• He Whakamarama a Full Self Help Course in Maori
    He Whakamarama a Full Self Help Course in Maori
    He Whakamarama is a full course in everyday Maori language. Aimed at students of all ages and backgrounds, it features a concise but comprehensive approach in one volume. Straightforward explanations with numerous examples. A logical sequence to allow rapid progress. Revision exercises to reinforce and confirm understanding. Classic photos by Gil Hanly.

    ISBN: 9781442531093
    Publication date: 01/01/2012
    Edition: 4
    Price: $61.99
    Author: Foster, John
    Format: Paperback
    Price: $61.99
  • Heke Tangata Maori in Markets and Cities
    Heke Tangata Maori in Markets and Cities
    Heke Tangata can broadly be translated as `migration of the people', and in this book economist Brian Easton tracks the major relocations Maori have made into the cities and market economy since 1945. The book's first part provides a narrative of the post-war Maori experience while the second part gives the statistical basis, covering areas including criminal justice, demography, education, employment, health, housing, incomes and wealth. The picture that emerges is stark: Maori remain a generation behind Pakeha in economic well-being. Concise, impartial and pulling no punches, Heke Tangata represents a core text for policy discussion and general understanding of Maori economic participation in contemporary Aotearoa/New Zealand.

    ISBN: 9780947506438
    Publication date: 04/05/2018
    Price: $29.99
    Author: Easton, Brian
    Format: Paperback
    Price: $29.99
  • Huia Short Stories: 13 Contemporary Maori Fiction
    Huia Short Stories: 13 Contemporary Maori Fiction
    Here are the best short stories from the Pikihuia Awards for Maori writers 2019 as judged by Scotty Morrison, Robyn Bargh, Tuehu Harris, Whiti Hereaka, Poia Rewi and Carol Hirschfeld. This competition, run by the Maori Literature Trust and Huia Publishers, is held every two years to promote Maori writers and their work. This year, the awards sought short fiction from first-time, emerging and published writers in te reo Maori and English. The competition attracts several hundred entries each year from writers of all ages and those who are starting out to seasoned authors. This collection of finalists' fiction celebrates Maori writing, introduces new talent and gives an opportunity for Maori writers to shine.

    ISBN: 9781775503965
    Price: $25.00
    Format: Paperback
    Price: $25.00
  • Instant Maori
    Instant Maori
    Instant! Maori is a pocket-sized Maori-English phrase book packed with hundreds of practical and down-to-earth phrases - made easy. Using phonetics, it enables readers to speak correct Maori in seconds. The content includes the short and long version of what to say on a Marae, how to talk to your pets, appropriate phrases to say when at a hangi or in the pub, how to recite The Lord's Prayer, how to introduce yourself and family in Maori and even verbal exit strategies when you're surrounded by the Mongrel Mob.

    ISBN: 9780476006676
    Publication date: 23/09/2004
    Price: $14.99
    Author: Theobald, Nick
    Format: Paperback
    Price: $14.99
  • Ka Whawhai Tonu Matou Struggle Without End
    Ka Whawhai Tonu Matou Struggle Without End
    A revised edition of the best-selling book containing two new chapters covering the last decade and a half. 'The struggle without end continues...' This is a revised edition of Dr Ranginui Walker's best-selling history of Aotearoa, New Zealand, from a Maori perspective. Since the mid-nineteenth century, Maori have been involved in an endless struggle for justice, equality and self-determination. In this book Dr Walker provides a uniquely Maori view, not only of the events of the past two centuries but beyond to the very origins of Maori people. In this updated edition Dr Walker has added new chapters covering the years of 1990, the flowering of the Maori culture and the growth of Maori political and economic power. Recent issues such as the foreshore and seabed legislation, the hikoi and Don Brash's Orewa speech are discussed.

    ISBN: 9780143019459
    Publication date: 03/11/2004
    Edition: RE
    Price: $45.00
    Author: Walker, Ranginui
    Format: Paperback
    Price: $45.00
  • Ko Taranaki Te Maunga
    Ko Taranaki Te Maunga
    Parihaka was a place and an event that could be lost and found, over and over. It moved into view, then disappeared, just like the mountain.

    In 1881, over 1,500 colonial troops invaded the village of Parihaka near the Taranaki coast. Many people were expelled, buildings destroyed, and chiefs Te Whiti o Rongomai and Tohu Kakahi were jailed.

    In this BWB Text, Rachel Buchanan tells her own, deeply personal story of Parihaka. Beginning with the death of her father, a man with affiliations to many of Taranaki’s eight iwi, she describes her connection to Taranaki, the land and mountain; and the impact of confiscation. Buchanan discusses the apologies and settlements that have taken place since te pahuatanga, the invasion of Parihaka.

    ISBN: 9781988545288
    Publication date: 03/09/2018
    Price: $14.99
    Author: Buchanan, Rachel
    Format: Paperback
    Price: $14.99
  • Legends of Rotorua and the Hot Lakes
    Legends of Rotorua and the Hot Lakes
    First published in 1958, this is the classic collection of myths relating to that cradle of Maori culture, Rotorua - with relevance across New Zealand
    Rotorua is one of New Zealand's most visited cities. It is impossible to avoid the area's Maori history and, in this book, it is easy to learn about the most popular legends of the area. These include Ngatoro the Fire-Bringer, whose avoidance of fire demons left them raging underground to make the famous geyser and mudpool formations in the Rotorua area; and Hatupatu, who bravely escaped from the birdwoman, who would have him as her slave.
    A.W. Reed is renowned for his collections of Maori stories. His list of published works in this area is long and deep and his popularity has rarely waned.
    The Dennis Turner illustrations are reproduced unaltered, speaking to the era of the book's original publication, retro in their flavour but quite beautiful on close inspection.

