Huia Catalogue 2020–2021

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e u g o l a t a C 2020/2021


The year 2021 marks thirty years for Huia Publishers. As we reflect on the past three decades, we admire Robyn Bargh’s vision for Māori publishing. From humble beginnings and against all odds, with courage and determination, she set the foundations for the enterprise we have today: Huia Publishers. Our purpose has always been clear, simple and uncompromising. We want to publish stories that resonate, that reflect our experiences and that value our culture and language. To this extent, Robyn succeeded in her vision because over the last thirty years, we have published over one thousand books and over four hundred Māori authors. Books have always been a wellspring of entertainment and escape. But we believe our HUIA books are much more than that. We hope that our children’s books have aided the development of our tamariki. We hope that our young adult books have been a valued source of both information and inspiration to explore our world and discover new ones. We hope that our academic titles have inspired the next wave of language champions, social justice campaigners and politically astute Māori leaders. We hope that our histories have offered new insights into te ao Māori and provided an important record of our diverse realities and world views. We hope that our iwi stories have been a source of pride for our people. And we hope that we have done this with Māori perspectives in mind. With mātauranga Māori in mind. With Māori language in mind. And of course, we hope our stories have entertained you.

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We are proud of our legacy. We value all the Māori authors we have had the privilege to publish. There are unrecognised and unmeasured benefits to our long-term investment in Māori writers, illustrators, editors, designers and the wider education sector. Over the years, we have devoted our efforts to raising our collective awareness about kaupapa Māori. We have done this with the help of many hands. HUIA has employed and collaborated with hundreds of skilled and talented people who have contributed to this remarkable legacy, and we would like to pay tribute to them. Thank you. As we prepare for the next thirty years, we consider what attributes we want to take forward. Mātauranga Māori and te reo Māori are ever at the forefront of our thinking. As we adapt to changing times and new technology, we will still want to share with you vital stories, picture books that inspire and delight, and critical thinking and innovative ideas from our leading academics. Perhaps we will explore further … and take our indigenous storytelling to new and unfamiliar shores. One thing that remains certain is that we would like you to join us on this journey.

Huia tū rae, Huia tītama Huia kaimanawa Te Rau o te Huia. Eboni Waitere Executive Director

Brian Morris Executive Director

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CONTENTS

01 11 17 Upcoming

New Titles

Non-fiction

27 29 34 Fiction

Education

Children's Books

46 48 50 Backlist

Index of Titles

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BEN NGAIA

NĀ LAYA MUTTON-ROGERS NGĀ PIKITIA

BEN NGAIA

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N GA K E M E W H ĀTA I TA I N Ā L AYA M U T TO N - R O G E R S N G Ā P I K I T I A 13/01/21 10:24 AM

NGAKE ME WHĀTAITAI

SUMMER 2021

TE URUURU WHENUA O NGĀTOROIRANGI SUMMER 2021

Ben Ngaia Illustrated by Laya Mutton-Rogers

Chris Winitana Illustrated by Laya Mutton-Rogers

This is a traditional story told in te reo Māori from the perspective of the Kāhui Maunga people about Ngake and Whātaitai. These two taniwha inhabited Te Whanganui-a-Tara, Wellington Harbour, long before the ancestral migrations. The story tells how the shape and landscape of Wellington, its harbour and the Lower Hutt area came about because of the actions of Ngake and Whātaitai.

This is the story of the arrival of Ngātoroirangi in Aotearoa and his exploration of the landscape and subduing of kaitiaki, such as the guardian of Tarawera, Tamaohoi; the guardian of water on Kaingaroa, Torepatutai; and the King of the Patupaiarehe, fairy folk, Ririō. This adventure story traces the places Ngātoroirangi travelled through, such as Te Whārua o Ngātoroirangi, where his footprints are still visible in the land today.

Ben Ngaia (Te Āti Awa) is Executive Director Development at Te Wānanga o Aotearoa, overseeing the design and development of new educational programmes. Before joining the wānanga, he worked in government, education and iwi development. He is also a teacher and historian of Māori language and tikanga in his hapū and iwi. Laya Mutton-Rogers is a freelance illustrator who enjoys making fictional worlds come to life, especially in science fiction, fantasy and comic illustrations.

Chris Winitana (Ngāti Tūwharetoa, Ngāi Tūhoe) is a Māori language and custom consultant, writer and journalist, a music and television producer and a facilitator of advanced Māori theosophy and practitionership programmes. He has been actively involved in revitalisation of the Māori language, having taught at various levels and written many literacy resources and books. Laya Mutton-Rogers is a freelance illustrator who enjoys making fictional worlds come to life, especially in science fiction, fantasy and comic illustrations. 1


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THE SURVIVAL OF MĀORI AS A PEOPLE: A COLLECTION OF PAPERS BY EMERITUS PROFESSOR WHATARANGI WINIATA

WINTER 2021

Whatarangi Winiata and Daphne Luke These papers discuss Māori spirituality, social development, education and political affairs over the last forty years. They include Dr Winiata’s thinking about the Hāhi Mihinare; the iwi development programme Whakatupuranga Rua Mano and foundation of the first contemporary whare wānanga; working with the New Zealand Māori Council to hold the Crown accountable over fisheries, forestry, language and broadcasting; and co-founding the Māori Party with Dame Tariana Turia and Sir Pita Sharples. The papers are organised over four themes of iwi Māori, mātauranga Māori, tino rangatiratanga, and the survival and wellbeing of Māori people, and include contemporary insights offering solutions to today’s challenges. Dr Whatarangi Winiata (Ngāti Raukawa) is Te Ahorangi o Ngā Purutanga Mauri at Te Wānanga o Raukawa in Ōtaki and founder of this first contemporary wānanga. He is a Waitangi Tribunal claimant, researcher, writer, lecturer and governor and has advocated for sixty years on behalf of Māori people, including thirty years with Te Hāhi Mihinare, fifteen years with the New Zealand Māori Council and as the inaugural president of the Māori Party. Daphne Luke (Rongomaiwahine, Ngāti Kahungunu) is a professional director and trustee, kaupapa Māori researcher and writer, and a Māori wellbeing and economic development practitioner and is undertaking a PhD at Massey University.

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HE KUPU TAURANGI: TREATY SETTLEMENTS AND THE FUTURE OF AOTEAROA NEW ZEALAND

WINTER 2021

Christopher Finlayson and James Christmas Between 2008 and 2017, an unprecedented number of Treaty of Waitangi settlements were completed with iwi and hapū. As Minister for Treaty of Waitangi Negotiations, Christopher Finlayson led this work on behalf of the Crown. In doing so, he gained unique insights into the elements of successful negotiations and developed ground-breaking legal innovations that enabled settlements to be reached. He Kupu Taurangi looks at the challenges and successes of the Treaty settlements and covers themes including apologies, financial and cultural redress, natural resources, co-governance and the establishment of legal entities. The authors also look ahead to consider how to ensure Treaty settlements last the distance and what the next steps are in the Treaty relationship between Māori and the Crown. The Honourable Christopher Finlayson QC BA LLM HON. LLD was elected as a National Party Member of Parliament in 2005 and served as Attorney-General and Minister for Treaty Negotiations (2008–17), Minister for Arts, Culture and Heritage (2008–14), Associate Minister for Māori Development (2011–17) and Minister for the New Zealand Security Intelligence Service and Government Communications Security Bureau (2014–17). He retired from Parliament in 2018 to return to legal practice. James Christmas MA LLB is a barrister who was senior ministerial advisor to Christopher Finlayson (2011–16) and to Prime Ministers Sir John Key and Sir Bill English (2016–17).

