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Pacific Literature

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2 | Welcome – Nau Mai, Haere Mai

Tēnā koutou, nau mai haere mai ki te whare o HUIA 2013 is as busy as ever for the HUIA team producing children’s books, fiction and non-fiction, books in Māori language and e-books – together reflecting the diversity of life in Aotearoa New Zealand. This year, we are taking some favourite children’s books and reversioning them in Māori language – The Very Hungry Caterpillar, We’re Going on a Bear Hunt, Where the Wild Things Are, In the Night Kitchen, The Gruffalo and The Little Yellow Digger. In this way, children and families who are reading in Māori can experience these well-known stories of mystery, mischief and imagination.

September is time for the Pikihuia Awards for Māori writers and the release of HUIA Short Stories 10 – Contemporary Māori Fiction. Also being released at the awards ceremony is Bugs, a new novel by Whiti Hereaka. We are producing a series of traditional Māori stories, and the first is Swim: The Story of Hinemoa and Tūtānekai, written in English by Chris Szekely and translated into Māori by Scotty Morrison. And some fascinating aspects of Māori culture and history will be found in Living by the Moon: Te Maramataka a Te Whānau-ā-Apanui by Wiremu Tāwhai, Mataatua: Te Wharenui i Hoki Mai – Mataatua: The House That Came Home and Te Tohunga Auaha: Fred Graham Creator of Forms.


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We are pleased to have a number of books shortlisted in awards this year: • •

Remember that November and Maumahara ki tērā Nōema were finalists in the Best Picture Book category of the New Zealand Post Children’s Book Awards, 2013. In the LIANZA Awards, we have two graphic novels in Māori, Hautipua Rererangi and Arohanui as well as Ngā Waituhi o Rēhua, the wonderful science fantasy novel in Māori by Katerina Te Heikōkō Mataira.

This is a time of enormous change in the global publishing industry – readers are using more devices than ever before to access information and read for pleasure. HUIA focuses on publishing indigenous stories, many of which are available as e-books, and we hope you find plenty to inform and entertain you − happy reading!

Robyn Bargh Managing Director


4 | Recent Releases

Swim: The Story of Hinemoa and Tūtānekai Tāhoe: He Pakiwaitara mō Hinemoa rāua ko Tūtānekai Retold by Chris Szekely Illustrated by Andrew Burdan Translated by Scotty Morrison In this Te Arawa Māori traditional story, Hinemoa falls in love when Tūtānekai plays the flute, but Hinemoa’s father forbids them to meet again. They vow to be together, and every night on Mokoia island, Tūtānekai plays his flute to guide Hinemoa to him. With no canoe, Hinemoa must swim the lake with mystical creatures in it to be with Tūtānekai. Chris Szekely is Chief Librarian of the Alexander Turnbull Library. He was previously City Librarian at the Manukau City Council, heading one of the largest public libraries in New Zealand. He is the author of award-winning Rāhui, illustrated by Malcolm Ross. Andrew Burdan is a freelance illustrator who has illustrated children’s books, educational materials and story boards, and he was the illustrator of the award-winning Born to Fly, Hautipua Rererangi and Victory at Point 209, Ngarimu Te Tohu Toa. Te reo Māori and English editions available 978-1-77550-079-7 (English), 32 pages, hardcover 978-1-77550-105-3 (Māori), 32 pages, hardcover

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Remember That November Maumahara ki tērā Nōema Jennifer Beck Illustrated by Lindy Fisher Translated by Kawata Teepa As children get ready to celebrate Guy Fawkes Night, one child recalls another fifth of November. This richly illustrated picture book tells the story of the invasion of Parihaka on 5 November 1881. Jennifer Beck is an award-winning writer with a special interest in children’s picture books. She writes about topics close to her heart and enjoys the shared creation of a book in which words and art complement one another. As a writer, she has the opportunity to travel around the country, meeting children and teachers and talking about books. Lindy Fisher is an artist who is still passionate about paint and texture and a designer who is fastidious about research and drafting. Lindy is known for her storytelling with pictures in children’s books and postage stamps.

Finalist, Best Picture Book, New Zealand Post Children’s Book Awards, 2013 Te reo Māori and English editions available 978-1-77550-010-0 (English), 32 pages, softcover 978-1-77550-011-7 (Māori), 32 pages, softcover

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Timo and the Kingfish Timo te Kaihī Ika Mokena Potae Reedy Illustrated by Jim Byrt Timo sets off to catch a big fish to prove to his father and brothers that he is a real fisherman, but the adventure that he and his dog Pou have is more than Timo was expecting. Combining contemporary childhood and Māori mythology, this newly illustrated production of this popular book is told in te reo Māori and English versions. Mokena Reedy, a writer of exciting stories, crafts his work to provide a rich mix of the modern world and traditional Māori knowledge. Jim Byrt has worked as a traditional animator, flash animator storyboard artist, illustrator, game artist and game animator. Te reo Māori and English editions available 978-1-77550-046-9 (English), 32 pages, softcover 978-1-77550-047-6 (Māori), 32 pages, softcover

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Relax: Say Goodbye to Anxiety and Panic Dr Patrick McCarthy This book is for people who experience anxiety and panic attacks and explains how anxiety occurs and offers a simple three-step process to prevent it. Written in a conversational, easy-to-read style by a doctor specialising in medical hypnosis, the book and accompanying CD describe a self-hypnosis process to prevent anxiety and panic attacks that has been used successfully to treat thousands of people. Dr Patrick McCarthy MB. Ch.B is New Zealand’s only doctor specialising in medical hypnosis. A fellow of the Royal New Zealand College of GPs, he was president of the New Zealand Society of Hypnosis twice and has conducted workshops with clinical audiences throughout New Zealand, Australia, USA and the UK. 978-1-77550-045-2, 124 pages, softcover, CD

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Quit: Say Goodbye to Smoking Dr Patrick McCarthy This book and CD use self-hypnosis for people who want to stop smoking, and they replicate the sessions that Dr McCarthy has used successfully with smokers for many years to turn them into non-smokers. The first track of the CD teaches people an easy-to-learn self-hypnosis replacement for smoking, and the second track is a powerful hypnotic commitment to stop smoking forever. Dr Patrick McCarthy MB. Ch.B is New Zealand’s only doctor specialising in medical hypnosis. A fellow of the Royal New Zealand College of GPs, he was president of the New Zealand Society of Hypnosis twice and has conducted workshops with clinical audiences throughout New Zealand, Australia, USA and the UK. 978-1-77550-063-6, 120 pages, softcover, CD

