-9 (te reo Māori), 44 pages, softcover

Te reo Māori and English editions available

$25.00 each

978-1-77550-171-8 (English), 52 pages, softcover 978-1-77550-189-3 (te reo Māori), 52 pages, softcover $25.00 each

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CHILDREN’S BOOKS

Te reo Māori and English editions available


Children's Books: Māori Translations

KAUA E TUKU MĀ TE KUKUPA TE PAHI E TARAIWA! Mo Willems Translated by Kawata Teepa A pigeon pleads, wheedles and reasons to try to get children to agree to it driving the bus in this translation of Don’t Let the Pigeon Drive the Bus! 978-1-77550-223-4, 40 pages, softcover

CHILDREN’S BOOKS

$20.00

KEI HEA TAKU MĀMĀ? Julia Donaldson Illustrated by Axel Scheffler Translated by Brian Morris A te reo Māori translation of Monkey Puzzle where monkey is lost and butterfly tries to help find his mum but keeps getting it wrong Te reo Māori edition only 978-1-77550-167-1, 32 pages, softcover $20.00

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TE TANGURUHAU Julia Donaldson Illustrated by Axel Scheffler Translated by Brian Morris Children can now take a walk with the clever little mouse in te reo Māori in this translation of The Gruffalo. Te reo Māori edition only 978-1-77550-126-8, 32 pages, softcover $20.00 Audiobook available


Children's Books: Māori Translations

TE ANUHE TINO HIAKAI

KEI REIRA NGĀ WERIWERI

TE MĪHINI ITI KŌWHAI

Eric Carle Translated by Brian Morris

Maurice Sendak Translated by Te Tumatakuru O’Connell

This is The Very Hungry Caterpillar translated into te reo Māori with the same illustrations and simple, fun story.

A te reo Māori translation of Where the Wild Things Are, retaining Maurice Sendak’s illustrations and imaginative, lively story

Betty Gilderdale Illustrated by Alan Gilderdale Translated by Brian Morris

Te reo Māori edition only

Te reo Māori edition only

978-1-77550-048-3, 28 pages, softcover

978-1-77550-111-4, 48 pages, softcover

$20.00 Audiobook available

$24.00 Audiobook available

A little digger gets stuck in the mud in the classic The Little Yellow Digger, which is now available in this Māori-language translation. Te reo Māori edition only 978-1-77550-138-1, 32 pages, softcover

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CHILDREN’S BOOKS

$20.00 Audiobook available


CHILDREN’S BOOKS

Children's Books: Māori Translations

KEI TE KĪHINI O TE PŌ

NĀ WAI TE WAKA I TOTOHU?

TE HAERE KI TE RAPU PEA

Maurice Sendak Translated by Brian Morris

Pamela Allen Translated by Kawata Teepa

A te reo Māori translation of In the Night Kitchen, where we follow Mickey on his quest for milk for the batter

A cow, donkey, sheep, pig and mouse go out in a dinghy with disastrous results. A te reo Māori translation of Who Sank the Boat?

Michael Rosen Illustrated by Helen Oxenbury Translated by Kawata Teepa

Te reo Māori edition only

Te reo Māori edition only

978-1-77550-112-1, 40 pages, softcover

978-1-77550-170-1, 32 pages, softcover

Te reo Māori edition only

$24.00 Audiobook available

$18.00

978-1-77550-044-5, 40 pages, softcover

The picture book We’re Going on a Bear Hunt translated into te reo Māori with all the rhythm and sounds of the original story

$20.00 Audiobook available

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Children's Books: Samoan Translations

‘O LE NOFOAGA ‘OLO‘O IAI MEAOLA UIGA‘ESE

‘O LE KETAPILA MATUĀ FIA‘AI

Maurice Sendak Translated by Ainslie Chu Ling-So‘o

Eric Carle Translated by Ainslie Chu Ling-So‘o

A Samoan-language version of the classic Where the Wild Things Are about Max’s adventure to the land of the Wild Things

A Samoan-language version of the ever-popular The Very Hungry Caterpillar about a little caterpillar’s amazing feast

Samoan edition only

Samoan edition only

978-1-77550-140-4, 48 pages, softcover

978-1-77550-139-8, 28 pages, softcover

$24.00

$20.00

CHILDREN’S BOOKS

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MITCHELL, Hilary and John; Te Tau Ihu o Te Waka: A History of Māori of Nelson and Marlborough Volume I: Te Tangata me te Whenua – The People and the Land 1-86969-087-7, $45

BACKLIST Non-fiction BARGH, Maria (editor); Māori and Parliament: Diverse Strategies and Compromises 978-1-86969-405-0, $25, available in e-book format

MITCHELL, Hilary and John; Te Tau Ihu o Te Waka: A History of Māori of Nelson and Marlborough Volume II: Te Ara Hou – The New Society 978-1-86969-294-0, $45

BARGH, Maria (editor); Resistance: An Indigenous Response to Neoliberalism 978-1-86969-286-5, $40