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LET THEIR LIGHT SO SHINE:

MORMON LEADERS IN NEW ZEALAND VOLUME 3 Edited by Selwyn Katene Let Their Light So Shine contains the stories of twelve Mormon leaders in New Zealand: Matene Rutatenga, James Elkington, William Roberts, Steve Watene, Pateriki Te Rei, Ian Garry, Kenneth Palmer, Nitama Paewai, Geoffrey Garlick, Ben Couch, Douglas Martin and Te Puoho Katene. Moving from the 1800s to 2010, the stories of these leaders, told by their descendants, record their experiences within the Church, their communities and their families. This is the third book in the series about early leaders in the Mormon Church in New Zealand, following Turning the Hearts of the Children and By Their Fruits You Will Know Them. Dr Selwyn Katene (Ngāti Toa, Ngāti Tūwharetoa, Ngā Ruahine and Ngāti Tama) is a writer and a fifth-generation Mormon. He has previously published two books about Māori Mormon leaders in New Zealand and books on Māori leadership and scholarship, including, Point of Order, Mr Speaker?, Fire that Kindles Hearts, Spirit of Māori Leadership and Future Challenges for Māori: He Kōrero Anamata.

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WHETŪ TOA AND THE

STEPH MATUKU

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HUNT FOR RAMSES ILLUSTRATED BY KATHARINE HALL

WHETŪ TOA AND THE HUNT FOR RAMSES

WINTER 2021

Steph Matuku Illustrated by Katharine Hall

FALLING INTO RAROHENGA Steph Matuku

WINTER 2021

Whetū is about to leave the magician’s farm and start school again, but the animals aren’t happy about this and start misbehaving. Ramses, the golden ram, disappears completely. Has he been stolen or has he run away? Whetū and Tori, the cat, travel across the universe to find him and encounter parallel worlds where odd things happen on the farm. Finally, they discover Ramses has been enslaved by an evil magician. So, Whetū and Tori come up with a clever plan to free Ramses, escape the wicked magician and return home. Whetū Toa and the Hunt for Ramses is the second book in the Whetū Toa series.

Twins Tui and Kae learn their mum, Maia, has been kidnapped by their estranged father, Tema, and taken to Rarohenga, the Māori underworld. Setting out to rescue her, they enter the mysterious lower levels of this world where they outwit a Taniwha, escape a zombie dog and restart their journey after Tui loses her memory. Reaching a clockwork city, they find their mother enchanted and unwilling to leave. Just as Tui finds a way to break the spell, the goddess Hinekōruru appears and unleashes her fury over the portal between the underworld and the living being opened. Now, the twins must use speed and cunning to outrun Tema, outsmart Hinekōruru and reach the world of the living before the goddess takes her revenge on them all.

Steph Matuku (Ngāti Tama, Ngāti Mutunga, Te Āti Awa) is a writer of fiction and non-fiction, including stories, scripts and articles. Her previous two books are Flight of the Fantail and Whetū Toa and the Magician.

Steph Matuku (Ngāti Tama, Ngāti Mutunga, Te Āti Awa) is a writer of fiction and non-fiction, including stories, scripts and articles. Her previous two books are Flight of the Fantail and Whetū Toa and the Magician.

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THE GREATEST HAKA FESTIVAL ON EARTH MOKOPUNA MATATINI Pania Tahau-Hodges Illustrated by Story Hemi-Morehouse It’s national kapa haka competition time again, and this Māori performing arts festival is a big event! It needs planning, tactics and dedication – and that’s just for the people watching! Nan’s a hardcore kapa haka follower, and she shows her mokopuna all the tricks to get the best seats, find the choicest pāua fritters, hunt out the coolest poi, pounamu and glittery moko, and meet the star performers. And all along, Nan’s keeping a secret that’s only revealed when the star performer does Nan’s amazing signature poi move – and her group wins the competition. Pania Tahau-Hodges (Ngāti Tūwharetoa/Ngāti Tūtemohuta, Tūhoe) is Publishing Manager at Huia Publishers and has worked as a writer, editor and resource developer in English and Māori languages for more than twenty years. In 2015, she was awarded an internship in Frankfurt supported by the Publishers Association of New Zealand, the Frankfurt Book Fair and Creative New Zealand. This is Pania’s second picture book, following co-writing Santa’s Worst Christmas, Te Kirihimete i Whakakorea. Story Hemi-Morehouse is a freelance illustrator and writer for children's media. Te reo Māori and English editions will be available.

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A HISTORY OF ST JOSEPH’S MĀORI GIRLS’ COLLEGE

WINTER 2021

Malcolm Mulholland This is the history of St Joseph’s Māori Girls’ College, the second oldest Māori boarding school, which was started by the Sisters of Our Lady of the Mission in 1868. Grounded in the values of whānaungatanga, leadership, Māoritanga, religion and academic achievement, the school has given rise to numerous Māori trailblazers in a variety of fields. But success has not come without its challenges: the college has had to respond to anti-Catholic and anti-French sentiments, financial struggles, bureaucracy, and views about the education of Māori women and their place in society. This book brings the college history together with recollections of former pupils, staff and whānau. At its core, it is a story of sisterhood. Dr Malcolm Mulholland (Ngāti Kahungunu) is a senior researcher at Te Pūtahi-a-Toi, School of Māori Studies, Massey University. He is the author of Beneath the Māori Moon: An Illustrated History of Māori Rugby and co-editor of Kaitiaki: Māori and the Environment, Weeping Waters: The Treaty of Waitangi and Constitutional Change and Mana Tangata: Politics of Empowerment.

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TE HIAKAI TANGATA: THE TANIWHA OF TUARĀ-RANGAIA KO TE HIAKAI TANGATA: TE TANIWHA O TUARĀ-RANGAIA Hirini Moko Mead When people start disappearing, no one suspects a man-eating taniwha until a chief sees the taniwha Te Hiakai steal his son away. The hapū in the surrounding area band together with plans to kill Te Hiakai. But every elaborate attempt fails, and each time they are left humiliated. While the young men vie for the glory of catching Te Hiakai and for the attention of the beautiful Princess Pōhutukawa, the children want the taniwha for their pet. Inspired by the children’s care for the taniwha, Pōhutukawa calmly confronts Te Hiakai and finds out its true nature. First published in 1999, this is a revised edition for the next generation of young people to enjoy. Sir Hirini Moko Mead (Ngāti Awa, Ngāti Tūwharetoa, Tūhourangi) is a prominent Māori writer and commentator. Author of over seventy books, papers and articles, he was Foundation Professor of Māori Studies at Victoria University and was closely involved in establishing Te Whare Wānangā o Awanuiārangi. A scholar of rare expertise in Māori language, culture and history, he was made a Distinguished Companion of the New Zealand Order of Merit in 2007 for his services to Māori and to education, which became a knighthood in 2009. Te reo Māori and English editions will be available.

