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'It is all about feeling the aroha' : successful Ma»ori and Pasifika providers - (Handling Fee and/or Freight charges may apply)

'It is all about feeling the aroha' : successful Ma»ori and Pasifika providers - (Handling Fee and/or Freight charges may apply)

Phillips, Hazel

$15.00




'O Le Katepila Matua Fia 'Ai (Very Hungry Caterpillar)

'O Le Katepila Matua Fia 'Ai (Very Hungry Caterpillar)

Carle, Eric
With the same beautiful illustrations and dye cut pages as the original book, the Samoan translation retains the humour and quirky character of the little caterpillar and simplicity of the story.

$20.00




'O le Nofoaga 'olo 'o lai Meaola Mata'utia: Where the Wild Things

'O le Nofoaga 'olo 'o lai Meaola Mata'utia: Where the Wild Things

Sendak, Maurice
With the same lively, creative illustrations as the original book, the Samoan version retains the simplicity and imagination of Maurice Sendak's story, capturing Max's feisty character, the magic of the adventure and 'wild rumpus', and the pleasure of things returning to normal.

$25.00




A History of the Pacific Islands

A History of the Pacific Islands

Fischer, Steven Roger
This wide-ranging study of the Pacific Islands provides a dynamic and provocative account of the peopling of the Pacific, and its broad impact on world history. Spanning nearly 50,000 years of human presence in an area which comprises one-third of our planet - Melanesia, Micronesia and Polynesia - the narrative follows the development of the region, from New Guinea's earliest settlement to the creation of the modern Pacific states. It also...

$55.00




A History of the Pacific Islands 2nd Edition

A History of the Pacific Islands 2nd Edition

Fischer, Steven Roger
This wide-ranging study of the Pacific Islands provides a dynamic and provocative account of the peopling of the Pacific, and its broad impact on world history. Spanning nearly 50,000 years of human presence in an area which comprises one-third of our planet - Melanesia, Micronesia and Polynesia - the narrative follows the development of the region, from New Guinea's earliest settlement to the creation of the modern Pacific states. It also...

$175.00




A Little Book of Sonnets

A Little Book of Sonnets

Leibrich, Julie
First Tomato: 'A certain tradition we had. First fruit inspired it. You carried it in and placed it on a plate. We all stood round and silently admired it. Mum polished it up. The room would radiate. When we'd had our feast of sight and scent, you'd cut it into four and pass it round. This torrent of taste, we knew, was heaven-sent to us, through you. This somehow was profound. You had no words to talk about your feelings. A modest man, not...

$20.00




A Mission of Honour: The Royal Navy in the Pacific 1769-1997 - (Handling Fee and/or Freight charges may apply)

A Mission of Honour: The Royal Navy in the Pacific 1769-1997 - (Handling Fee and/or Freight charges may apply)

McLean, John

$60.00




A nest of pigs - (Handling Fee and/or Freight charges may apply)

A nest of pigs - (Handling Fee and/or Freight charges may apply)

MacGregor, Jill
It's Christiano's job to feed the pigs. When Mother Puaka disappears, Christiano discovers that she has built a nest in the neighbour's garden.

$25.00




A River of Stories: Tales and Poems from Across the Commonwealth

A River of Stories: Tales and Poems from Across the Commonwealth

Curry, Alice
Stories and poems connect children throughout the world like rivers flowing from country to country. Stories and poems can encourage children to learn about the world of other children, in other places. A river of stories uses water as it's theme to celebrate such imaginative cultural connections. A river of stories recognises the 125th anniversary of the foundation of the Commonwealth Education Trust. The book is a 160 page, full colour...

$55.00




Among the Islands: Adventures in the Pacific

Among the Islands: Adventures in the Pacific

Flannery, Tim
Twenty-five years ago, a young curator of mammals from the Australian Museum in Sydney set out to research the fauna of the Pacific Islands. Starting with a survey of one of the most inaccessible islands in Melanesia - Woodlark, in the Trobriands Group - that young scientist found himself ghost-whispering, snake wrestling, Quadoi hunting and plunged waist-deep into a sludge of maggot-infested faeces in search of a small bat that turned out not...

$42.00





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