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New Flags Flying: Pacific Leadership Edited by Ian Johnstone and Michael Powles From 1960 to 1990, islands across the Pacific gained independence or selfgovernment. This book presents interviews with people in key leadership positions in the leadup to and achievement of independence and a nation-by-nation description of the change from colonial subjects to citizens of Pacific nations from the point of view of the leaders involved. The book includes images, maps, information about each country and a CD of interviews with the leaders. Ian Johnstone is a former East West Center Senior Jefferson Fellow and has reported on South Pacific matters for the South Pacific Commission, TVNZ, Radio New Zealand, UNESCO and print media. He was a foundation member of the Pacific Islands News Association and served on the board of New Zealand’s Pacific Co-operation Foundation. He has also produced, written and presented award-winning television documentaries. Michael Powles is a former New Zealand high commissioner to Fiji, Kiribati, Nauru and Tuvalu. He has been responsible for Pacific affairs in the Ministry of Foreign Affairs and Trade, and was deputy secretary. He was founding Chair of the Pacific Co-operation Foundation, writes and lectures on international relations and is currently Senior Fellow of the Centre for Strategic Studies, Victoria University of Wellington. 978-1-77550-013-1, 344 pages, softcover, CD

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The Gift of Children: Māori and Infertility Edited by Paul Reynolds and Cherryl Smith Based on a three-year study, this book explores Māori concepts, views and practices in relation to fertility and infertility. It discusses traditional understandings of fertility, Māori fertility statistics, legal issues impacting on cultural values, traditional adoption, experiences of fertility clinics, and fertility and Māori men. Those interviewed discuss the impact of infertility on their lives and future generations, and confirm the importance of whakapapa and traditional values while facing assisted reproductive technologies. Dr Paul Reynolds and Dr Cherryl Smith are research directors at Te Atawhai o te Ao, the Independent Māori Institute for Environment and Health. They have been at the forefront of kaupapa Māori research over the last ten years and have published on a variety of issues relevant to Māori. 978-1-77550-019-3, 344 pages, softcover

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Mana Māori and Christianity Edited by Hugh Morrison, Lachy Paterson, Brett Knowles and Murray Rae This book looks at the growth, development and adaptation of Christian faith among Māori people and considers how this has helped shape New Zealand identity and society. It explores theology, historical development, sociocultural influence and change, and outcomes of Pākehā–Māori interactions. Dr Hugh Morrison is a senior lecturer in Education, University of Otago, and a research associate of the History Programme at the University of Waikato. Dr Lachy Paterson is a senior lecturer in Te Tumu: School of Māori, Pacific and Indigenous Studies, University of Otago. Dr Brett Knowles is a retired senior lecturer in church history, currently working on a book about New Zealand Pentecostalism. Professor Murray Rae is head of the Department of Theology and Religion, University of Otago. 978-1-77550-012-4, 344 pages, softcover

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Ancestry Albert Wendt In this short story collection, Albert Wendt explores the lives of characters living in Samoan and Palagi worlds and traverses themes of physical and emotional connections, negotiating relationships, belonging – to people, places and cultures, and the spark of understanding and being understood that enriches lives. Albert Wendt has published numerous novels, poetry anthologies and collections of short stories and edited several anthologies of Pacific writing. He has been awarded many literary prizes and honours, including the 2010 Commonwealth Writers’ Prize for the South East Asia and Pacific Region with his novel The Adventures of Vela. He is Emeritus Professor of English at the University of Auckland. 978-1-77550-037-7, 314 pages, softcover

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Purapurawhetū Briar Grace-Smith Translated by Te Ohorere Kaa and Wiremu Kaa This is the previously published play script, now translated into te reo Māori. At its heart is a story of loss and grief: a man driven to despair by the long-ago death of his baby son. Woven around this are themes of dispossession, leadership and wrongdoing and, ultimately, the journey towards forgiveness and healing. Briar Grace-Smith (Ngāti Hau, Ngāti Wai) is a writer, actor and awardwinning playwright who has written for television and radio and had several short stories published. She has received the Bruce Mason Playwrights award and won the Chapman Tripp theatre award for best short play. Te reo Māori edition only 978-1-77550-043-8, 102 pages, softcover

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Tū Patricia Grace Translated by Te Ohorere Kaa and Wiremu Kaa This is the te reo Māori translation of the award-winning novel Tu. The only survivor of three young men who went to war from his family, Tū faces the past and tells his niece and nephew, through the pages of his war journal, what really happened to the brothers as the Māori Battalion fought the war in Italy. Patricia Grace (Ngāti Toa, Ngāti Raukawa, Te Āti Awa) is the author of many novels, short stories and children’s stories. She has won numerous awards, including the Kiriyama Pacific Rim Book Prize for Fiction and the Neustadt International Prize for Literature. The English language version of Tu won the Deutz Medal for Fiction and the Fiction Category in the Montana New Zealand Book Awards. Te reo Māori edition only 978-1-77550-042-1, 366 pages, softcover

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Te Haere ki te Rapu Pea Michael Rosen Illustrated by Helen Oxenbury Translated by Kawata Teepa This is the much-loved picture book We’re Going on a Bear Hunt translated into te reo Māori. The English text has been translated into fun, rhythmical, onomatopoeic te reo Māori as children swish through long grass, splash through water, squelch, stumble and tiptoe on their bear hunt. An audio download of the book being read in te reo Māori is available. Michael Rosen is a well-known author of children’s books, a poet, performer, broadcaster and scriptwriter. He lectures at universities on children’s literature, reading and writing and gives presentations to school children to encourage reading. Helen Oxenbury is a multi-award winning children’s book illustrator, who has twice won and four times been the runner-up for the Kate Greenaway Medal. Te reo Māori edition only 978-1-77550-044-5, 40 pages, softcover

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Te Anuhe Tino Hiakai Eric Carle Translated by Brian Morris This is The Very Hungry Caterpillar translated into te reo Māori. With the same beautiful illustrations as the original book, this translation retains the simplicity of the story and the humour and quirky character of the little caterpillar. An audio download of the book being read in te reo Māori is available. Eric Carle is an award-winning children’s book writer and illustrator who has designed and written a wealth of picture books loved by children around the world. The Very Hungry Caterpillar has been translated into more than 50 languages. Te reo Māori edition only 978-1-77550-048-3, 28 pages, softcover

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Kei Reira ngā Weriweri Story and Illustrations by Maurice Sendak Translated by Te Tumatakuru O’Connell The award-winning picture book Where the Wild Things Are is translated into te reo Māori. The simplicity, imagination and lively illustrations of Maurice Sendak’s story are kept in this te reo Māori version about Max’s wild adventure in his wolf suit. An audio download of the book being read in te reo Māori is available. Maurice Sendak wrote and illustrated more than 50 children’s books and illustrated over 80 books authored by others. He won the Hans Christian Andersen award for children’s book illustration, the Astrid Lindgren Memorial Award for children’s literature and the Caldecott Medal for Where the Wild Things Are. Te reo Māori edition only 978-1-77550-111-4, 48 pages, softcover

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Living by the Moon: Te Maramataka a Te Whānau-ā-Apanui Wiremu Tāwhai Release date: September 2013 Originally written as part of a course of study, this bilingual book discusses the maramataka or lunar month according Te Whānau-ā-Apanui traditional knowledge. Closely studying the cycles in nature, the people built up knowledge of the changes in sea conditions and best planting and harvesting times for each day of the month and organised activities based on these phases. Wiremu Tāwhai (Te Whāuau-ā-Apanui) was a teacher, scholar, author, actor and broadcaster and an expert on oral literature and marmataka. He was an advisor to national science organisations, on the board of Te Waka Toi and received a Tā Kingi Ihaka Award.

