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Kuwi & Friends Maori Picture Dictionary by Kat Quin
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Te Whakatakinga - Introduction Te Whakahua - Pronunciation Aotearoa - New Zealand Te Ao Tukupu - Universe Nga Whetu o Matariki - The Stars of Matariki Te Ao - World Te Mahunga | Pane | Upoko | Matenga - The Head Te Tinana o te Tangata - The Human Body Te Whakapapa - Family Tree Nga Kare-a-roto - Feelings Nga Tae me nga Ahuahanga - Colours & Shapes Nga Tau - Numbers Nga Inenga - Measurements Nga Waeine Taima - Units of Time Nga Ra Nui - Special Days He Kupu Tauaro - Opposites Te Huarere - Weather Te Moana - Ocean Nga Manu Maori - Native Birds Nga Rakau Maori - Native Plants Te Taiao - Nature Nga Ngarara me nga Ika Oneone - Reptiles & Amphibians Te Aitanga Pepeke - The Insect World He Whangote - Mammals He Manu Ano - Other Birds Nga Momo Waka - Transport Te Kura - School Te Whare - House Te Ruma Noho - Living Room Te Ruma Moe - Bedroom Te Ruma Horoi Kaka - Laundry / Washing Te Ruma Horoi - Bathroom Te Kihini - Kitchen Nga Hua Rakau - Fruit Nga Hua Whenua - Vegetables Te Pataka - Pantry Te Pataka Matao / Tio - Fridge / Freezer Nga Wahanga o te Wharenui - Parts of the Meeting House Te Marae - The Marae Te Powhiri - Welcome Ceremonies He Taonga / He Whakarakei / He Kakahu - Traditional Maori Objects / Adornments / Clothing Nga Purakau - Creation Narratives He Mihi Okawa - Formal Greetings He Mihi Opaki - Informal Greetings He Kupu Whakatau - Terms of Address Te Rarangi Kupu Maori - Maori Index Te Rarangi Kupu Pakeha - English Index

About the Author

Kat Quin is a best-selling and award-winning author, illustrator and designer from the Waikato, where she lives with her partner and their six children. The Kuwi and Friends Maori Picture Dictionary was inspired by her children, who have been passionately learning te reo Maori at school. Her hope is that this book will provide an accessible and practical way to help whanau (family members) feel confident to use more Maori words in the home. Kat first worked with Pania Papa at the age of eighteen, when she was entrusted with the illustration of Maori language resources for Te Ara Reo Maori, developed by Takatu Associates Ltd. Almost twenty years later, they still work closely together on various educational projects.

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