MOFFAT, Andrew; Flashback: Tales and Treasures of Taranaki 978-1-86969-482-1, $55

BISHOP, Russell and Mere Berryman; Culture Speaks: Cultural Relationships and Classroom Learning 1-86969-279-9, $45, available in e-book format

MOON, Paul; Victoria Cross at Takrouna: The Haane Manahi Story 978-1-86969-420-3, $25

DURIE, Mason; Ngā Kāhui Pou: Launching Māori Futures 978-1-77550-051-3 EPUB, 978-1-77550-058-2 Kindle, available in e-book format only

MULHOLLAND, Malcolm and Veronica Tawhai (editors); Weeping Waters: The Treaty of Waitangi and Constitutional Change 978-1-86969-404-3, $45

EVANS, Miriama and Ranui Ngarimu; The Eternal Thread: The Art of Māori Weaving Photographs by Norman Heke 1-86969-161-X, $45

MUTU, Margaret; The State of Māori Rights 978-1-86969-437-1, $45, available in e-book format

HUATA, Ngātai (editor); Ngā Taumata: A Portrait of Ngāti Kahungunu 1870–1906 1-86969-033-8, $20

O’MALLEY, Vincent and David Armstrong; The Beating Heart: A Political and Socio-economic History of Te Arawa 978-1-86969-307-7, $15

JOHNSTONE, Ian and Michael Powles (editors); New Flags Flying: Pacific Leadership 978-1-77550-013-1, $40, CD included, available in e-book format

SOLE, Tony; Ngāti Ruanui: A History 1-86969-180-6, $30 TOMLINS-JAHNKE, Huia and Malcolm Mulholland (editors); Mana Tangata: Politics of Empowerment 978-1-86969-480-7, $45, available in e-book format

MCCARTHY, Dr Patrick; Quit: Say Goodbye to Smoking 978-1-77550-063-6, $35, CD included, available in e-book format

Fiction

BACKLIST

MCCARTHY, Dr Patrick; Relax: Say Goodbye to Anxiety and Panic 978-1-77550-045-2, $35, CD included, available in e-book format

GEORGE, James; Ocean Roads 1-86969-237-3, $25 HEREAKA, Whiti; The Graphologist’s Apprentice 978-1-86969-422-7, $25, available in e-book format

MEAD, Hirini Moko and June Te Rina Mead; People of the Land: Images and Māori Proverbs of Aotearoa New Zealand 978-1-86969-403-6, $30

Huia Short Stories 9 978-1-86969-475-3, $20, available in e-book format

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Huia Short Stories 10: Contemporary Māori Fiction 978-1-77550-135-0, $30, available in e-book format

DREWERY, Melanie; Ngā Rongoā a Koro Nā Sabrina Malcolm ngā pikitia Nā Kararaina Uatuku i whakamāori 1-86969-103-2, $13

MILA, Karlo; Dream Fish Floating 1-86969-128-8, $15, available in e-book format

GABEL, Ngareta; Oh Hogwash, Sweet Pea! Illustrated by Astrid Jensen and Ali Teo 1-877283-96-7, $17, available as a Q Book

Ngā Pakiwaitara a Huia 3 1-877241-47-4, $20, available only from HUIA RENÉE; The Skeleton Woman: A Romance 1-877283-16-9, $20, available only from HUIA, available in e-book format

Hautipua Rererangi Nā Julian Arahanga ngā kōrero mō tēnei o ngā pukapuka Nā Andrew Burdan ngā pikitia Nā Hareruia Aperahama i whakamāori 978-1-77550-007-0, $25

SWEET, Mark; Zhu Mao 978-1-86969-479-1, $30, available in e-book format TAWHAI, Alice; Dark Jelly 978-1-86969-476-0, $30, available in e-book format

HUIA Publishers; Ngarimu Te Tohu Toa Nā Andrew Burdan ngā pikitia 978-1-77550-008-7, $25

WENDT, Albert; Ancestry 978-1-77550-037-7, $35, available in e-book format

HUIA Publishers; Victory at Point 209 Illustrated by Andrew Burdan 978-1-77550-005-6, $25

WENDT, Albert; The Adventures of Vela 978-1-86969-363-3, $25, available in e-book format

REEDY, Mokena Potae; Timo and the Kingfish Illustrated by Jim Byrt 978-1-77550-046-9, $20

Drama GRACE-SMITH, Briar; Purapurawhetū Translated by Te Ohorere Kaa and Wiremu Kaa; 978-1-77550-043-8, $20, te reo Māori edition

REEDY, Mokena Potae; Timo Te Kaihī Ika Nā Jim Byrt ngā pikitia 978-1-77550-047-6, $20

GRACE-SMITH, Briar; Purapurawhetū 0-908975-78-3, $20, English edition

TIPENE, Tim; Te Taniwha i te Kura Nā Henry Campbell ngā pikitia 1-877266-53-1, $15, available only from HUIA

GRACE-SMITH, Briar; When Sun and Moon Collide 978-1-86969-316-9, $18 KOUKA, Hone; Waiora 0-908975-27-9, $20