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Te Tanguruhau Julia Donaldson Illustrated by Axel Scheffler Translated by Brian Morris Release date: September 2013 The Gruffalo picture book is now available in rhyming, rhythmical te reo Māori. This will be a favourite with children as they take a walk with the clever little mouse who tricks all the animals in the forest. An audio download of the book being read in te reo Māori will be available. Julia Donaldson writes picture books, educational books, novels, plays, songs and musicals and is also a performer. She has won many awards, including several for The Gruffalo. In 2011, she became the UK’s Children’s Laureate. Axel Scheffler is a German-born illustrator who has illustrated books for children produced in England, Germany and The Netherlands. Te reo Māori edition only

Sept 2013 Huia Short Stories 10: Contemporary Māori Fiction Release date: September 2013 Here are the best short stories and novel extracts from the Pikihuia Awards for Māori writers 2013 as judged by Sir Mason Durie, Hana O’Regan and Reina Whaitiri. This biennial writing competition promotes Māori writing, and the book contains finalists from the Best Short Story written in English, Best Short Story written in Māori and Best Novel Extract categories.

Sept 2013


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Kei te Kīhini o te Pō Maurice Sendak Translated by Brian Morris Release date: September 2013 This te reo Māori translation of Maurice Sendak’s award-winning picture book In the Night Kitchen is reproduced as the original with its comic-strip-like illustrations. The rhythmical, chanting te reo Māori tells the story of Mickey falling into cake mix and flying a plane of bread dough to find milk for the batter. An audio download of the book being read in te reo Māori will be available. Maurice Sendak wrote and illustrated more than 50 children’s books and illustrated over 80 books authored by others. He won the Hans Christian Andersen award for children’s book illustration and the Astrid Lindgren Memorial Award for children’s literature. Te reo Māori edition only

Sept 2013

Bugs Whiti Hereaka Release date: September 2013 It’s the last year of school for Jez and Bugs in a small New Zealand town. Life is slow, and not much happens in Jez and Bugs’s life. But when Stone Cold arrives, the three come to different conclusions about how to deal with being trapped in a small town at the bottom of the heap. Whiti Hereaka (Ngāti Tūwharetoa, Te Arawa) is a playwright, novelist, screenwriter, barrister and solicitor. In 2012 she won the Bruce Mason Award, and in 2010 and 2011 she won Best New Play by a Māori Playwright in the Adam Play Awards. She has been writer in residence at Randell Cottage and held a residency at the Michael King Writers’ Centre.

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Huia Upcoming Release

Te Ahi Kaaroa ‘He ahi kaaroa ki uta, he kawenga pākai ahi ki waho’: Rūātoki Kaumātua Narratives Tūhoe Education Authority Release date: October 2013

This book, DVD and CD-ROM profile Tūhoe kuia and kaumātua speaking in te reo Māori about their lives and experiences. The DVD and CD-ROM contain interviews with all twelve of the elders who participated in the Tūhoe Education Authority project, while the book contains interviews with a selection of them. Together, they provide a rich resource for schools. Te reo Māori edition only

Oct 2013

The Spirit of Māori Leadership Selwyn Katene Release date: October 2013 The Spirit of Māori Leadership analyses traditional and contemporary Māori leadership styles and explores what leadership is, the different models of Māori leadership and the qualities and approaches of leaders. It identifies four leadership styles: transactional, charismatic, transformational and organic and considers the attributes needed in future leaders. Dr Selwyn Katene (Ngāti Toa, Ngāti Tama, Ngauruahine, Ngāti Tūwharetoa) is Assistant Vice-Chancellor (Māori and Pasifika) at Massey University. Prior to this, he was Director of MANU AO (Māori Academic Network across Universities in Aotearoa), which was established to promote Māori leadership, scholarship and links between academics and professionals.

Oct 2013


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Ahuwhenua: A History of Māori Farming Danny Keenan Release date: October 2013 This history of the Ahuwhenua Trophy Competition looks at the achievements in Māori farming and business from 1933 to 2013. It sets out the establishment of the trophy, the ups and downs of the competition and the triumphs of the winners, and it considers the competition in the context of Māori land development policies and practices over the last 80 years. Danny Keenan (Ngāti Te Whiti Ahi Kā, Te Ātiawa) has a PhD in history. He is a former senior lecturer in Māori/New Zealand history at Massey University, Palmerston North, and was visiting Fulbright professor at Georgetown University, Washington DC, in 2009.

Oct 2013 Te Mīhini Iti Kōwhai Story by Betty Gilderdale Illustrations by Alan Gilderdale Translated by Brian Morris Release date: November 2013 Here is the classic story of The Little Yellow Digger translated into te reo Māori. The digger working in the garden next door gets stuck in the mud when it rains and needs some help from a bigger digger. A much-loved story, The Little Yellow Digger won the 2003 Storylines Gaelyn Gordon Award. An audio download of the book being read in te reo Māori will be available. Betty Gilderdale is an author and New Zealand children’s literature expert and has been a lecturer and researcher and written many reviews of children’s books. She is a past president and life member of the Children’s Literature Association of New Zealand, and in 1994, she was awarded the Margaret Mahy Medal and Lecture Award. Alan Gilderdale is an artist, art lecturer and illustrator who has illustrated many children’s books and has had his artworks exhibited in New Zealand, London and Toronto. He is a Fellow of the Royal Society of Art (UK). Te reo Māori edition only

Nov 2013


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Te Tohunga Auaha: Fred Graham Creator of Forms Maria de Jong with Fred Graham Photographs by Geoff Dale Release date: November 2013 Celebrating Fred Graham, this biography details Fred Graham’s life from his childhood in the Waikato to his career as a full-time sculptor. Richly illustrated with photographs of the artworks by awardwining photographer Geoff Dale, the book also includes essays by Professor Jonathan Mane-Wheoki, Professor Robert Jahnke and Dr Jill Smith that discuss Graham’s work in the context of New Zealand art. Maria de Jong is a writer and biographer who has a strong interest in New Zealand history and contemporary Māori art and culture. She has previously published a family history of the pioneering Harsant family of Hahei titled Island View.

