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Cook Island Books

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  • Kai Korero
    CODE:CIM303 AUTHOR: Carpentire, Tai, T.T, Beaumont , Clive PUBLISHER: Pasifika Press, 1995 DESCRIPTION: A Cook Islands Maori Language Coursebook designed for both personal and classroom use, and suitable for a wide range of ages and backgrounds. It includes 60 sets of exercises, songs, a comprehensive word list and a bibliography of Cook Islands resources.
    $35.00
  • Learning Rarotonga Maori
    CODE: CIM010 AUTHOR: Na Makiuti Tongia B.A M.A PUBLISHER: Ministry for Cultural Development Rarotonga, Cook Islands. 1991, reprinted 1999 DESCRIPTION: How to speak in ordinary situations
    $16.00
  • My Cook Islands Maori Alphabet
    CODE: CIM314 AUTHOR: Bradley Walker & Naomi Strickland PUBLISHER: Cook Islands Maori Alphabet with Numbers and Colours DESCRIPTION: Cook Island Alphabet with Numbers and Colours
    $15.00
  • Say it in RarotongaJPG
    CODE: CIM300 AUTHOR: Na Makiuti Tongia B.A M.A PUBLISHER: Pacific Islands Educational Resource Centre, 1988 DESCRIPTION: Cook Islands Maori – English Beginners
    $10.00
  • The Peace Bird - I can make someone happy today
    CODE: CIM308 AUTHOR: Eleitino Paddy Walker PUBLISHER: Native Council DESCRIPTION: THINK OF MAKING SOMEONE HAPPY TODAY. This little book is made up of inspiring messages from the PEACE BIRD – She tells of peace and how to find it. It also tells the story about Tiana and Tama who lived with their mother and father in a village on a beautiful Pacific Island filled with flowers and trees and birds and surrounded by sandy shores and a blue green sea.
    $20.00
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