    ISBN: 9780947506575
    Publication date: 13/03/2019
    Price: $29.99
    Author: Reed, A. W.
    Format: Paperback
    Price: $29.99
  • Long Time Coming The Story of Ngai Tahu's Treaty Settlement Negotiations With the Crown
    Long Time Coming The Story of Ngai Tahu's Treaty Settlement Negotiations With the Crown
    The Ngai Tahu settlement, like all other Treaty of Waitangi settlements in Aotearoa New Zealand, was more a product of political compromise and expediency than measured justice. The Ngai Tahu claim, Te Kereme, spanned two centuries, from the first letter of protest to the Crown in 1849 to the final hearing by the Waitangi Tribunal between 1987 and 1989, and then the settlement in 1998. Generation after generation carried on the fight with hard work and persistence and yet, for nearly all Ngai Tahu, the result could not be called fair. The intense negotiations between the two parties, Ngai Tahu and the Crown, were led by a pair of intelligent, hard-nosed rangatira, who had a constructive but often acrimonious relationship Tipene O'Regan and the Minister of Treaty Negotiations Doug Graham but things were never that simple. The Ngai Tahu team had to answer to the communities back home and iwi members around the country. Most were strongly supportive, but others attacked them at hui, on the marae and in the media, courts and Parliament. Graham and his officials, too, had to answer to their political masters. And the general public interested Pakeha, conservationists, farmers and others had their own opinions. In this measured, comprehensive and readable account, Martin Fisher shows how, amid such strong internal and external pressures, the two sides somehow managed to negotiate one of the country's longest legal documents. A Long Time Coming tells the extraordinary, complex and compelling story of Ngai Tahu's treaty settlement negotiations with the Crown. But it also shines a light, for both Maori and Pakeha, on a crucial part of this country's history that has not, until now, been widely enough known.

    ISBN: 9781988503110
    Price: $39.99
    Author: Fisher, Martin
    Format: Paperback
    Price: $39.99
  • Maea Te Toi Ora Maori Health Transformations
    Maea Te Toi Ora Maori Health Transformations
    Maori clinicians and researchers explore the relationship between Maori culture and Maori mental health. The six contributing authors in the collection are Simon Bennett, Mason Durie, Hinemoa Elder, Te Kani Kingi, Mark Lawrence and Rees Tapsell and are all well known in the mental health field. Each discusses aspects of Maori and indigenous health and the importance of culture to diagnosis, patient history, understanding causes, treatment and assessment of outcomes. Along with a discussion of current research into and knowledge about health and culture, the authors provide case studies from their own experiences of working with Maori to restore well-being.

    ISBN: 9781775502975
    Publication date: 01/03/2018
    Price: $45.00
    Author: Kingi, Te Kani
    Format: Trade Paperback
    Price: $45.00
  • Maori at Home
    Maori at Home
    Kei hea o putu whutuporo? Where are your rugby boots? Homai te ranu tomato Pass me the tomato sauce Kei te pehea te huarere i tenei ra? How is the weather today? Kei hea to mahi kainga? Where is your homework? Kati te whakaporearea i to tuahine! Stop annoying your sister! Maori at Home is the perfect introduction to the Maori language. A highly practical, easy and fun resource for everyday New Zealanders, it covers the basics of life in and around a typical Kiwi household. Whether you're practising sport, getting ready for school, celebrating a birthday, preparing a shopping list or relaxing at the beach, Maori at Home gives you the words and phrases - and confidence - you need.

    ISBN: 9780143771470
    Publication date: 28/08/2017
    Price: $35.00
    Author: Morrison, Scotty And Stacey
    Format: Paperback
    Price: $35.00
  • Maori at Work
    Maori at Work
    Ae, e tuwhera ana tenei whare
    Yes, we are open

    Mo te takaroa o tenei whakautu
    Apologies for the delayed response

    Me mau potae maro
    Safety hats must be worn

    Anei te rarangi take mo ta tatou hui
    Here is the agenda for our meeting

    Hika ma, i kino te huarahi i te ra nei!
    Wow, the traffic was shocking this morning!

    A simple, practical and engaging guide to using the Maori language in and around your workplace.

    Maori at Work offers phrases and tips for greetings and welcoming people, emails and letters, speeches and social media, with specific chapters on the office, construction and roadworks, retail, hospitality, broadcasting and teaching.

    This is the perfect book to start or expand your te reo journey - no matter your skill level!

    ISBN: 9780143773344
    Publication date: 03/09/2019
    Price: $35.00
    Author: Morrison, Scotty
    Format: Paperback
    Price: $35.00
  • Maori for the Office Te Reo Maori Mo Te Tari
    Maori for the Office Te Reo Maori Mo Te Tari
    Maori for the Office/Te Reo Maori mo te Tari aims to help those who wish to use Maori in the workplace. It provides a series of word lists and set phrases relating to the use of Maori in everyday conversation, in letters, on the telephone, in job advertisements.

    ISBN: 9780195583779
    Publication date: 01/09/1997
    Price: $28.99
    Author: Maori Language Commission
    Format: Trade Paperback
    Price: $28.99
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