Matariki Stars of Maori Literature

Each June, Matariki (the Pleiades star constellation) signals the Māori New Year in Aotearoa New Zealand. Traditionally, a time for remembering the dead, celebrating new life and learning over the cold winter months. It's also a great time to read and celebrate some amazing Maori authors!
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See The singing dolphin = Te aihe i waiata in the library catalogue.

See The singing dolphin = Te aihe i waiata in the library catalogue.

See from silence to voice : the rise of Māori literature in the library catalogue.

See from silence to voice : the rise of Māori literature in the library catalogue.

See Project Huia in the library catalogue.

Project Huia - Book Study - Extension Learners This reading project was run successfully last term, with our Rural & Remote Schools students, and now…

See The Parihaka Woman in the library catalogue.

See The Parihaka Woman in the library catalogue.

See for Whanau II in the library catalogue.

See for Whanau II in the library catalogue.

Stars of Maori literature in the library!

Stars of Maori literature in the library!

.: Matariki Fact Recall

We have been learning about Matariki and the constellation. Matariki is a small cluster of stars and it is also known as Plieades.

See Matariki [kit (book and CD)] in the library catalogue.

Learn Te Reo Maori the easy way with this innovative language learning resource. Includes Matariki songbook and CD, guitar chords and extension activities. No prior knowledge of Te Reo Maori needed. You will love the song and illustrations which tell the

See Matariki : the star of the year in the library catalogue.

See Matariki : the star of the year in the library catalogue.

See Tawhirimātea : a song for Matariki in the library catalogue.

See Tawhirimātea : a song for Matariki in the library catalogue.

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