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The easy read book about the Treaty of Waitangi / [Nicolina Newcombe wrote this book].

By: Newcombe, Nicolina.
Material type: materialTypeLabelBookPublisher: Tāmaki Makaurau / Auckland, New Zealand : Tangata Tiriti - Treaty People, [2019]Copyright date: ©2019Description: 101 pages : colour illustrations ; 30 cm.Content type: text | still image Media type: unmediated Carrier type: volumeISBN: 9780473485344; 0473485346.Subject(s): Treaty of Waitangi (1840 February 6) | Maori (New Zealand people) -- Government relations -- History | Maori (New Zealand people) -- Social life and customs | Tiriti o Waitangi | Māoritanga | Taipūwhenuatanga | New Zealand -- History | New Zealand -- ColonizationDDC classification: 993 Summary: "The Easy Read book about the Treaty of Waitangi is an illustrated book about the Treaty of Waitangi in simple language. Each page has many pictures to explain the words. The book answers many questions like What does the Treaty say? Who signed it? What does the Treaty say for Māori? What does it say for people from other places? What happened after the Treaty? What is a protest? it is appropriate for adults who prefer simple language, for newcomers to Aotearoa New Zealand, for school students and for reading aloud. The present edition is written in consultation with partners from the disability sector. It has a chapter on Māori rights and disability rights. Activities include drawing your family tree, learning more about your culture, saying words in te reo every day and visiting a marae. There is also a glossary of te reo words in plain English with pictures."-- Publisher description.
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'Easy Read.'

"The Easy Read book about the Treaty of Waitangi is an illustrated book about the Treaty of Waitangi in simple language. Each page has many pictures to explain the words. The book answers many questions like What does the Treaty say? Who signed it? What does the Treaty say for Māori? What does it say for people from other places? What happened after the Treaty? What is a protest? it is appropriate for adults who prefer simple language, for newcomers to Aotearoa New Zealand, for school students and for reading aloud. The present edition is written in consultation with partners from the disability sector. It has a chapter on Māori rights and disability rights. Activities include drawing your family tree, learning more about your culture, saying words in te reo every day and visiting a marae. There is also a glossary of te reo words in plain English with pictures."-- Publisher description.