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BUTCHERBIRD Cassie Hart

WINTER 2021

HINE AND THE TOHUNGA PORTAL

WINTER 2021

Ataria Rangipikitia Sharman When Jena Benedict learns her grandmother Rose is dying, it’s her last chance to find out what really happened on that dark, fiery night twenty years ago when her family died. The night the birds came. Rose’s carer, Will, has his own tragic history and obsession with the supernatural, and he and Jena set out to reveal the truth. When an old pocket-watch is unearthed and a malevolent entity from the past is unleashed, Jena must embrace the power of the birds to defeat this evil. Cassie Hart (Kāi Tahu) is an author of short stories and novels. She received the Sir Julius Vogel Best Anthology award and has been a finalist in the Australian Shadow Awards for Best Short Story. She was a participant in the 2018 Te Papa Tupu writing programme, where she worked on Butcherbird.

In this fantasy adventure story inspired by Māori mythology, Hine and Hōhepa unwittingly fall into a portal to an ancient realm where gods, moa, patupaiarehe and taniwha roam. Hōhepa is captured by sorcerer Kae, who is building an army of cursed animals to dominate the spirit realm. Hine finds herself in a village of women with special powers who are working to defeat Kae. Between them, Hine and Hōhepa gain the support of the Kea tribe and Patupaiarehe to fight Kae, find the medicine to transform the cursed animals, realise the powers they have, and, ultimately, find a way to reopen the portal and return home. Ataria Rangipikitia Sharman (Ngāpuhi, Tapuika) has an MA in Māori Studies and is a writer, researcher, Kaiwāwāhi Kaupapa Māori of the Pantograph Punch and is creator of AwaWahine.com. Her writing has been published on E-Tangata and her poetry featured in ‘IHO’, an exhibition about Māori hair.

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MY MUM IS QUEEN OF THE ROAD KO TŌKU MĀMĀ TE KUINI O TE RORI Jennifer Beck Illustrated by Lisa Allen Translated by Kawata Teepa Ari and Isabella love playing with trucks and diggers, making roads in the sandpit. Ari’s mum and dad work repairing the roads, and Ari is convinced his mum is the Queen of the Road. Isabella is not so sure as Ari’s mum doesn’t wear fancy clothes, doesn’t wear a crown or diamonds and doesn’t sit on a throne. Isabella is puzzled until Ari reveals that when his mum turns her sign to Go, everyone cheers and waves at her – just like a queen. Jennifer Beck is an award-winning author of more than forty children’s books. Her books have been recognised at the Moonbeam Children’s Book Awards, the New Zealand Post Children’s Book Awards and have been included in the Storylines Notable Books List. She was Children’s Writer in Residence at the College of Education, University of Otago, in 2015, and she received an ONZM for services to literature in 2015. Lisa Allen is a freelance illustrator and designer and mostly works in children's book illustration and design. Te reo Māori and English editions will be available.

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THE SMELLY GIANT TIO TIAMU Kurahau Illustrated by Laya Mutton-Rogers In this picture book, gentle, clever Tio Tiamu grows huge, and his feet smell. The bigger he gets the worse the smell and the lonelier he becomes. Everyone teases him, people avoid him, and finally they send him to live far away. But Tio Tiamu never loses his kind heart and keeps helping his people, and at last, in a crisis, they see his goodness. Kurahau has worked in education for a number of years. Having written many non-fiction publications, this is Kurahau’s first fictional bilingual story for children. Kurahau enjoys food: growing it, gathering it, preparing it, sharing it with others and especially, of course, eating it. In between, Kurahau is a champion of te reo and tikanga Māori and embraces the ideal of a world that shows care towards people, animals and the environment. Laya Mutton-Rogers is a freelance illustrator who enjoys making fictional worlds come to life, especially in science fiction, fantasy and comic illustrations. Tio Tiamu: Winner, Te Kura Pounamu Award for Te Reo Māori, New Zealand Book Awards for Children and Young Adults, 2020 The Smelly Giant: Finalist: Best First Book Award (Laya Mutton-Rogers), New Zealand Book Awards for Children and Young Adults, 2020 Te reo Māori and English editions available. 978-1-77550-356-9 (English) 978-1-77550-355-2 (Māori)

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THE PŌRANGI BOY

GODDESS MUSCLE

Shilo Kino

Karlo Mila

Twelve-year-old Niko lives in Pohe Bay, a small, rural town with a sacred hot spring and a taniwha named Taukere. The government wants to build a prison over the home of the taniwha. Niko wants to stop it, but he’s just a kid everyone thinks is crazy, pōrangi. He’s the one who’s laughed at and bullied. Who’s going to listen to him? Niko needs to convince his community that the taniwha is real, stop the prison from being built and stand up to the bullies.

This long-awaited collection from award-winning poet Karlo Mila spans work written over a decade. The poems are personal and political, tracing the effects of racism, poverty, violence, climate change and power on Pasifika peoples, Aotearoa and beyond. They also focus on the microcosm – the ending of a marriage, the hope of new relationships, and the daily politics of being a partner, woman and mother. The poetry explores identity, culture, community and belonging with a voice that does not shy away from difficult issues.

Shilo Kino (Ngā Puhi, Tainui) is a journalist. She worked for Marae and has had her work published in the New Zealand Herald, The Spinoff, The Pantograph Punch, Stuff and Huia Short Stories collections and was a participant in the 2018 Te Papa Tupu writing programme. Shilo is fluent in Mandarin, has lived in Hong Kong and is a member of the Asia New Zealand Foundation Leadership Network of young leaders strengthening ties with Asia.

Dr Karlo Mila is a New Zealand-born poet of Tongan and Pākehā descent with ancestral connections to Samoa. She is currently Programme Director of Mana Moana, Leadership New Zealand. Karlo received an MNZM in 2019 for services to the Pacific community and as a poet, received a Creative New Zealand Contemporary Pacific Artist Award in 2016, and was selected for a Creative New Zealand Fulbright Pacific Writer’s Residency in Hawaii in 2015.

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THE LIMINAL SPACE Jacquie McRae In a small village, the lanes and lives of people circle back and intersect. William was a doctor but now only prescribes books to ease his own and others’ pain. Emily is in a troubled relationship and has spent most of her life sheltering in the library. James is coming undone as he struggles to live up to his father’s expectations. While Marco, who measures his self-worth by the size of his bank account, returns to the village with nothing. They have all been thrown into a transitional space and can’t stay as they are. This is a tale about the power of stories – especially the ones we tell ourselves. Jacquie McRae (Tainui) has a Master of Creative Writing with Honours and received a Michael King Māori Writers residency in 2018. She had previously completed Te Papa Tupu mentoring programme where she worked on her first novel, The Scent of Apples, which received a Gold in the IPPY Awards 2012 and was selected for the White Ravens list of outstanding international books for children and young adults in the same year. 978-1-77550-618-8

