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Niue - Tokelau Resources

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  • Tales, Poems and Songs from Underwater Water
    CODE: FIJ509 AUTHOR: Daren Kamali PUBLISHER: Daren Kamali DESCRIPTION: This is a collection of bilingual (English and Fijian) writings and performances of the last decade. The underwater world in relation to my life fuses sea creatures, myths and themes from around the Pacific; combining the three main elements of; written word, visual (paintings and illustrations) and audio (spoken word / songs), using innovative ideas to communicate creative writing. It comes with a CD.
  • Fuainumela Faka-Tokelau
    CODE: TOK600 AUTHOR: TU’INUKUAFE Atomi 1984 PUBLISHER: Education Pacific, Synnynook, New Zealand. DESCRIPTION: This book introduces counting in Tokelauan for the children with songs to keep the interesting of the children.
  • Takai
    CODE: NIU408 AUTHOR: Lee Aholima and Nogi Aholima PUBLISHER: Published with the help of Creative New Zealand Arts council of New Zealand Toi Aotearoa DESCRIPTION: This book is about poetry Takai, which Niue language means ‘to go around’. She has adopted poetic licence to take it to mean ‘to come full circle’ This book contains poems, some haiku and tanrenga poems, some quatrains so that people will find these the haikus easier to remember
  • Penina He Magafaoa
    CODE: NIU407 AUTHOR: Lee Aholima and Nogi Aholima PUBLISHER: Published with the help of Creative New Zealand DESCRIPTION: This book is about the Niuean language for creative endeavours such as poetry, songs, musicals, screenplays and fiction thereby helping to preserve the Niue language
  • Of Baluka and Nibong Palm
    CODE: FIJ512 AUTHOR: REV MIKAELE M K YASA (2009) PUBLISHER: Pasifika Education Centre - Rev M M K Yasa 2009 DESCRIPTION: In December 1961, as Fiji was still a British Colony, an Army Recruiting Team came to recruit young people between 18-24 years of age to join the army.

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