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  • Meitaki Taau ‘Anga’anga, Nana! – Nice work, Nana!

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    By Kairangi Ioane

    When Nana was young she had to help the family prepare copra. Here’s how they did it.
    Meitaki Taau ‘Anga’anga, Nana! is a bilingual book written in Cook Islands Māori and English.

  • Oki Akaou Mai – Come Back Soon

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    By Kairone Ioane

    It’s Kairone’s first trip to the Cook Islands. Let’s find out what he did there … and a lesson he learned!
    Oki Akaou Mai is a bilingual book written in Cook Islands Māori and English.

  • Ra Maketi i Raro – Market Day in Raro

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    By O-Auri Rikona-Mateariki

    Nana loved going to the market in Rarotonga when she was a child. Let’s find out what she loved about it!
    Ra Maketi i Raro is a bilingual book written in Cook Islands Māori and English.

  • Toa Moa a Papa – Papa’s Toa Moa

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    By Junior Rubena

    When Papa was young he had lots of jobs to do in the village.
    His favourite job was feeding his special chicken.
    Toa Moa a Papa is a bilingual book written in Cook Islands Māori and English.

  • Tuatau Taro – Taro Time

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    By Layton-Monroe Johnson

    Do you know how to grow taro? Mama Kathy learned how to do it when she was growing up in the Cook Islands. Let’s find out more!
    Tuatau Taro is a bilingual book written in Cook Islands Māori and English.

  • E Kamata i te Mulipapa

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    Ko Fa’aitu kua fia fano lele oi fagota ma na taulelea i moana. Ko na magō, na feke, na tafolā … kae ko ia e hē mataku lele ai. I Tokelau, e iei lava te taimi e fetaui mo na mea uma. Ko te taimi hako nei tenei o Fa’aitu?

    Faaitu can’t wait to go fishing with the men in the open ocean. Sharks, octopus, whales … he’s not afraid of them! But in Tokelau there’s a right time for everything. Will this be Faaitu’s time?

     

     

     

  • Ko te Fagatuaga Hili ia i te Lalolagi

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    Ko Mala ko he tino makeke i te fagatua, nae nofo i Fakaofo. Kae ko na tino o te fenua nae faikino ki ei. I te tahi aho, na hula ake ai he matuā magō. E mafai nei e Mala oi laveaki mai te nuku, i ana muna fagatua?

    Mala is a great wrestler who lived in Fakaofo. But the people of the village are mean to him. One day a giant shark turns up. Can Mala save the village with his wrestling skills?

  • Ko te Vaka Pito Haohaoa i Nukunonu

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    I na tauhaga uma lava, e fai ai te tukugā vaka fakapitoa i Nukunonu. Ko Maleko e fofou ke fau e ia he vaka, ke fano i te tukuga tenei. Kae ko tana uō ia Tovia, e fofou ke alo e ia te vaka. Ei nā mua nei to la vaka?

    Every year a special canoe race was held in Nukunonu. Maleko wants to build a canoe to enter the race. His friend Tovio wants to row the canoe. Will they win?

  • Malū i Loto o te Afā

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    1 Fepuali, 1990. 8.30afiafi. Fakaaliga Fakapitoa o te Tau. Ko te Afā ko Ofa, kua agai atu nei ki luga o Tokelau.
    e ā nei tā na tino ka fai? E fakahao nei vehea ki latou?

    1 February, 1990. 8.30pm. Special Weather Bulletin. Cyclone Ofa is travelling towards Tokelau.
    What will the people do? How will they survive?

  • Ni Toa Mai Fakaofo

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    E vehea ona kavea koe ma toa mai Fakaofo? E hau te taimi, ka maua ai e Frank te tali o te fehili!

    What does it take to be a winner from Fakaofo? Frank is going to find out!

  • Pasifika Coastwatchers by David Riley

    Pasifika Coastwatchers

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    On Sunday 7 December 1941, Japanese fighter planes attacked American ships in Pearl Harbour, Hawaii. New Zealand, Australia, the United States and Britain declared war on Japan.
    And the Pasifika Coastwatchers leaped into action!
    Their job was to report the movements of Japanese aircraft, ships and submarines. If they were caught they were beaten, imprisoned and sometimes executed. But without these brave men, women and children, the Pacific war may have been lost. This is their story.
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  • Konenerio and the Flag Master – Konenerio ao te Tia Itoman

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    A Bible, a hymn book, and two white flags. Who would think that such ordinary objects could help save people’s lives? But that’s exactly what happened in Kiribati during World War Two.

    And all thanks to a 15-year-old boy named Rob’ati.

    Find out how Rob’ati did it in Konenerio and the Flag Master – Konenerio ao te Tia Itomanan epic bilingual (English and Kiribati) story of bravery, clever thinking and faith.

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