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CHARLIE TANGAROA AND THE CREATURE FROM THE SEA T K Roxborogh Illustrated by Phoebe Morris On a beach clean-up, thirteen-year-old one-legged Charlie and his brother, Robbie, rescue a ponaturi – a mermaid. She fled the sea because the port being built in the bay is polluting the ocean, and this has reignited a feud between the Māori gods Tāne and Tangaroa. Their fury breaks out in storms, earthquakes and huge seas, throwing the humans’ and gods’ worlds into chaos. But the ponaturi realises Charlie’s missing leg holds a secret to stopping the fight between the gods. So begins Charlie’s adventure to find a way to reunite the gods, realise the power in the ancient songs his grandfather taught him, and discover why he is the one for the task. T K Roxborogh (Ngāti Porou and Ngāti Mutunga o Wharekauri) is an award-winning author of more than thirty published works, both fiction and non-fiction. Her latest publication was My New Zealand Story: Bastion Point, which won the Esther Glen Award for Junior Fiction at the 2017 New Zealand Book Awards for Children and Young Adults and a Storylines Notable Book Award. She teaches English, is a writing mentor, and has been a judge for short stories and for the New Zealand Book Awards for Children and Young Adults. 978-1-77550-397-2

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HUIA SHORT STORIES 13: CONTEMPORARY MĀORI FICTION Various authors This collection showcases the selected winners and finalists from the Pikihuia Awards for Māori Writers 2019. The awards are held every two years, and this year the entry categories were changed to reflect the growing body of Māori writers. The entry categories called for first-time writers, emerging writers, and published writers in te reo Māori and English. This book celebrates new writers bringing their work into the light, emerging writers continuing their craft and accomplished authors reaching out to loyal and new audiences. 978-1-77550-396-5

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AWATEA AND THE KAWA GANG Fraser Smith It’s the holidays, and Awatea is staying with his grandparents at the beach. He’s got lots of time and freedom to explore, visit the tree house and have adventures with Carrot, the talking parrot. Awatea catches fish, cooks over a campfire and spends a stormy night in the tree hut with Carrot. When fending off some territorial magpies and keeping an eye on a pair of leopard seals, Awatea and Carrot notice signs of poachers. So Awatea and his friends at the beach work out a plan to stop them. This is the second book in the series about Awatea and Carrot. Fraser Smith was principal of Oturu School in Kaitāia and taught in primary schools for over thirty years. He has always lived in relatively remote rural areas near the sea and the bush and, at times, has been almost completely self-sufficient. As well as writing fiction, Fraser is a keen fisherman, sailor and gardener. He also writes songs and is lead singer in a band. 978-1-77550-357-6

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SANTA’S WORST CHRISTMAS TE KIRIHIMETE I WHAKAKOREA Huia Publishers Illustrated by Isobel Joy Te Aho-White With a few days to go before Christmas, everyone’s putting up decorations, preparing food and getting ready for the big day. Then comes the news – Santa’s cancelled Christmas. Santa had so many disasters last year, he can’t face it again, and he’s quit. In this Aotearoa Christmas picture book, the kids come up with a clever plan and ingenious gadgets to get Christmas back on and Santa back in the sleigh. Written by Huia Publishers, the book is illustrated by Isobel Joy Te Aho-White (Ngāti Kahungunu, Ngāi Tahu), a freelance illustrator. Isobel studied at the Whanganui School of Design and Massey University, and her work is influenced by mythology, botanical illustration and life experience. Santa’s Worst Christmas: Finalist, Picture Book category, New Zealand Book Awards for Children and Young Adults, 2020 Finalist, Russell Clark Award for Illustration, New Zealand Book Awards for Children and Young Adults, 2020 Finalist, Best First Book Award (Isobel Joy Te Aho-White), New Zealand Book Awards for Children and Young Adults, 2020 Te Kirihimete i Whakakorea: Finalist, Te Kura Pounamu Award for Te Reo Māori, New Zealand Book Awards for Children and Young Adults, 2020 Te reo Māori and English editions available. 978-1-77550-393-4 (English) 978-1-77550-394-1 (Māori)

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THE HISTORY SPEECH Mark Sweet In 1960s provincial New Zealand, conventional middle-class lives are not always as respectable as they appear. Callum Gow’s family and their social circle are influential and prosperous, but below the surface intrigue thrives. In this atmosphere, Callum is coming to understand his own identity and where he belongs. When his grandfather’s life is threatened, Callum confronts authority and power. In doing so, he uncovers forces hell-bent on destruction, but he also attracts kindred souls determined to find resolution and harmony. All the while Callum is composing his history speech that reveals a secret from the past. Mark Sweet (Ngā Mahanga) grew up in Hawke’s Bay. In the 1980s, he lived in Hong Kong and travelled extensively in China, returning in 2007 to study Tai Chi and Quigong. He has worked in the property sector and restaurants and is now focused on writing. He participated in Te Papa Tupu mentoring programme, working on Zhu Mao, his first novel. Finalist, Young Adult Fiction, New Zealand Book Awards for Children and Young Adults, 2020 978-1-77550-395-8

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NGĀTI KAHU:

MATAATUA WHARENUI:

PORTRAIT OF A SOVEREIGN NATION

TE WHARE I HOKI MAI

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 A record of Ngāti Kahu history and traditions and progress towards recognition and redress of Treaty breaches by the Crown 978-1-77550-304-0

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Hirini Mead, Layne Harvey, Pouroto Ngaropo and Te Onehou Phillis The story of the most travelled wharenui, its restoration and the journey to return it to Ngāti Awa Longlist, Ockham New Zealand Book Awards, Illustrated Non-fiction, 2019 978-1-77550-212-8

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CLOSE TO THE WIND: A STORY OF ESCAPE AND SURVIVAL OUT OF THE ASHES OF SINGAPORE 1942 David B. Hill The story of a young sailor’s daring escape to safety following the fall of Singapore in World War Two.

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TE IKA A MĀORI Brian Bargh The story of the fight to re-establish Māori fishing rights and its part in the quest for social justice for Māori 978-1-77550-196-1

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THE STRUGGLE FOR MĀORI FISHING RIGHTS:

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POLYNESIAN PANTHERS: PACIFIC PROTEST AND AFFIRMATIVE ACTION IN AOTEAROA NEW ZEALAND 1971–1981 Edited by Melani Anae with Lautofa (Ta) Iuli and Leilani Tamu A history of the Pacific rights and social activist movement, told by those who were there through interviews, memoirs and critical analysis 978-1-77550-205-0

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MATARIKI: THE STAR OF THE YEAR

MATARIKI: TE WHETŪ TAPU O TE TAU Rangi Matamua An exploration of traditional meanings of Matariki and understandings of Matariki in a modern context Te reo Māori and English editions available 978-1-77550-325-5 (English) 978-1-77550-326-2 (te reo Māori)

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

TIKANGA MĀORI: LIVING BY MĀORI VALUES Hirini Moko Mead A comprehensive discussion of Māori custom and its application to contemporary issues and situations 978-1-77550-222-7

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Winner, Best Resource in te reo Māori, CLNZ Educational Publishing Awards, 2014 978-1-77550-124-4

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NON-FICTION

Non-fiction: Culture

WAYFINDING LEADERSHIP:

TREASURES OF TĀNE:

GROUNDBREAKING WISDOM FOR DEVELOPING LEADERS

PLANTS OF NGĀI TAHU

Dr Chellie Spiller, Hoturoa Barclay-Kerr and John Panoho Traditional waka wayfinding skills are adapted to a model and practice of holistic, creative and intuitive leadership in business. 978-1-77550-211-1

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EARLY MĀORI LEADERS IN THE MORMON CHURCH

Rob Tipa Stories about South Island native plants and how they were processed and used by Māori and European settlers 978-1-77550-295-1

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TURNING THE HEARTS OF THE CHILDREN:

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Edited by Selwyn Katene Twelve men and women who joined the Mormon Church, became leaders, and enabled Māori to embrace new concepts and move into a new century 978-0-927242-62-9

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NON-FICTION

BY THEIR FRUITS YOU WILL KNOW THEM:

THE SPIRIT OF MĀORI LEADERSHIP

FUTURE CHALLENGES FOR MĀORI:

EARLY MĀORI LEADERS IN THE MORMON CHURCH VOLUME 2

Selwyn Katene

HE KŌRERO ANAMATA Edited by Selwyn Katene and Malcolm Mulholland

Edited by Selwyn Katene

An analysis of traditional and contemporary Māori leadership styles and the attributes needed in future leaders

Direct descendants of a further twelve influential Mormons explore why so many Māori in the 1880s flocked to the Mormon Church.

