By Darroch, Bob
Maori-language champion Stacey Morrison has translated Little Kiwi's bestselling lift-the-flap pukapuka! Kua tae ki te wa e moe ai a Kiwi Pakupaku, engari kei hea ia? Whaia tana Kokara, ka kimi haere i a ia i te ngahere o Aotearoa. A favourite lift-the-flap adventure in the etern...ally popular Little Kiwi series of storybooks, now available in te reo Maori. Kua tuhi pakiwaituhi a Bob Darroch mo te nuinga o tona oranga. Kua whakamahia ana mahi toi mo nga taputapu takaro, nga tapaepae, nga manatunga, kari whakaahua, niupepa me nga moheni, puta noa i te ao. No te tau 1999 i timata ai tana tuhi pukapuka ma nga tamariki. No te tau 2001 ka puta mai te tuatahi o ana pukapuka Kiwi Pakupaku, a, neke atu i te tekau pukapuka kua whai mai. I te tau 2015 ka whakawhiwhia a Bob ki te Storylines Gaelyn Gordon Award for a Much-loved book, mo Little Kiwi is Scared of the Dark. Kei Temuka, Arowhenua a Bob raua ko tana hoa wahine a Ruth e noho ana. Na Stacey Morrison i whakamaori, he pai nga pukapuka Kiwi Pakupaku ki ana tamariki tokotoru.Read more
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Bob Darroch (Author) Bob Darroch has been drawing cartoons for most of his life. His work has appeared on toys, jigsaws, souvenirs and postcards and in newspapers and magazines worldwide. He started writing and illustrating his own books for children in 1999. In 2001, the first of the popular Little Kiwi stories was published. Little Kiwi is Scared of the Dark has since been awarded the Storylines Gaelyn Gordon Award for a Much-loved Book. Bob has illustrated books for other authors, including for his wife, Ruth. Bob and Ruth live in Temuka, South Canterbury. Stacey Morrison (Translator) Stacey Morrison (Te Arawa, Ngai Tahu) is a radio and TV broadcaster whose projects have spanned 25 years. She is also a mama to three young tamariki who have been brought up with te reo Maori as their mother tongue. Stacey herself didn't learn to speak Maori until she was an adult. It required a lot of research, determination, wonderful mentors and the support of a community to achieve her goal of becoming fluent by the time her children were born. Stacey and her husband Scotty co-wrote Maori at Home to help other families use te reo in everyday settings, and Stacey's book for children, My First Words in Maori illustrated by Ali Teo, was a number one bestseller. As a winner of Te Taura Whiri i te Reo Maori Champion Award in 2016 and a graduate of Te Panekiretanga o te Reo (the Institute of Excellence in Maori Language), Stacey loves encouraging the learning and use of our country's beautiful native language.
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