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First Light by Carol O'Biso, is a hilarious look at the culture of Kiwis told through the eyes of an American who travels here to work on the Te Maori exhibition. And whose privilege was to accompany those Taonga on their overseas travels. She writes of day-to-day travel experiences with kind humour and her spiritual or magical experiences with awe and wonder.

First Light by Carol O'Biso, is a hilarious look at the culture of Kiwis told through the eyes of an American who travels here to work on the Te Maori exhibition. And whose privilege was to accompany those Taonga on their overseas travels. She writes of day-to-day travel experiences with kind humour and her spiritual or magical experiences with awe and wonder.

Carved Histories, Maori Non-fiction 736.4z NEI. The Ngati Tarawhai woodcarvers of the Rotorua district have maintained a continuous distinctive style of carving from pre-European times

Carved Histories, Maori Non-fiction 736.4z NEI. The Ngati Tarawhai woodcarvers of the Rotorua district have maintained a continuous distinctive style of carving from pre-European times

Once Were Warriors is Alan Duff's harrowing vision of his country's indigenous people two hundred years after the English conquest. In prose that is both raw and compelling, it tells the story of Beth Heke, a Maori woman struggling to keep her family from falling apart, despite the squalor and violence of the housing projects in which they live. Conveying both the rich textures of Maori tradition and the wounds left by its absence,

Once Were Warriors is Alan Duff's harrowing vision of his country's indigenous people two hundred years after the English conquest. In prose that is both raw and compelling, it tells the story of Beth Heke, a Maori woman struggling to keep her family from falling apart, despite the squalor and violence of the housing projects in which they live. Conveying both the rich textures of Maori tradition and the wounds left by its absence,

Today marks the start of our new season launching later this afternoon. This is a massive thank you to everyone who has supported Kowtow, thank you for building on a transparent, ethical and kind future. (Image by Paul Kaloustian Architects, Beirut, Lebanon). #newbeginnings #newseason #casestudy #organiccotton #mindfullymade #kowtow #kowtowclothingkowtowclothing

Today marks the start of our new season launching later this afternoon. This is a massive thank you to everyone who has supported Kowtow, thank you for building on a transparent, ethical and kind future. (Image by Paul Kaloustian Architects, Beirut, Lebanon). #newbeginnings #newseason #casestudy #organiccotton #mindfullymade #kowtow #kowtowclothingkowtowclothing

Easy-to-follow instructions for making gorgeous flowers and arrangements 746.4 BRO in the Maori Collection

Easy-to-follow instructions for making gorgeous flowers and arrangements 746.4 BRO in the Maori Collection

Patricia Grace is a key figure in the emergence of Māori fiction in English since the 1970s and has made a significant contribution to contemporary New Zealand literature. Exploring themes such as loss, isolation and family, she portrays a variety of Māori people and ways of life, and is notable for her versatile narrative and descriptive techniques. Her best-known novel, Potiki (1986), won the New Zealand Book Award for Fiction and has been translated into several languages.

Patricia Grace is a key figure in the emergence of Māori fiction in English since the 1970s and has made a significant contribution to contemporary New Zealand literature. Exploring themes such as loss, isolation and family, she portrays a variety of Māori people and ways of life, and is notable for her versatile narrative and descriptive techniques. Her best-known novel, Potiki (1986), won the New Zealand Book Award for Fiction and has been translated into several languages.

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