Joint Winner, Best Resource in Tertiary Education, CLNZ Educational Publishing Awards, 2014

Experts from law, medicine, business and social sciences discuss self-determination, the environment, Māori language, education, social and economic issues and governance.

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978-1-77550-121-3

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MARAE:

MĀORI CARVING:

THE HEART OF MĀORI CULTURE

THE ART OF RECORDING MĀORI HISTORY

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 978-1-77550-194-7

Huia Publishers and New Zealand Māori Arts and Crafts Institute An image-rich book that describes the carving process, materials and tools used, strokes, patterns and regional styles and provides a guide to reading carvings 978-1-77550-191-6

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NON-FICTION

MĀORI WEAVING:

GEOTHERMAL TREASURES:

THE ART OF CREATING MĀORI TEXTILES

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

978-1-77550-192-3

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Non-fiction: Indigenous and Post-colonial Studies

MAEA TE TOI ORA:

SU’ESU’E MANOGI:

MĀORI HEALTH TRANSFORMATIONS

IN SEARCH OF FRAGRANCE TUI ATUA TUPUA TAMASESE TA’ISI EFI AND THE SAMOAN INDIGENOUS REFERENCE

Te Kani Kingi, Mason Durie, Hinemoa Elder, Rees Tapsell, Mark Lawrence and Simon Bennett The relationship between Māori culture and Māori mental health and the importance of culture in understanding causes of disease and treatment 978-1-77550-297-5

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Edited by Tamasailau Suaalii-Sauni, I’uogafa Tuagalu, Tofilau Nina Kirifi-Alai and Naomi Fuamatu Writings and thoughts on Samoan indigenous knowledge by Samoa’s former Head of State, and responses to the discussions from fourteen of Samoa’s scholars

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SAMOAN INDIGENOUS KNOWLEDGE AND RELIGION Edited by Tamasailau Suaalii-Sauni This collection of academic essays and poetry, responding to an address by Samoa’s then Head of State, challenges assumptions in modern Samoan indigenous religious culture. 978-1-77550-160-2

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WHISPERS AND VANITIES:

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NON-FICTION

COLONISING MYTHS – MĀORI REALITIES: HE RUKURUKU WHAKAARO Ani Mikaere A discussion of the impact of Pākehā law and values on Māori legal thought and practice 978-1-86969-453-1

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THE VALUE OF THE MĀORI LANGUAGE: TE HUA O TE REO MĀORI NGĀ PAE O TE MĀRAMATANGA EDITED COLLECTIONS VOLUME TWO Edited by Rawinia Higgins, Poia Rewi and Vincent Olsen-Reeder A discussion of how the Māori language is faring in education, media, texts and communities and what the aspirations for te reo are Winner, Te Reo Māori category, Ngā Kupu Ora Aotearoa Māori Book Awards, 2015

HOME: HERE TO STAY NGĀ PAE O TE MĀRAMATANGA EDITED COLLECTIONS VOLUME THREE Edited by Mere Kēpa, Marilyn McPherson and Linitā Manu’atu A collection that explores migration, language preservation, homelessness, land retention, ageing and the meaning of home 978-1-77550-208-1

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Non-fiction: Biography

NGOINGOI PĒWHAIRANGI: A REMARKABLE LIFE

BRINGING CULTURE INTO CARE: A BIOGRAPHY OF AMOHAERE TANGITU

Tānia M. Ka’ai A renowned leader, composer and innovator in education, te reo and the arts, Ngoi Pēwhairangi was passionate about the Māori world flourishing. 978-1-77550-348-4

Bradford Haami Amohaere Tangitu was at the forefront of pioneering changes in health care to better meet the needs of Māori people. 978-1-77550-354-5

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HEKE-NUKU-MAINGA-IWI BUSBY: NOT HERE BY CHANCE Jeff Evans 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. 978-1-77550-169-5

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Fiction: New Zealand Fiction

NGĀ WAITUHI O RĒHUA

FLIGHT OF THE FANTAIL

LEGACY

Katerina Te Heikōkō Mataira

Steph Matuku

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

A bus crash in remote bush leaves teenagers struggling to survive – the conditions and an extraterrestrial force.

Knocked unconscious in 2015, Riki wakes up in World War One among soldiers who recognise him as his great-great-grandfather.

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

Storylines Notable Book Award, Young Adult Fiction, 2019

Winner, Māori Language Award, New Zealand Post Book Awards, 2013

978-1-77550-352-1

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FICTION

Winner, Te Tohu Pounamu, LIANZA Children’s Book Awards, 2013

Whiti Hereaka

Storylines Notable Book Award, Young Adult Fiction, 2019 Winner, Young Adult Fiction, New Zealand Book Awards for Children and Young Adults, 2019 978-1-77550-334-7

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Fiction: New Zealand Fiction

BUGS

STORIES ON THE FOUR WINDS – NGĀ HAU E WHĀ

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

Edited by Brian Bargh and Robyn Bargh Surprising, funny, thoughtful and tender short stories from eighteen Māori and Pacific writers, including Patricia Grace, Albert Wendt, Paula Morris, Tina Makereti, Renée, Briar Grace-Smith and James George 978-1-77550-306-4

Storylines Notable Book Award, Senior Fiction, 2014

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Education: Language Learning

AKO PĀNUI Huia Publishers and Te Kōhanga Reo National Trust Illustrated by Scott Pearson Five first readers in te reo Māori that teach pre-schoolers numbers, colours, shapes, words and simple sentences Te reo Māori edition only

AKO PĀNUI PUKAPUKA MAHI 1 Huia Publishers and Te Kōhanga Reo National Trust Illustrated by Scott Pearson An activity book in te reo Māori with simple puzzles, colouring in, dot-to-dot, and number, shapes and colour quizzes for pre-schoolers

978-1-77550-293-7 $29.99 a set

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Education: Language Learning

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Education: Language Learning

BUD•E 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 The Bud-e reading programme in te reo Māori helps children who are learning to read and write. The books gradually introduce new words and constructions to build the word bank children need to become independent readers. All the stories have humour, engaging characters and amusing illustrations. On each spread there is an information panel to help parents and teachers support young readers. Jill Eggleton QSO is an internationally renowned literacy consultant and author of more than 800 children's books. Te reo Māori editions only

$6.99 each

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

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Education: Language Learning

A MĀORI REFERENCE GRAMMAR Ray Harlow A grammar reference for advanced learners, native speakers and teachers of te reo Māori

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978-1-77550-203-6

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FIRST READERS IN MĀORI FIRST READERS IN SĀMOAN Translated into Sāmoan by Ainslie Chu Ling-So’o A set of ten simple stories in Māori or Samoan with translations in English to learn numbers, colours, shapes, animal names and everyday sentences 978-1-77550-154-1 (te reo Māori) 978-1-77550-157-2 (Samoan)

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FIRST THOUSAND WORDS IN MĀORI

EVERYDAY WORDS IN MĀORI

Māori translation by Huia Publishers

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 vocabulary-building opportunities – Māori edition of the Usborne First Thousand Words series

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

978-1-86969-239-1

978-1-86969-398-5

978-1-86969-304-6

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FIRST HUNDRED WORDS IN MĀORI

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Children’s Books: Posters and Art Prints

ART PRINTS

C H ILDR EN’S BOOKS

Brighten up your walls with these unframed art prints from some of our bestselling children’s picture books: The Bomb, Te Pohū and Tuna and Hiriwa, Tuna rāua ko Hiriwa.