Nov 2013


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‘O le Katepila Matuā Fia ‘Ai Eric Carle Translated by Sadat Muaiava Release date: December 2013 This is The Very Hungry Caterpillar translated into Samoan, with the same Eric Carle illustrations and humorous story of the little caterpillar’s amazing feast and transformation at the end of the story. Eric Carle is an award-winning children’s book writer and illustrator who has designed and written a wealth of picture books loved by children around the world. The Very Hungry Caterpillar has been translated into more than 50 languages. Samoan edition only

Dec 2013

‘O le Nofoaga ‘olo‘o iai Meaola Mata’utia Story and Illustrations by Maurice Sendak Translated by Sadat Muaiava Release date: December 2013 This is Where the Wild Things Are translated into Samoan. Maurice Sendak’s award-winning picture book and classic illustrations are reproduced in this Samoan language version about Max’s adventure to the land of the Wild Things. Maurice Sendak wrote and illustrated more than 50 children’s books and illustrated over 80 books authored by others. He won the Hans Christian Andersen award for children’s book illustration, the Astrid Lindgren Memorial Award for children’s literature and the Caldecott Medal for Where the Wild Things Are. Samoan edition only

Dec 2013


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Exploring Māori Culture Release date: December 2013 The New Zealand Māori Arts and Crafts Institute (Te Puia) and HUIA are jointly producing a series of six books that give insights into Māori knowledge and customs from a Māori perspective. The six titles are on the topics of pounamu, carving, weaving, marae, pōwhiri and the geothermal region. The text weaves information about each topic with cultural knowledge and traditional stories, and each book is richly illustrated with photographs of artworks, places, ceremonies or natural features.

Huia Upcoming Release

Dec 2013

Te Hua o te Reo Māori Māori Language: Act and Action Huia Upcoming Release

Edited by Poia Rewi, Rawinia Higgins, Vincent Olsen-Reeder and Delyn Day Release date: February 2014

Twenty-five years ago the Māori Language Act was passed, but research still finds that the Māori language is dying. This collection looks at the state of the language since the Act, how the language is faring in education, media, texts and communities and what the future aspirations for the language are. Dr Poia Rewi (Tūhoe, Ngāti Manawa, Te Arawa) is an Associate Professor at Te Tumu, University of Otago, and his research interests include te reo and tikanga Māori, Māori oratory and Māori history. Dr Rawinia Higgins (Tūhoe) is an Associate Professor at Te Kawa a Māui, Victoria University of Wellington. She and Dr Poia Rewi are the principal investigators on Te Kura Roa, a three-year study of the value of the Māori language.

Feb 2014


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Mataatua: Te Wharenui i Hoki Mai Mataatua: The House That Came Home Hirini Moko Mead Te Onehou Phillis Pouroto Ngaropo Judge Layne Harvey Release date: March 2014 Mataatua wharenui is the most travelled Māori meeting house in the country. Built in 1875, it travelled to Sydney, Melbourne, the Victoria and Albert Museum and South Kensington Museum (London), Dunedin and Otago before returning, after more than 130 years away, and being rebuilt back in its place of origin, Whakatāne, in 2011. The book includes a wealth of images and describes the construction of Mataatua from 1872 to 1875, its travels, the attempts made to have it returned and its rebuild and opening in 2011. Hirini Moko Mead (Ngāti Awa, Ngāti Tūwharetoa, Tūhourangi) is a writer, commentator and scholar of Māori language and culture. He was foundation professor of Māori studies at Victoria University of Wellington and involved in establishing Te Whare Wānanga o Awanuiārangi. Te Onehou Phillis (Ngāti Awa) is a dedicated compiler of Ngāti Awa histories. She has been actively involved with the Whakatāne based newspaper, Pū Kāea: Te Reo Pānui o Te Waka o Mataatua since 1992, writing articles both in English and Māori. She is the author of Eruera Mānuera. Pouroto Ngaropo (Ngāti Awa) is Deputy Chairman of Te Rūnanga o Ngāti Awa. He is prominent in local government and iwi politics and is an expert in tikanga Māori and performing arts. Judge Layne Harvey (Ngāti Awa, Rongowhakaata, Te Aitanga-a-Māhaki, Te Whānau-ā-Apanui, Ngāti Kahungunu) was appointed a Māori Land Court judge in 2002. He has been a member of the council of Te Whare Wānanga o Awanuiārangi since 1997.

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Te Whiti o Rongomai and Parihaka Huia Upcoming Release

Danny Keenan Release date: February 2014 This tells the story of Te Whiti and the events that led to the establishment of the settlement at Parihaka, the leadership and influence of Te Whiti and Tohu Kākahi, and the sacking of the village in 1881 and fate of its people.

Danny Keenan (Ngāti Te Whiti Ahi Kā, Te Ātiawa) has a PhD in history. He is a former senior lecturer in Māori/New Zealand history at Massey University, Palmerston North, and was visiting Fulbright professor at Georgetown University, Washington DC, in 2009.

Feb 2014

Whispers and Vanities Edited by Tamasailau Suaalii-Sauni

Huia Upcoming Release

Release date: May 2014

This collection of selected poetry and academic essays responds to an address on Samoan religious culture to the 2009 World Parliament of Religions by Samoa’s Head of State, His Highness Tui Atua Tupua Tamasese Ta’isi Efi. The address challenges some basic aspects and assumptions in modern Samoan indigenous religious culture. The poetry and essays form a carefully woven critique, from within and outside Samoa, of aspects of Samoa’s religious and cultural values. Tamasailau Suaalii-Sauni is a senior lecturer in the Pacific Studies Programme and programme director for the Samoan Studies Programme, Vaaomanū Pasifika Unit, Victoria University of Wellington. She has co-edited Su‘esu‘e Manogi: In Search of Fragrance: Tui Atua Tupua Tamasese Ta’isi Efi and the Samoan Indigenous Reference and Bitter Sweet: Indigenous Women in the Pacific.

May 2014


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Words Between Us – He Kōrero: First Māori–Pākehā Conversations on Paper Alison Jones and Kuni Jenkins Māori engagement with handwriting from 1769 to 1826 and new perspectives on the first conversations between Māori and Pākehā Winner, Best Book in Higher Education Publishing, CLNZ Educational Publishing Awards, 2012 Winner, Te Kōrero Pono – Non-fiction, Ngā Kupu Ora Māori Book Awards, 2012 Winner, Best Educational Book, PANZ Book Design Awards, 2012 978-1-86969-478-4, 256 pages, softcover

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Beneath the Māori Moon: An Illustrated History of Māori Rugby Malcolm Mulholland An illustrated history of 100 years of Māori rugby, with statistics, player interviews and the all-time best Māori XV Winner, Sport & Recreation Category, Ngā Kupu Ora Māori Book Awards, 2009 978-1-86969-305-3, 328 pages, hardcover

$50 100 Years: Māori Rugby League 1908–2008 Bernie Wood and John Coffey An illustrated history of Māori rugby league from the glories of victory to the agonies of defeat 978-1-86969-331-2, 376 pages, hardcover John Coffey & Bernie Wood

$30 Auckland: 100 Years of Rugby League 1909–2009 Auckland Rugby League, Bernie Wood and John Coffey A century of rugby league at international, district, provincial and club levels and the men who made Auckland league strong 978-1-86969-366-4, 440 pages, hardcover

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Huia Histories of Māori: Ngā Tāhuhu Kōrero 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 978-1-77550-009-4, 444 pages, softcover

