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Tinirau me tāna tohorā

Author: Ron Bacon; Manu Smith; Tahi Tait; Charles Berryman
Publisher: [Auckland, N.Z.] : Waiatarua Pub., 2010.
Edition/Format:   Print book : Primary school : English : Bilingual ed
Summary:
Retells the traditional Māori tale of Tinirau and his pet whale. One day Kae steals the whale, rides it far away, and begins to eat it; but Tinirau comes to the rescue. Includes notes on Māori pronunciation. Suggested level: junior.
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Genre/Form: Children's nonfiction
Folklore
Material Type: Primary school
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Ron Bacon; Manu Smith; Tahi Tait; Charles Berryman
ISBN: 9781869632229 1869632222
OCLC Number: 698627796
Language Note: In English and Māori. In English and Maori.
Notes: English language version first published: 1995, as part of Waiatarua myths series. Māori language version first published: 1996, as part of Pūrākau Waiatarua series.
Description: 1 v. (unpaged) : col. ill. 24 cm.
Contents: English language version first published: 1995, as part of Waiatarua myths series. Māori language version first published: 1996, as part of Pūrākau Waiatarua series.-Retells the traditional Māori tale of Tinirau and his pet whale. One day Kae steals the whale, rides it far away, and begins to eat it; but Tinirau comes to the rescue. Includes notes on Māori pronunciation. Suggested level: junior.
Other Titles: Tinirau and his whale.
Tinirau and his whale
Responsibility: ngā kōrero nā Ron Bacon ; ngā whakaahua nā Manu Smith ; nā Tahi Tait i whakamāori ; nā Charles Berryman i whakatika kupu = Tinirau and his whale / retold by Ron Bacon ; illustrations by Manu Smith ; translated by Tahi Tait ; edited by Charles Berryman.

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Retells the traditional Māori tale of Tinirau and his pet whale. One day Kae steals the whale, rides it far away, and begins to eat it; but Tinirau comes to the rescue. Includes notes on Māori pronunciation. Suggested level: junior.

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