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LAZY DAYS

NAN

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Te Pohū The Bomb

Te Pohū The Bomb

Te Pohū The Bomb

A3: 978-1-77550-380-4 A4: 978-1-77550-381-1

A3: 978-1-77550-386-6 A4: 978-1-77550-387-3

A3: 978-1-77550-384-2 A4: 978-1-77550-385-9

ROCKSTAR

DANCING

MOONLIGHT

Te Pohū The Bomb

Tuna rāua ko Hiriwa Tuna and Hiriwa

Tuna rāua ko Hiriwa Tuna and Hiriwa

A3: 978-1-77550-382-8 A4: 978-1-77550-383-5

A3: 978-1-77550-378-1 A4: 978-1-77550-379-8

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Children’s Books: Posters and Art Prints

TŌKU WHENUA

TŌKU AO

Huia Publishers Illustrated by Josh Morgan

Huia Publishers Illustrated by Josh Morgan

A poster-size map of Aotearoa giving Māori names for cities and significant features of the country

A poster-size world map giving Māori names for countries and significant landmarks

Single map: 978-1-77550-290-6

Single map: 978-1-77550-289-0

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Children’s Books: Activity Books and Picture Books

MY WORLD TRAVEL ACTIVITY BOOK TE MATAPIHI KI TŌKU AO PUKAPUKA MAHI Josh Morgan An activity book of puzzles, mazes, quizzes and colouring in with themes from around the world, complementing the Tōku Ao map Te reo Māori and English editions available 978-1-77550-307-1 (English) 978-1-77550-228-9 (te reo Māori)

TUNA AND HIRIWA TUNA RĀUA KO HIRIWA Ripeka Takotowai Goddard Illustrated by Kimberly Andrews A story of how the tuna got its silver belly by tricking a nymph who glows in the moonlight Tuna rāua ko Hiriwa: Finalist, Te Kura Pounamu Award, New Zealand Book Awards for Children and Young Adults, 2017 Tuna and Hiriwa: selected for the Storylines Notable Books List, 2017 Te reo Māori and English editions available

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Children’s Books: Picture Books

The Seven Stars of Marariki

Nä Nikki Slade-Robinson ngä pikitia Nä Hone Morris i whakamäori

by Toni Rolleston-Cummins

The Seven Stars of Marariki

Te Huihui o Matariki Nä Toni Rolleston–Cummins ngä körero

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

TANGI ANA TE PERE Maxine Hemi Illustrated by Andrew Burdan While children and their teacher search everywhere for a harp, fantail follows the elves that took it and watches their high jinks. Te reo Māori and English editions available 978-1-77550-301-9 (English) 978-1-77550-302-6 (te reo Māori)

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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.

WHEN THE BELL RINGS

By Toni Rolleston-Cummins

THE SEVEN STARS OF MATARIKI TE HUIHUI O MATARIKI Toni Rolleston-Cummins Illustrated by Nikki Slade-Robinson Translated by Hone Morris A picture book telling how, in Māori legend, Matariki/the Pleiades star cluster came into being Te reo Māori and English editions available 978-1-86969-327-5 (English) 978-1-86969-330-5 (te reo Māori)

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Children’s Books: Picture Books

TAMANUI TE KŌKAKO MŌREHU O 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.

TAMANUI THE BRAVE KŌKAKO OF TARANAKI

NĀ REBECCA BEYER RĀUA KO LINLEY WELLINGTON

Kātahi ka tae mai a Kiore me Paihamu, ka noho mōrearea te ngahere. When the Taranaki bush was full of kōkako song, Tamanui and his Family Ka tau he wā ko Tamanui anake roamed freely. te kōkako e ora ana, kātahi ia ka kawea ki tawhiti, ki tētahi But then Rat and Possum arrive, wāhi hou, ki tētahi whānauand hou.the bush is no longer safe.

REBECCA BEYER AND LINLEY WELLINGTON

When Tamanui finds he is alone, nā Rebecca Beyer rāua ko Linley Wellington he bravely goes on a journey that nā Andrew Burdan ngā pikitia brings him to a new home and family. DAY03_Cover V1.indd All Pages

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HAKA WHITI TE RĀ! Patricia Grace Illustrated by Andrew Burdan Translated by Kawata Teepa A picture book about the origin of the haka ‘Ka Mate’ Haka: Storylines Notable Book Award, Picture Books, 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 Whiti te Rā!: IBBY Honour List 2018

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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) 978-1-77550-221-0 (te reo Māori)

$23 each

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Children’s Books: Picture Books

THE BOMB TE POHŪ

THE MARBLE MAKER TE KAIHANGA MĀPERE

Sacha Cotter Illustrated by Josh Morgan Translated by Kawata Teepa

Sacha Cotter Illustrated by Josh Morgan Translated by Kawata Teepa

A boy searches for the secret to the perfect dive bomb, finds his unique style and does an awe-inspiring manu. The Bomb and Te Pohū selected for the New Zealand Listener’s 50 Best Books for Kids 2018 and for The Spinoff’s 20 Best Kids’ Books 2018 The Bomb: Storylines Notable Book Award, Picture Books, 2019 The Bomb: Finalist, Illustration category, New Zealand Book Awards for Children and Young Adults, 2019 The Bomb: Winner, Scholastic New Zealand Award for Best Children’s Book, PANZ Book Design Awards, 2019 The Bomb: Margaret Mahy Book of the Year, New Zealand Book Awards for Children and Young Adults, 2019 The Bomb: Winner, Picture Book category, New Zealand Book Awards for Children and Young Adults, 2019

In a chaotic lab, with a sheep as an assistant, a girl mixes curious ingredients to make amazing marbles.

978-1-77550-350-7 (English) 978-1-77550-351-4 (te reo Māori)

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Te reo Māori and English editions available

Te Kaihanga Māpere: Winner, Te Kura Pounamu Award, New Zealand Book Awards for Children and Young Adults, 2017

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Children’s Books: Junior Fiction

AWATEA’S TREASURE

RONA

WHETŪ TOA AND THE MAGICIAN

Fraser Smith

Chris Szekely Illustrated by Josh Morgan

A ghost story and adventure about a boy who explores a spooky house, befriends a talking parrot and finds a secret tree hut and treasure

Rona is adventurous and loves having fun, but when Jessie comes to stay, Rona’s mischief gets her in a tangle.

