Tane and the stars book
Tane and the stars bookPatrons need to make reservations about 2 weeks in advance. Book cover used with permission of. This book is all about looking at the stars — the people who look at them, the tools used to look at them, and why the stars in our sky look different from one season to the next. Sorry, this title is not currently available from any of our suppliers. Explain that Tane is going to be represented by a musical ' motif'. He tries to join in with the big boys doing the meke, but they say he is too little. There are many ancient stories that tell what happened.
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Tane and the Stars
This book is a collection of four Maori myths which are accompanied by striking illustrations showing clear New Zealand images including New Zealand flora and fauna and beach and bush landscapes. The Battle of the Birds tells the story of the disagreement between the forest kawau and the coastal kawau and how each formed their own army of forest and sea birds and battled for their place, in the bush or on the sea. Please note that these activities are suggestions which have not yet been trialled. We welcome any feedback on how they play out in the classroom see the feedback section. After reading, look back through the illustrations and identify where he has used different kinds of koru, spirals, tiki figures and faces to represent the gods.
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With the Maori text foremost then English on the other side of each double-page spread, readers experience these Maori stories in the indigenous language of Aotearoa New Zealand. Twelve myths and legends are retold in a simple, poetic style, similar to a traditional verbal storyt Our Price Comparison tool calculates the international price allowing for tax and freight costs. A '-' dash indicates stock quantity has not been provided by the supplier. Twelve myths and legends are retold in a simple, poetic style, similar to a traditional verbal storyteller. Stunning illustrations capture the drama, melding the natural, human and mythical worlds. Ideal for parents wishing to learn Maori language with their children.
Tane and the Stars (Bilingual Myths of Aotearoa) by Ron Bacon & Manu Smith These 10 page books by Ron Bacon and Manu Smith, retell classic Maori.
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