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Trading Cultures: A History of the Far North Adrienne Puckey A social, economic and political history of Māori–Pākehā interaction in the Far North of New Zealand from the 1700s to the present 978-1-86969-454-8, 392 pages, softcover

$45

Contested Ground: Te Whenua i Tohea – The Taranaki Wars 1860–1881 Edited by Kelvin Day Marking 150 years since the Taranaki Wars began, this history gives fresh insights into this turbulent period and its legacy. Winner, Ngā Kupu Ora Māori Book Awards, History Category, 2010 Winner, Best Book in Higher Education, CLL Educational Publishing Awards, 2011 978-1-86969-411-1, 332 pages, hardcover

$50

The Parihaka Album: Lest We Forget Rachel Buchanan A historical memoir about the Parihaka invasion and discovery of the author’s family links with Parihaka and early Wellington 978-1-86969-399-2, 308 pages, softcover

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Ngāti Ruanui: A History Tony Sole A detailed Taranaki history describing Ngāti Ruanui’s determination to hold on to their land and autonomy 1-86969-180-6, 526 pages, softcover

$30

Hīkoi: Forty Years of Māori Protest Aroha Harris The contemporary Māori protest movement and the rationale behind the actions, accompanied by photographs of the action 1-86969-101-6, 164 pages, softcover Also translated into German

$25 Woven by Water: Histories from the Whanganui River David Young A remarkable book that traces oral and archival stories of the Whanganui River Highly Commended, triennial J M Sherrad Award for regional history 0-908975-59-7, 336 pages, softcover

$20


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Ngā Taumata: A Portrait of Ngāti Kahungunu 1870–1906 Edited by Ngātai Huata Photographic portraits of Ngāti Kahungunu by Samuel Carnell and essays in English and Māori about the lives of those photographed 1-86969-033-8, 192 pages, hardcover

$20

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 Hilary and John Mitchell An illustrated comprehensive history of Māori of Marlborough and Nelson, encompassing oral histories and documented accounts 1-86969-087-7, 500 pages, hardcover

$45

Te Tau Ihu o Te Waka: A History of Māori of Nelson and Marlborough Volume II: Te Ara Hou – The New Society Hilary and John Mitchell A detailed study of Māori participation in European settlement society Winner, History category, Montana New Zealand Book Awards, 2008 978-1-86969-294-0, 500 pages, hardcover

$45


30 | Biography and Culture

Victoria Cross at Takrouna: The Haane Manahi Story Paul Moon Haane Manahi’s courageous feats in Tunisia in the Second World War and events surrounding downgrading of the award for his exceptional bravery 978-1-86969-420-3, 180 pages, softcover

$25 Te Wiremu – Henry Williams: Early Years in the North Edited by Caroline Fitzgerald Through journals and letters, Rev. Henry Williams tells his own story from arrival in the Bay of Islands to the signing of the Treaty of Waitangi. 978-1-86969-439-5, 368 pages, softcover

$30

King Pōtatau: An Account of the Life of Pōtatau Te Wherowhero the First Māori King Pei Te Hurinui First published by the Polynesian Society in 1959, now revised, this backgrounds the Kīngitanga and details events of Te Wherowhero’s life 1775–1860. 978-1-77550-122-0 EPUB, 320 pages 978-1-77550-123-7 Kindle, 320 pages Available in e-book format only


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Ngā Tini Whetū: Navigating Māori Futures Mason Durie Essays that explore issues and opportunities for Māori and pathways to achieve indigenous aspirations 978-1-86969-452-4, 468 pages, softcover

$4999 Flashback: Tales and Treasures of Taranaki Andrew Moffat Showcasing items from the Puke Ariki collections, this book casts new light on stories and people of the Taranaki region. 978-1-86969-482-1, 340 pages, softcover

$55

Patterns of the Past: Tattoo Revival in the Cook Islands Therese Mangos and John Utanga Photographs by Kirsty Griffin This illustrated book traces the history and practice of Cook Islands tattooing through oral traditions, reports of early Europeans and archival material. 978-0-473-19377-5, 224 pages, softcover

$49.99


32 | Culture

The Game Butcher: Wild about Meat Darran Meates with Aaron Smale This illustrated book teaches you how to process pigs and deer, including tips on knives, skinning and butchery. 978-1-86969-421-0, 172 pages, softcover

$45 Cooking with Charles Royal Charles Royal and Jenny Kaka Scott Recipes from chef Charles Royal who uses indigenous New Zealand ingredients to give dishes a uniquely New Zealand look and flavour 978-1-86969-418-0, 144 pages, softcover

$30

People of the Land: Images and Māori Proverbs of Aotearoa New Zealand Hirini Moko Mead and June Te Rina Mead Poignant Māori proverbs, explained in English, and images of Māori that encapsulate traditional wisdom and values Winner, Te Reo Māori Category, Ngā Kupu Ora Māori Book Awards, 2010 978-1-86969-403-6, 120 pages, hardcover

$30


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Tikanga Māori: Living by Māori Values Hirini Mead A comprehensive discussion of tikanga Māori (Māori custom) and its application to contemporary issues and situations 1-877283-88-6, 408 pages, softcover

$45 Ngā Kāhui Pou: Launching Māori Futures Mason Durie A discussion of Māori traditions and customs and what is needed to sustain Māori in the new millennium 978-1-77550-051-3 EPUB, 368 pages 978-1-77550-058-2 Kindle, 368 pages Available in e-book format only

The Eternal Thread: The Art of Māori Weaving Miriama Evans and Ranui Ngarimu A photographic showcase of Māori weaving, based on the exhibition of the same name Finalist, Montana New Zealand Book Awards, 2006 1-86969-161-X, 176 pages, softcover

$30


34 | Indigenous and Post-Colonial Studies

My Language, My Inspiration – The Struggle Continues Tōku Reo, Tōku Ohooho – Ka Whawhai Tonu Mātou Chris Winitana A co-publication with Te Taura Whiri i te Reo Māori describing initiatives to revive the Māori language 1972–2008 Tōku Reo, Tōku Ohooho: Winner, Ngā Kupu Ora Māori Book Awards, Te Reo Māori Category, 2011 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

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Mana Tangata: Politics of Empowerment Edited by Huia Tomlins-Jahnke and Malcolm Mulholland Māori academics discuss Māori language, marae, religion, Treaty of Waitangi, State and Māori, citizenship, mental health, health workers, kaitiakitanga and horticulture. 978-1-86969-480-7, 304 pages, softcover

$45

‘Always Speaking’: The Treaty of Waitangi and Public Policy Edited by Veronica MH Tawhai and Katarina Gray-Sharp The foremost Māori thinkers discuss the current place of the Treaty of Waitangi, challenges faced and possibilities for future development. 978-1-86969-481-4, 356 pages, softcover

$45 Māori and Social Issues Ngā Pae o te Māramatanga Edited Collections Volume One Edited by Tracey McIntosh and Malcolm Mulholland Social scientists give a snapshot of the position of Māori compared with New Zealand society as a whole. 978-1-77550-002-5, 332 pages, softcover