Finalist, Best First Book, Esther Glen Junior Fiction, New Zealand Book Awards for Children and Young Adults, 2017

Storylines Notable Book Award, Junior Fiction, 2017

Storylines Notable Book Award, Junior Fiction, 2019

978-1-77550-198-5

Finalist, Junior Fiction, New Zealand Book Awards for Children and Young Adults, 2019

Storylines Notable Book Award, Junior Fiction, 2018

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Steph Matuku Illustrated by Katharine Hall When Whetū becomes a magician’s assistant, she does something amazing with the magic in her fingertips.

978-1-77550-353-8

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Children’s Books: Māori Translations

TE ANUHE TINO HIAKAI

TE HAERE KI TE RAPU PEA

Eric Carle Translated by Brian Morris

Michael Rosen Illustrated by Helen Oxenbury Translated by Kawata Teepa

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

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

978-1-77550-048-3

Te reo Māori edition only 978-1-77550-044-5

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Children’s Books: Māori Translations

TE MĪHINI ITI KŌWHAI

KEI REIRA NGĀ WERIWERI

Betty Gilderdale Illustrated by Alan Gilderdale Translated by Brian Morris

Maurice Sendak Translated by Te Tumatakuru O’Connell

A little digger gets stuck in the mud in the classic The Little Yellow Digger, which is now available in this Māori-language translation.

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

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978-1-77550-138-1

978-1-77550-111-4

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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

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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!

KEI TE KĪHINI O TE PŌ

NĀ WAI TE WAKA I TOTOHU?

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 Te reo Māori edition only

Te reo Māori edition only 978-1-77550-112-1 978-1-77550-170-1

Te reo Māori edition only 978-1-77550-223-4

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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?

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Children’s Books: Māori Translations

HE WĀHI I TE PURUMA

KEI HEA TE HIPI KĀKĀRIKI?

KEI HEA TAKU MĀMĀ?

Julia Donaldson Illustrated by Axel Scheffler Translated by Karena Kelly

Mem Fox Illustrated by Judy Horacek Translated by Kawata Teepa

A witch is saved by her friends, so she transforms her broom to take them on a ride in this translation of Room on the Broom.

All of the sheep except one are up to zany antics in this translation of Where is the Green Sheep?

Julia Donaldson Illustrated by Axel Scheffler Translated by Brian Morris

Te reo Māori edition only

Te reo Māori edition only 978-1-77550-305-7

978-1-77550-329-3

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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

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978-1-77550-167-1

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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

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Samoan edition only

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978-1-77550-139-8

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BACKLIST Non-fiction BARGH, Maria; A Hidden Economy: Māori in the Privatised Military Industry 978-1-77550-197-8, $45, e-book available BISHOP, Russell and Mere Berryman; Culture Speaks: Cultural Relationships and Classroom Learning 1-86969-279-9, $45, e-book available DE JONG, Maria with Fred Graham; Fred Graham Creator of Forms: Te Tohunga Auaha Photographs by Geoff Dale 978-1-77550-134-3, $49.99

MEATES, Darran with Aaron Smale; The Game Butcher: Wild about Meat 978-1-86969-421-0, $45 MOFFAT, Andrew; Flashback: Tales and Treasures of Taranaki 978-1-86969-482-1, $55 O’BRIEN, Patricia; Tautai: Sāmoa, World History, and the Life of Ta‘isi O.F. Nelson 978-1-77550-331-6, $75

DURIE, Mason; Ngā Tini Whetū: Navigating Māori Futures 978-1-86969-452-4, $49.99, e-book available

SELBY, Rachael, Pātaka Moore and Malcolm Mulholland; Māori and the Environment: Kaitiaki 978-1-86969-402-9, $40

GARDINER, Wira; Parekura Horomia ‘Kia Ora, Chief!’ 978-1-77550-162-6, $45, e-book available

WINITANA, Chris; My Language, My Inspiration – The Struggle Continues 978-1-86969-379-4, $45

JOHNSTONE, Ian and Michael Powles (editors); New Flags Flying: Pacific Leadership 978-1-77550-013-1, $40, CD included, e-book available JONES, Alison and Kuni Jenkins; Words Between Us – He Kōrero: First Māori–Pākehā Conversations on Paper 978-1-86969-478-4, $45, e-book available KATENE, Selwyn and Rāhui (editors); Point of Order, Mr Speaker? Modern Māori Political Leaders 978-1-77550-332-3, $45, e-book available KEENAN, Danny; Te Whiti o Rongomai and the Resistance of Parihaka 978-1-77550-195-4, $45, e-book available LEAHY, Helen; Crossing the Floor: The Story of Tariana Turia 978-1-77550-163-3, $45, e-book available

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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

DIAMOND, Paul (editor); A Fire in Your Belly: Māori Leaders Speak 978-1-86969-030-3, $40

HOSKINS, Te Kawehau and Alison Jones (editors); Critical Conversations in Kaupapa Māori 978-1-77550-328-6, $45, e-book available

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

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

WINITANA, Chris; Tōku Reo, Tōku Ohooho – Ka Whawhai Tonu Mātou 978-1-86969-378-7, $45

Fiction COLE, Gina; Black Ice Matter 978-1-77550-298-2, $30, e-book available BAKER, Tihema; Watched 978-1-77550-168-8, $25, e-book available HEREAKA, Whiti; The Graphologist’s Apprentice 978-1-86969-422-7, $25, e-book available Huia Short Stories 11: Contemporary Māori Fiction 978-1-77550-204-3, $30, e-book available Huia Short Stories 12: Contemporary Māori Fiction 978-1-77550-330-9, $30, e-book available SWEET, Mark; Zhu Mao 978-1-86969-479-1, $30, e-book available TAWHAI, Alice; Dark Jelly 978-1-86969-476-0, $30, e-book available


WENDT, Albert; Ancestry 978-1-77550-037-7, $35, e-book available WENDT, Albert; Breaking Connections 978-1-77550-210-4, $35, e-book available WENDT, Albert; The Adventures of Vela 978-1-86969-363-3, $25, e-book available

Children’s Books Arohanui: Revenge of the Fey Based on a script by Helen Pearse-Otene Illustrated by Andrew Burdan 978-1-77550-166-4, $25 Arohanui: Te Utu a Ngāi Parehe E takea mai ana i tētahi tuhinga whakaari nā Helen Pearse-Otene Nā Andrew Burdan ngā pikitia Nā Kawata Teepa i tuhi ki te reo Māori 978-1-77550-190-9, $25 BECK, Jennifer; Maumahara ki Tērā Nōema Nā Lindy Fisher ngā pikitia Nā Kawata Teepa i whakamāori 978-1-77550-011-7, $20 BECK, Jennifer; Remember That November Illustrated by Lindy Fisher 978-1-77550-010-0, $20 Born to Fly Story as told by Julian Arahanga Illustrated by Andrew Burdan 978-1-77550-004-9, $25 COTTER, Sacha; Keys Illustrated by Josh Morgan 978-1-77550-161-9, $20 COTTER, Sacha; Ngā Kī Nā Josh Morgan ngā pikitia 978-1-77550-164-0, $20

