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Te pa kaha kei to tatou lari

documentary heritage
  • Other Name

    Castle in our backyard. Maori (Alternate title)

  • Description

    Tui and his cousin Jennifer are not very excited when Nanny Marei suggests a picnic on Maungakiekie (One Tree Hill). But during their trip they explore and learn about the Goddess of Fire, the Maori tribes who lived there, a Chinese gardener, Sir John Logan Campbell and the tourists of today. Suggested level: junior, primary.

  • Place
  • Other Id

    PZ7 PAT (Library of Congress Call Number)

    87591 (Cat ID)

    87439 (Presto content ID)

  • Department

Images and documents


  • Object Type
  • Name/Title
    Te pa kaha kei to tatou lari
  • Other Name

    Castle in our backyard. Maori (Alternate title)

  • Primary Maker

    Leah Mulgrew (Translator)

    M. Paterson (Author)

  • Contributor/Publisher
    [Libro International]
  • Place
  • Date
  • Physical Description

    31 pages : colour illustrations, genealogical table, colour map ; 29 cm

  • Language
    Te Reo Māori
  • Level of Current Record
    Bib record
  • Member Object

    1 item in this collection. View all items.

  • Subject Category
  • Public Access Text

    [Keywords: One Tree Hill (Auckland, N.Z.) - History - Juvenile fiction]

    Picture story book for children in Maori. "Takoha atu a tatou korero." "Sir John Logan Campbell Residuary Estate; Waitakere City Council; Committee for Auckland; Ngati Whatua o Orakei Maori Trust Board." Includes bibliographical references (page 31).

  • Collection Type
    Reading Room
  • Copyright
    All rights reserved
  • Last Update
    19 Dec 2023
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