$45


36 | Indigenous and Post-Colonial Studies

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, 372 pages, softcover

$45

The State of Māori Rights Margaret Mutu A Māori view of events and issues 1994– 2009 when Māori continued asserting their rights as the indigenous people of New Zealand 978-1-86969-437-1, 256 pages, softcover

$45

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Weeping Waters: The Treaty of Waitangi and Constitutional Change Edited by Malcolm Mulholland and Veronica Tawhai Eighteen respected Māori writers discuss the place of the Treaty of Waitangi in a constitution for Aotearoa New Zealand. 978-1-86969-404-3, 384 pages, softcover

$40


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Māori and the Environment: Kaitiaki Edited by Rachael Selby, Pātaka Moore and Malcolm Mulholland Analysis of actions taken to preserve and restore the environment, demonstrating principles of kaitiakitanga – the Māori relationship of guardianship with the land 978-1-86969-402-9, 372 pages, softcover

$40

Māori and Parliament: Diverse Strategies and Compromises Edited by Maria Bargh Academics, parliamentarians and pundits examine the historical and contemporary relationship between Māori and Parliament and issues around future constitutional reform 978-1-86969-405-0, 250 pages, softcover

$15

Culture Speaks: Cultural Relationships and Classroom Learning Russell Bishop and Mere Berryman A strategy for raising Māori educational achievement based on an examination of schooling experiences of Māori students, their families, principals and teachers 1-86969-279-9, 280 pages, softcover

$45


38 | New Zealand Fiction

Ngā Waituhi o Rēhua Katerina Te Heikōkō Mataira A science-fantasy novel in te reo Māori about four teenagers who leave planet Rēhua on a quest to return to Earth Winner, Te Tohu o Kupu Ora (Lifetime Achievement Award), Ngā Kupu Ora Māori Book Awards, 2012 978-1-77550-006-3, 396 pages, hardcover, audio DVD Te reo Māori edition only

$35 Zhu Mao Mark Sweet Architect Scott Warren returns to China after twenty-three years and revisits the past, which merges dangerously with the present. 978-1-86969-479-1, 204 pages, softcover

$30

Dark Jelly Alice Tawhai Evocative short stories about people’s resilience and small joys in seemingly bleak lives 978-1-86969-476-0, 248 pages, softcover

$30


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Huia Short Stories 9

Huia Short Stories 9 Contemporary Māori Fiction

Huia Short Stories 9: Contemporary Māori Fiction This collection of short stories and novel extracts showcases the best from the Pikihuia Awards for Māori Writers 2011. 978-1-86969-475-3, 364 pages, softcover

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$20 The Graphologist’s Apprentice Whiti Hereaka A witty romance with a twist – Mae teaches January to learn about people through their handwriting, and uncovers January’s secret fantasy life. Finalist, 2011 Commonwealth Writers’ Prize South East Asia and Pacific Best First Book 978-1-86969-422-7, 260 pages, softcover

$25

Once Upon a Time in Aotearoa Tina Makereti Short stories that explore a world where mythological characters and stories become part of everyday life Winner, Ngā Kupu Ora Māori Book Awards, Fiction Category, 2011 978-1-86969-416-6, 196 pages, softcover

$30


40 | New Zealand Fiction and Drama

Ocean Roads James George A powerful, unnerving novel about three generations of a family who have been scarred by war Finalist, 2007 Commonwealth Writers’ Prize for Best Book in the South East Asia and South Pacific region Finalist, Montana New Zealand Book Awards, 2007 1-86969-237-3, 400 pages, softcover

$25

Hummingbird James George Three strangers meeting at Ninety Mile Beach undergo a bittersweet exploration of freedom and confinement, family and belonging. Finalist, Montana New Zealand Book Awards, 2004 Finalist, Tasmania Pacific Fiction Prize, 2005 1-877283-66-5, 340 pages, softcover

$25

Festival of Miracles Alice Tawhai Short stories about richly varied characters and their lives on the edge Special Mention, Montana New Zealand Book Awards, Best First Book category, 2006 1-86969-127-X, 208 pages, softcover. Also translated into French

$25


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Purapurawhetū Briar Grace-Smith A play about people’s loss and dispossession giving way to forgiveness, healing, humour and the ability to move forward 0-908975-78-3, 112 pages, softcover

$20 When Sun and Moon Collide Briar Grace-Smith Issac’s quiet life running a tearoom changes forever when he becomes embroiled in a sinister situation. Comprehensive study resource available at back of play script 978-1-86969-316-9, 120 pages, softcover

$18 Waiora Hone Kouka A comic, devastating drama of a Māori family and their Pākehā guests realising different interpretations of home and belonging Comprehensive teachers’ guide available 0-908975-27-9, 124 pages, softcover

$20


42 | Pacific Literature

The Adventures of Vela Albert Wendt An epic novel fusing oral storytelling and Western poetry in the tales of Vela, Samoan song maker, poet and storyteller Winner, Commonwealth Writers’ Prize 2010, South East Asia and Pacific Region 978-1-86969-363-3, 288 pages, softcover

$25 Dream Fish Floating Karlo Mila Poems about the tensions between migration and returning, the new and the traditional, and about friendship, family and love Jessie Mackay Award for Best First Book of Poetry, Montana New Zealand Book Awards, 2006 1-86969-128-8, 153 pages, softcover

$15

A Well Written Body Karlo Mila and Delicia Sampero A clever, sensitive collection of poems and paintings about longing and desire, identity and belonging 978-1-86969-321-3, 80 pages, softcover

$20


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The Smell of the Moon Lemanatele Mark Kneubuhl A fanciful novel about a middle-aged man searching for a new life on a South Pacific island 1-86969-210-1, 178 pages, softcover Available only from HUIA

$10 Transit of Venus Rowan Metcalfe A novel based on the mutiny of the Bounty and the Tahitian women who joined the Bounty and left their homeland 1-86969-083-4, 325 pages, softcover Available only from HUIA Also translated into French

$10

Niu Voices: Contemporary Pacific Fiction 1 An anthology of new writing by established and emerging Pacific authors 1-86969-254-3, 220 pages, softcover

$10


44 | Māori Language Learning

Everyday Words in Māori Māori translation by Huia Publishers A colourful, fun picture dictionary and pronunciation guide for beginners in te reo Māori to encourage effective, longterm learning 978-1-86969-398-5, 48 pages, softcover

$20 First Thousand Words in Māori A bright picture dictionary with a wealth of vocabulary-building opportunities – Māori edition of the Usborne First Thousand Words series 1-86969-239-x, 64 pages, softcover

$20


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First Hundred Words in Māori A companion dictionary to the First Thousand Words in Māori, with clear illustrations and a guide to pronunciation and counting 978-1-86969-304-6, 40 pages, softcover