HEMI, Maxine; First Flight: A Collection of Stories from Ngāti Kahungunu ki Wairarapa 978-1-77550-303-3, $15 HEMI, Maxine; Ngārara Huarau Illustrated by Andrew Burdan 978-1-77550-299-9, $20 HEMI, Maxine; Ngārara Huarau Nā Andrew Burdan ngā pikitia Nā te whānau o HUIA i whakamāori 978-1-77550-300-2, $20 HUIA Publishers; Ngarimu Te Tohu Toa Nā Andrew Burdan ngā pikitia 978-1-77550-008-7, $25 HUIA Publishers; Victory at Point 209 Illustrated by Andrew Burdan 978-1-77550-005-6, $25 PEARSE-OTENE, Helen; Meariki: Te Rapunga i te Pono Nā Andrew Burdan ngā pikitia Nā Te Manahau Scotty Morrison i whakamāori 978-1-77550-189-3, $25 PEARSE-OTENE, Helen; Meariki: The Quest for Truth Illustrated by Andrew Burdan 978-1-77550-171-8, $25 REEDY, Mokena Potae; Timo and the Kingfish Illustrated by Jim Byrt 978-1-77550-046-9, $20 REEDY, Mokena Potae; Timo te Kaihī Ika Nā Jim Byrt ngā pikitia 978-1-77550-047-6, $20 Swim: The Story of Hinemoa and Tūtānekai Story as told by Chris Szekely Illustrated by Andrew Burdan 978-1-77550-079-7, $24, audiobook available SZEKELY, Chris; Rāhui Nā Malcolm Ross ngā pikitia Nā Brian Morris i whakamāori 978-1-86969-471-5, $20

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

Tāhoe: He Pakiwaitara mō Hinemoa rāua ko Tūtānekai Nā Chris Szekely ngā kōrero Nā Andrew Burdan ngā pikitia Nā Scotty Morrison i whakamāori 978-1-77550-105-3, $24, audiobook available

BACKLIST

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

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INDEX OF TITLES A

G

Adventures of Vela, The 47 Ako Pānui 29 Ako Pānui Pukapuka Mahi 1 29 Ancestry 47 Anuhe Tino Hiakai, Te 41 Arohanui: Revenge of the Fey 47 Arohanui: Te Utu a Ngāi Parehe 47 Art prints 34 Awatea and the Kawa Gang 14 Awatea's Treasure 40

Game Butcher, The Geothermal Treasures Goddess Muscle Graphologist’s Apprentice, The Greatest Haka Festival on Earth, The

B Black Ice Matter 46 Bomb, The 39 Born to Fly 47 Breaking Connections 47 Bringing Culture into Care 26 Bud•e 31 Bugs 28 Butcherbird 9 By Their Fruits You Will Know Them 21

C Charlie Tangaroa and the Creature from the Sea 13 Close to the Wind 18 Colonising Myths – Māori Realities 25 Critical Conversations in Kaupapa Māori 46 Crossing the Floor 46 Culture Speaks 46

D Dark Jelly

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E Everyday Words in Māori

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F Falling into Rarohenga 5 Fire in Your Belly, A 46 First Flight 47 First Hundred Words in Māori 33 First Readers in Māori 32 First Readers in Sāmoan 32 First Thousand Words in Māori 33 Flashback 46 Flight of the Fantail 27 Fred Graham Creator of Forms 46 Future Challenges for Māori 21 48

46 23 12 46 6

H Haere ki te Rapu Pea, Te 41 Haka 38 Hautipua Rererangi 47 Heke-nuku-mai-nga-iwi Busby 26 He Kupu Taurangi 3 He Wāhi i te Puruma 44 Hiakai Tangata, Te 8 Hidden Economy, A 46 Hine and the Tohunga Portal 9 History of St Joseph’s Māori Girls’ College, A 7 History Speech, The 16 Home: Here to Stay 25 Huia Short Stories 11 46 Huia Short Stories 12 46 Huia Short Stories 13 14 Huihui o Matariki, Te 37

K Kaihanga Māpere, Te 39 Kaua e Tuku mā te Kukupa te Pahi e Taraiwa! 43 Kei Hea Taku Māmā? 44 Kei Hea te Hipi Kākāriki? 44 Kei Reira ngā Weriweri 42 Kei te Kīhini o te Pō 43 Keys 47 Kī, Ngā 47 Kirihimete i Whakakorea, Te 15 Ko Te Hiakai Tangata 8 Ko tōku Māmā te Kuini o te Rori 10

L Legacy 27 Let Their Light So Shine 4 Liminal Space, The 13 Living by the Moon 19

M Maea te Toi Ora Māori and the Environment Māori Carving Māori Reference Grammar, A

24 46 22 32


Māori Weaving 23 Marae 22 Marble Maker, The 39 Mataatua Wharenui 17 Matapihi Ki Tōku Ao Pukapuka Mahi, Te 36 Matariki: Te Whetū Tapu o te Tau 19 Matariki: The Star of the Year 19 Maumahara ki Tērā Nōema 47 Meariki: Te Rapunga i te Pono 47 Meariki: The Quest for Truth 47 Mīhini Iti Kōwhai, Te 42 Mokopuna Matatini 6 My Language, My Inspiration 46 My Mum is Queen of the Road 10 My World Travel Activity Book 36

N Nā Wai Te Waka I Totohu? New Flags Flying Ngake me Whātaitai Ngārara Huarau Ngarimu Te Tohu Toa Ngāti Kahu Ngoingoi Pēwhairangi

43 46 1 47 47 17 26

O Oh Hogwash, Sweet Pea! ‘O le Ketapila Matuā Fia‘ai ‘O le Nofoaga ‘olo‘o iai Meaola Uiga‘ese

47 45 45

P Parekura Horomia ‘Kia Ora, Chief!’ People of the Land Pohū, Te Point of Order, Mr Speaker? Polynesian Panthers Pōrangi Boy, The

T Tāhoe 47 Tamanui: Te Kōkako Mōrehu o Taranaki 38 Tamanui: The Brave Kōkako of Taranaki 38 Tangi ana te Pere 37 Tanguruhau, Te 42 Tautai 46 Te Whiti o Rongomai and the Resistance of Parihaka 46 Tikanga Māori 19 Timo and the Kingfish 47 Timo Te Kaihī Ika 47 Tini Whetū, Ngā 46 Tio Tiamu 11 Tōku Ao 35 Tōku Reo, Tōku Ohooho 46 Tōku Whenua 35 Treasures of Tāne 20 Tuna and Hiriwa 36 Tuna rāua ko Hiriwa 36 Turning the Hearts of the Children 20

U 46 46 39 46 18 12

Q Quit 46

R Rāhui 47 Relax 46 Remember That November 47 Rona 40

S Santa’s Worst Christmas Seven Stars of Matariki, The

Smelly Giant, The 11 Spirit of Māori Leadership, The 21 Stories on the Four Winds – Ngā Hau e Whā 28 Struggle for Māori Fishing Rights, The 18 Su’esu’e Manogi 24 Survival of Māori as a People, The 2 Swim 47

15 37

Uruuru Whenua o Ngātoroirangi, Te

1

V Value of the Māori Language, The Victory at Point 209

25 47

W Waituhi o Rēhua, Ngā 27 Watched 46 Wayfinding Leadership 20 When the Bell Rings 37 Whetū Toa and the Hunt for Ramses 5 Whetū Toa and the Magician 40 Whispers and Vanities 24 Whiti te Rā! 38 Words Between Us 46

Z Zhu Mao

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