Tu meke tūī! koni atu kē ngā āhua o te manu rērere

Clarke, Malcolm

Flox

Notes
mao eng
18 unnumbered pages
colour illustrations
New Zealand author; New Zealand illustrator
Summary: Teru the tui and Taitu the takahe are very different sorts of birds: one loves to flit and twirl around in the sky, while the other prefers to rustle about in the undergrowth. This story talks of courage and friendship and sometimes how our differences can be special and helpful
Text in Māori, translated from English
Librarian's Miscellania
20190226184849.0
Location edition Bar Code due date
Maori Information Shelves A6710
Genre:New Zealand stories
Stories in rhyme
Verse stories
Dewey:CLA
ISBN:9780473400729
pub:2017
Subjects
Māori