Children’s Books BAKER, Tihema; Watched 978-1-77550-168-8, $25, available in e-book format

BACKLIST

Born to Fly Story as told by Julian Arahanga Illustrated by Andrew Burdan 978-1-77550-004-9, $25

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Haere ki te Rapu Pea, Te

INDEX OF TITLES

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Haka42 Adventures of Vela, The

53

Hautipua Rererangi

53

Aitaka a Tāne, He

22

Heke-nuku-mai-nga-iwi Busby

27

Ako Pānui

10

Hidden Economy, A

33

Ako Pānui Pukapuka Mahi 1

10

Hīkoi24

Ancestry53

Home35

Anuhe Tino Hiakai, Te

Huia Histories of Māori

26

Arohanui47

Huia Short Stories 9

52

Awatea's Treasure

14

Huia Short Stories 10

53

52

Huia Short Stories 11

38

5

Huia Short Stories 12

22

Born to Fly

53

Huihui o Matariki, Te

46

Breaking Connections

39

Kāhui Pou, Ngā

52

Kaihanga Māpere, He

11

Bugs38

Kaua e Tuku mā te Kukupa te Pahi e Taraiwa!

48

Colonising Myths – Māori Realities

37

Kei Hea Taku Māmā?

48

Contested Ground

25

Kei Hea te Hipi Kākāriki?

15

Critical Conversations about Kaupapa Māori

19

Kei Reira ngā Weriweri

49

Crossing the Floor

28

Kei te Kīhini o te Pō

50

Culture Speaks

52

Keys44

Dark Jelly

53

Kī, Ngā

44

Dream Fish Floating

53

Living by the Moon

29

Eternal Thread, The

52

Maea te Toi Ora

18

Everyday Words in Māori

41

Mana Tangata

52

First Flight

13

Māori and Parliament

52

First Hundred Words in Māori

41

Māori and Social Issues

34

First Readers in Māori

41

Māori and the Environment

37

First Readers in Sāmoan

41

Māori Criminology and Justice

20

First Thousand Words in Māori

41

Beating Heart, The Black Ice Matter

49

Bud.e9

Māori Carving

30

Flashback52

Māori Reference Grammar, A

40

Fred Graham Creator of Forms

27

Māori Weaving

31

Future Challenges for Māori

29

Marae30

Game Butcher, The

32

Marble Maker, The

11

Geothermal Treasures

31

Mataatua Wharenui

16

Graphologist’s Apprentice, The

52

Matapihi ki Tōku Ao Pukapuka Mahi, Te

54

7


Matariki3

Swim

Maumahara ki tērā Nōema

46

Tāhoe45

Meariki47

Tamanui43

Mīhini Iti Kōwhai, Te

49

Tangi ana te Pere

12

My Language, My Inspiration

36

Tanguruhau, Te

48

My World Travel Activity Book

7

45

Taniwha i te Kura, Te

53

Nā Wai Te Waka I Totohu?

50

Tau Ihu o Te Waka, Volume I, Te

52

New Flags Flying

52

Tau Ihu o Te Waka, Volume II, Te

52

Ngārara Huarau

13

Taumata, Ngā

52

Ngarimu Te Tohu Toa

53

Tautai4

Ngāti Kahu

21

Te Whiti o Rongomai and the Resistance of Parihaka 27

Ngāti Ruanui

52

Tikanga Māori

Ocean Roads

52

Timo and the Kingfish

Oh Hogwash, Sweet Pea!

53

Timo te Kaihī Ika

53

‘O le Ketapila Matuā Fia‘ai

51

Tini Whetū, Ngā

34

‘O le Nofoaga ‘olo‘o iai Meaola Uiga‘ese

51

Tirohia Kimihia

40

Pakiwaitara a Huia 3, Ngā

53

Tōku Ao

Parekura Horomia ‘Kia Ora, Chief!’

28

Tōku Reo, Tōku Ohooho

People of the Land

52

Tōku Whenua

Point of Order, Mr Speaker?

17

Tuna and Hiriwa

Polynesian Panthers

26

4 53

6 36 7 12

Tuna rāua ko Hiriwa

12

Purapurawhetū53

Value of the Māori Language, The

35

Quit52

Victoria Cross at Takrouna

52

Rāhui45

Victory at Point 209

53

Relax52

Wāhi i te Puruma, He

15

Remember That November

Waiora53

46

Resistance52

Waituhi o Rēhua, Ngā

Rona14

Watched53

Rongoā a Koro, Ngā

53

Wayfinding Leadership

33

Seven Stars of Matariki, The

46

Weeping Waters

52

Skeleton Woman, The

53

When Sun and Moon Collide

53

Spirit of Māori Leadership, The

29

When the Bell Rings

12

State of Māori Rights, The

52

Whispers and Vanities

36

Stories on the Four Winds

5

39

Whiti te Rā!

42

Struggle for Māori Fishing Rights, The

24

Words Between Us

25

Su’esu’e Manogi

23

Zhu Mao

53

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