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Who stole my taro? = o ai na gaoia la'u talo?

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  • Other Name

    O ai na gaoia la'u talo?--Samoan title. (Alternate title)

    Pasifika superheroes (Series)

  • Description

    "Taro is one of the most popular foods in Samoa. You can bake it and eat it with palusami. You can boil it and soak it in coconut cream. You can even fry it and make taro chips. But how did taro get to Samoa? Find out in "Who stole my taro?" - a Samoan legend retold by David Riley and translated into Samoan by Rasela Lafaele Uili.

  • Place
  • Other Id

    GR385.S3 RIL (Library of Congress Call Number)

    92426 (Cat ID)

    92224 (Presto content ID)

  • Department

Images and documents

Catalogue

  • Object Type
  • Name/Title
    Who stole my taro? = o ai na gaoia la'u talo?
  • Other Name

    O ai na gaoia la'u talo?--Samoan title. (Alternate title)

    Pasifika superheroes (Series)

  • Primary Maker
  • Contributor/Publisher
    Reading Warrior
  • Place
  • Date
    2020
  • Physical Description

    16 pages : colour illustrations ; 28 cm

  • ISBN/ISSN
    9780995136229
    099513622X
  • Language
    English
    Samoan
  • Level of Current Record
    Bib record
  • Member Object

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  • Subject Category
  • Public Access Text

    [Keywords: Folklore--Juvenile literature--Samoa; Samoa--Folklore--Juvenile literature; Samoa--Juvenile literature--Social life and customs]

    Legendary story about how the taro plant came to Samoa. Includes QR code "to hear the book being read". "This is an adaptation of a story collected by Dr E. Schultz, Judge of the High Court, Apia, 1906. Translated into English by Brother Herman, Leone Boys' School, American Samoa, 1945."--Colophon.

  • Collection Type
    General Collection
  • Last Update
    19 Dec 2023

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