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Illustrated Māori myths and legends / Queenie Rikihana Hyland ; illustrated by Patrick Puru

By: Rikihana, Queenie, 1948-.
Contributor(s): Puru, Patrick | PURU, Patrick illus.
Material type: materialTypeLabelBookPublisher: Auckland, N.Z. : Reed, 2003Description: 104 pages : illustrations (some color) ; 26 cm.Content type: text Media type: unmediated Carrier type: volumeISBN: 0790009226.Uniform titles: Paki waitara. Subject(s): Maori (New Zealand people) -- Folklore -- Juvenile literature | Legends -- New Zealand -- Juvenile literature | Folklore -- New Zealand -- Juvenile literature | Māori -- Folklore -- Juvenile literature | Maori (New Zealand people) -- Juvenile literature | Mythology, Maori -- Juvenile literature | Maori (New Zealand people) -- Mythology And Legends -- Juvenile literatureGenre/Form: Folklore. | Children's nonfiction.DDC classification: Cz398.2 HYL
Contents:
The creation -- Māui, the demi-god -- Tautini-awhitia's journey in the seedpod canoe -- Ao-kehu and the taniwha Tūtae-poroporo -- Kōpūwai, the ogre of the Matau -- Te Kāpō the taniwha -- Patupaiarehe - the fairy people -- Hinemoa and Tūtānekai -- Tūrongo and Māhinārangi.
The creation -- Maui, the demi-god -- Tautini-awhitia's journey in the seedpod canoe -- Ao-kehu and the taniwha Tutae-poroporo -- Kopuwai, the ogre of the Matau -- Te Kapo the taniwha -- Patupaiarehe - the fairy people -- Hinemoa and Tutanekai -- Turongo and Mahinarangi.
Introduction -- Māui, the demi-god. Māui's birth ; Māui meets his father, Makea-tū-tara ; Māui's magic weapon ; Māui tames the sun ; How Māui fished up Aotearoa ; How Māui stole fire from Mahuika ; The death of Māui -- Tautini-awhitia's journey in the seedpod canoe -- Ao-kehu and the taniwha Tūtae-poroporo -- Kōpūwai, the ogre of the Matau -- Te Kāpō the taniwha -- Patupaiarehe - the fairy people. Te Kanawa encounters the patupaiarehe ; Tāwhaitū is abducted by Whanawhana ; Ho Kahukura learnt netmaking from the fairies -- Hinemoa and Tūtānekai -- Tūrongo and Māhinārangi.
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"Previously published as Paki waitara: myths and legends of the Māori, 1997, reprinted 2002"--T.p. verso.

The creation -- Māui, the demi-god -- Tautini-awhitia's journey in the seedpod canoe -- Ao-kehu and the taniwha Tūtae-poroporo -- Kōpūwai, the ogre of the Matau -- Te Kāpō the taniwha -- Patupaiarehe - the fairy people -- Hinemoa and Tūtānekai -- Tūrongo and Māhinārangi.

The creation -- Maui, the demi-god -- Tautini-awhitia's journey in the seedpod canoe -- Ao-kehu and the taniwha Tutae-poroporo -- Kopuwai, the ogre of the Matau -- Te Kapo the taniwha -- Patupaiarehe - the fairy people -- Hinemoa and Tutanekai -- Turongo and Mahinarangi.

Introduction -- Māui, the demi-god. Māui's birth ; Māui meets his father, Makea-tū-tara ; Māui's magic weapon ; Māui tames the sun ; How Māui fished up Aotearoa ; How Māui stole fire from Mahuika ; The death of Māui -- Tautini-awhitia's journey in the seedpod canoe -- Ao-kehu and the taniwha Tūtae-poroporo -- Kōpūwai, the ogre of the Matau -- Te Kāpō the taniwha -- Patupaiarehe - the fairy people. Te Kanawa encounters the patupaiarehe ; Tāwhaitū is abducted by Whanawhana ; Ho Kahukura learnt netmaking from the fairies -- Hinemoa and Tūtānekai -- Tūrongo and Māhinārangi.

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