$20

Tirohia Kimihia: A Māori Learner Dictionary A learner dictionary written entirely in Māori for students in Māori medium schools and all learners of Māori language Finalist, Montana New Zealand Book Awards 2007, Reference and Anthology Category 1-86969-179-2, 260 pages, softcover

$20 Te Kete Kupu: 300 Essential Words in Māori The 300 most frequently used words in Māori, giving examples of their use, supported by colourful illustrations Winner, Best Educational Book, Spectrum Print Book Design Awards, 2007 1-86969-178-4, 48 pages, softcover

$15


46 | Children's Books

Rāhui Chris Szekely Illustrated by Malcolm Ross Translated by Brian Morris A beautifully illustrated picture book about cousins’ holidays in a rural Māori community and an event that leads to a rāhui Winner, Picture Book category, New Zealand Post Children’s Book Awards, 2012 Winner, Illustration Award – Russell Clark Award, LIANZA Children’s Book Awards, 2012 Winner, Librarians’ Choice Award, LIANZA Children’s Book Awards 2012 Selected for the Storylines Notable Books List, 2012 Te reo Māori and English editions available 978-1-86969-470-8 (English), 44 pages, hardcover 978-1-86969-471-5 (te reo Māori), 44 pages, hardcover

$20

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Born to Fly Hautipua Rererangi Story as told by Julian Arahanga Illustrated by Andrew Burdan Te reo Māori translation by Ruia Aperahama A graphic novel about WWII Māori pilot John Pohe and his capture and escape from a POW camp Hautipua Rererangi: Winner, Te Tohu Pounamu for Te Wahanga Kaiwhakamāori, LIANZA Children’s Book Awards, 2010 Te reo Māori and English editions available 978-1-77550-004-9 (English), 40 pages, softcover 978-1-77550-007-0 (te reo Māori), 40 pages, softcover

$25

each

Victory at Point 209 Ngarimu Te Tohu Toa Huia Publishers Illustrated by Andrew Burdan A graphic novel about the battle in WWII that led to Te Moananui-a-Kiwa Ngarimu of 28 Māori Battalion receiving the VC Ngarimu Te Tohu Toa: Winner, Te Kura Pounamu Award, LIANZA Children’s Book Awards, 2011 Ngarimu Te Tohu Toa: Highly Commended, Best Book or Series in Secondary Education, CLL Educational Publishing Awards, 2011 Te reo Māori and English editions available 978-1-77550-005-6 (English), 40 pages, softcover 978-1-77550-008-7 (te reo Māori), 40 pages, softcover

$25

each


48 | Children's Books

The Scent of Apples Jacquie McRae Libby falls into depression when her grandfather dies, but at boarding school, new friendships help her to heal. For young people 12–16 years old Gold medal winner in the 2012 Independent Publisher Book Awards, Australia/New Zealand – Best Regional Fiction category Selected for the White Ravens International Youth Library catalogue 2012 as an outstanding book for children and young adults 978-1-86969-477-7, 192 pages, softcover

$20


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Josefa and the Vu Tulia Thompson An adventure story for children 8–12 years with a giant warrior, dangerous cliffs, cheeky brothers and eerie laughter 978-1-86969-300-8, 192 pages, softcover

$15 Inna Furey Isabel Waiti-Mulholland An exciting story for children 8–12 years. A girl goes missing and only Leanne knows what’s happened – but she can’t tell anyone. 978-1-86969-297-1, 160 pages, softcover

$15 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), 28 pages, softcover 978-1-86969-330-5 (te reo Māori), 28 pages, softcover

$13

each


50 | Children's Books

Barnaby Bennett Hannah Rainforth Illustrated by Ali Teo A fun picture book about a boy who wants to wear the colour red every day Selected for the White Ravens International Youth Literary catalogue as one of the world’s top 250 children’s books for 2007 Highly Commended, Children’s Book, Spectrum Print Design Awards, 2007 Bronze Medalist, Picture Book – Preschool category, 2007 Moonbeam Children’s Book Awards 1-86969-232-2, 32 pages, softcover

$10 Rangi and his Dinosaurs Katerina Te Heikōkō Mataira Illustrated by Ali Teo A picture book in which Rangi wishes he could go to Dinosaur Land 0-908975-97-X, 32 pages, hardcover

$15 Cuzzies Meet the Motuhoa Shark Tommy Kapai Illustrated by Mike Henry Published by Kina, an imprint of Huia Publishers The cuzzies head off on a fising trip with their Uncle Tutu, but things go wrong 1-86969-100-8, 32 pages, softcover

$15


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Te Wao Nui a Tāne Nā Hirini Melbourne ngā waiata Nā Te Maari Gardiner ngā pikitia Hirini Melbourne’s collection of waiata about the forest world, beautifully presented in a CD and illustrated picture book set Winner, Non-fiction category, New Zealand Post Children’s Book Awards, 2000 Te reo Māori with English translations 0-908975-99-6, 72 pages, hardcover, CD

$20 set

Where’s Koro’s Hat? Kei Hea Taku Pōtae? Kerehi Waiariki Illustrated by Brian Gunson On calm sunny days, Koro puts on his hat and goes fishing with his mokopuna. But where is his hat? Te reo Māori and English editions available 978-1-86969-397-8 (English), 24 pages, softcover 978-1-86969-396-1 (te reo Māori), 24 pages, softcover

$10

each

Cuzzies Find the Rainbow’s End Tommy Kapai Illustrated by Mike Henry Published by Kina, an imprint of Huia Publishers The adventurous cuzzies go in search of the rainbow’s end 1-9582517-0-3, 32 pages, softcover

$15


52 | Backlist

Non-fiction Bargh, Maria (editor); Resistance: An Indigenous Response to Neoliberalism 978-1-86969-286-5, $20 Harrison, Noel; Graham Latimer: A Biography 1-877283-68-1, $15, available only from HUIA Hewitt, Rob with Aaron Smale; Treading Water: Rob Hewitt’s Survival Story 978-1-86969-318-3, $25 Hutchings, Jessica, and Clive Aspin (eds); Sexuality and the Stories of Indigenous People 1-86969-254-3, $20, available only from HUIA Ka’ai, Tānia M; Ngoingoi Pēwhairangi: A Remarkable Life 978-1-86969-317-6, $30, CD included Keenan, Danny (editor); Terror in Our Midst? Searching for Terror in Aotearoa New Zealand 978-1-86969-329-9, $25, available only from HUIA Oettli, Peter; God’s Messenger: J F Riemenschneider and Racial Conflict in 19th Century New Zealand 978-1-86969-320-6, $25 O’Malley, Vincent; Agents of Autonomy: Māori Committees in the Nineteenth Century 1-877241-02-4, $25, available only from HUIA O’Malley, Vincent and David Armstrong; The Beating Heart: A Political and Socio-economic History of Te Arawa 978-1-86969-307-7, $15 O’Sullivan, Dominic; Faith, Politics and Reconciliation: Catholicism and the Politics of Indigeneity 1-86969-1-51-2, $15, available only from HUIA Peters, Mahora and James George; Showband! Mahora and the Māori Volcanics 1-86969-159-8, $15, CD included, available only from HUIA Stevenson, Karen; The Frangipani Is Dead: Contemporary Pacific Art in New Zealand 978-1-86969-325-1, $25, available only from HUIA Te Pou, Matt, and Matt McIlraith; Against the Odds: Matt Te Pou and Māori Rugby 1-86969-251-9, $10, available only from HUIA

Fiction Baker, Chris; Shadow Waters 1-86969-235-7, $20, available only from HUIA, available in e-book format


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Charman-Love, Lindsay; Top Hat and Taiaha And Other Stories 1-877266-23-X, $20, available only from HUIA Huia Short Stories 6 1-86969-201-2, $20, available only from HUIA Hulme, Keri; Stonefish 1-869691-06-7, $25, available only from HUIA Also translated into German Morey, Kelly Ana; Quinine 978-1-86969-431-9, $10 Ngā Pakiwaitara a Huia 1995 0-90875-14-7, $10, available only from HUIA 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 Renée; Kissing Shadows 1-86969-203-9, $25, available only from HUIA, available in e-book format Spitz, Chantal, translated by Jean Anderson; Island of Shattered Dreams 978-1-86969-299-5, $25, available only from HUIA Tawhai, Alice; Luminous 978-1-86969-293-3, $25, available in e-book format Waiti-Mulholland, Isabel; At the Heart of Hiruharama 1-86969-238-1, $25, available only from HUIA

Poetry Sullivan, Robert; Cassino: City of Martyrs/Città Martire 978-1-86969-417-3, $15

Drama Wendt, Albert; The Songmaker’s Chair 1-869690-31-1, $15, available only from HUIA

Children’s Books Clarke, Mere; Whirikoki and his Seal Illustrated by Manu Smith 0-0908975-22-8, $13 Drewery, Melanie; Koro’s Medicine Illustrated by Sabrina Malcolm 1-86969-102-4, $13


54 | Backlist and Index of Titles

Drewery, Melanie; Ngā Rongoā a Koro Nā Sabrina Malcolm ngā pikitia Nā Kararaina Uatuku i whakamāori 1-86969-103-2, $13 Gabel, Ngareta; Oh Hogwash, Sweet Pea! Illustrated by Astrid Jensen and Ali Teo 1-877283-96-7, $17, available as a Q Book Ihimaera, Witi; The Little Kowhai Tree Illustrated by Henry Campbell 1-877283-64-9, $18 Ngā Pakiwaitara mā ngā Tamariki 2 1-877241-46-6, $10, available only from HUIA Tipene, Tim; Te Taniwha i te Kura Nā Henry Campbell ngā pikitia 1-877266-53-1, $15, available only from HUIA

Index of Titles 100 Years: Māori Rugby League 1908–2008 Adventures of Vela, The Against the Odds Agents of Autonomy Ahi Kaaroa, Te Ahuwhenua ‘Always Speaking’ Ancestry Anuhe Tino Hiakai, Te At the Heart of Hiruharama Auckland: 100 Years of Rugby League 1909–2009 Barnaby Bennett Beating Heart, The Beneath the Māori Moon Born to Fly Bugs Cassino Colonising Myths – Māori Realities Contested Ground Cooking with Charles Royal Culture Speaks Cuzzies Find the Rainbow’s End Cuzzies Meet the Motuhoa Shark Dark Jelly Dream Fish Floating

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Eternal Thread, The Everyday Words in Māori Exploring Māori Culture Faith, Politics and Reconciliation Festival of Miracles First Hundred Words in Māori First Thousand Words in Māori Flashback Frangipani Is Dead, The Game Butcher, The Gift of Children, The God’s Messenger Graham Latimer Graphologist’s Apprentice, The Haere ki te Rapu Pea, Te Hautipua Rererangi Hīkoi Hua o te Reo Māori, Te Huia Histories of Māori Huia Short Stories 6 Huia Short Stories 9 Huia Short Stories 10 Huihui o Matariki, Te Hummingbird Inna Furey Island of Shattered Dreams Josefa and the Vu Kāhui Pou, Ngā Kei Hea Taku Pōtae? Kei Reira ngā Weriweri Kei te Kīhini o te Pō Kete Kupu, Te King Pōtatau Kissing Shadows Koro’s Medicine Little Kowhai Tree, The Living by the Moon Luminous Mana Māori and Christianity Mana Tangata Māori and Parliament Māori and Social Issues Māori and the Environment Mataatua

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56 | Index of Titles

Maumahara ki tērā Nōema Mīhini Iti Kōwhai, Te My Language, My Inspiration New Flags Flying Ngarimu Te Tohu Toa Ngāti Ruanui Ngoingoi Pēwhairangi Niu Voices Ocean Roads Oh Hogwash, Sweet Pea! ‘O le Katepila Matuā Fia ‘Ai ‘O le Nofoaga ‘olo‘o iai Meaola Mata‘utia Once Upon a Time in Aotearoa Pakiwaitara a Huia 1995, Ngā Pakiwaitara a Huia 3, Ngā Pakiwaitara mā ngā Tamariki 2, Ngā Parihaka Album, The Patterns of the Past People of the Land Purapurawhetū (English) Purapurawhetū (Māori) Quinine Quit Rāhui Rangi and his Dinosaurs Relax Remember That November Resistance Rongoā a Koro, Ngā Scent of Apples, The Seven Stars of Matariki, The Sexuality and the Stories of Indigenous People Shadow Waters Showband! Skeleton Woman, The Smell of the Moon, The Songmaker’s Chair, The Spirit of Māori Leadership, The State of Māori Rights, The Stonefish Swim Tāhoe Tanguruhau, Te Taniwha i te Kura, Te

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Tau Ihu o Te Waka Volume I, Te Tau Ihu o Te Waka Volume II, Te Taumata, Ngā Terror in Our Midst? Te Whiti o Rongomai and Parihaka Tikanga Māori Timo and the Kingfish Timo te Kaihī Ika Tini Whetū, Ngā Tirohia Kimihia Tohunga Auaha, Te Tōku Reo, Tōku Ohooho Top Hat and Taiaha Trading Cultures Transit of Venus Treading Water Tū Victoria Cross at Takrouna Victory at Point 209 Waiora Waituhi o Rēhua, Ngā Wao Nui a Tāne, Te Weeping Waters Well Written Body, A When Sun and Moon Collide Where’s Koro’s Hat? Whirikoki and his Seal Whispers and Vanities Wiremu – Henry Williams, Te Words Between Us – He Kōrero Woven by Water Zhu Mao

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58 | Huia Publishers Ltd and Methods of Payment

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Total cost of order (all prices include GST)

$

*Freight – Over $100, no charge for freight

$0.00

*Freight – Under $100, please add $8.50 for courier

$8.50

*Freight – Under $100, please add $5.00 for post

$5.00

TOTAL PAYMENT

$



Huia Catalogue 2013-14