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Samoan Books

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  • Fa'afaigofieina o Fa'alupega o Samoa
    CODE: SAM108 AUTHOR: TAVALE Tanuvasa Tofaeono PUBLISHER: PIERC EDUCATION TRUST DESCRIPTION: A traditional Samoan oratory is written simple. Samoan text for all Samoan readers to enjoy, gain knowledge, and to treasure the ways of their Ancestors. Suitable for all Samoan literacy readers, researchers, and educators. A must for public and academic libraries and resources.
  • A Simplified Dictionary Of Modern Samoan
    CODE: SAM123 AUTHOR: Allardice R W PUBLISHER: Pasifika Press 2003 ed DESCRIPTION: This dictionary had been compiled to meet a need for a contemporary Samoan Language resource. In addition to the comprehensive Samoan to English and English to Samoan sections, other features include a guide to pronunciation, a brief overview to grammar. The language of courtesy, and a selection of Samoan proverbs.
  • **SOLD OUT**Fa'alupega o Samoa 'Atoa
    CODE: SAM118 SOLD OUT AUTHOR: TAVALE Tanuvasa Tofaeono PUBLISHER: Fuelavelave Press 2012 DESCRIPTION: This book is mainly about cultural and formal address of the entire village in Samoa from Manu’a & Tutuila Tu ‘Upolu and Savai’i as well as Manono and Apolima. It also highlights connections amongst villages in Samoa.
  • Fesoasoani Mo Le A'oaoina O Le Gagana Samoa
    CODE: SAM111 AUTHOR: TAVALE Tanuvasa Tofaeono PUBLISHER: PIERC EDUCATION TRUST 1998 DESCRIPTION: O nisi o fesoasoani mo le a’oa’oina o le gagana Samoa i le vaega 5 ma le 6 o le Ta’iala. O nei mafaufauga na fa’avae mai lea i le Ta’iala a le Matagaluega o A’oga (1996).
  • Fuelavelave **OUT OF STOCK**
    CODE: SAM117 AUTHOR: **SOLD OUT** TAVALE Tanuvasa Tofaeono PUBLISHER: PIERC EDUCATION TRUST 1999 DESCRIPTION: Present the art of oratory that reflects the many aspects of Samoan history & culture. Provides detailed information of the appropriate vocabulary when making speeches for occasions including the Matai ceremony, wedding, funeral, meeting, tattoo ceremonies and the presentation of fine mats.
  • How Do You Say 'THANK YOU'?
    CODE: SAMC1027 AUTHOR: Karamia Muller PUBLISHER: Beatnik Publishing in association with Aunty Kiki Ltd DESCRIPTION: Story for the children all has Samoan translations.
  • **SOLD OUT** Ni Isi O Taofi Ile Foafoaga O Samoa - A History of Samoa
    CODE: SAM115 AUTHOR: TAVALE Tanuvasa Tofaeono PUBLISHER: Fuelavelave Press 2012 DESCRIPTION: This book is about the various versions of the history of Samoa, the origins of some of the popular proverbs used in cultural settings and the relationships and connections amongst the Samoan people. A very good resource for those who want to learn SAMOAN HISTORY.
  • O Le Pi Faitau A Samoa - The Samoan Alpahbet
    CODE: SAM100 AUTHOR: Pacific Island Education Resource Centre PUBLISHER: Pacific Island Education Resource Centre DESCRIPTION: The Samoan Alphabet.
  • O Le Si'osi'omaga (Samoan-English)
    CODE: SAM124 AUTHOR: TAVALE Tanuvasa Tofaeono PUBLISHER: PIERC EDUCATION TRUST, 2001 DESCRIPTION: O nei solo ua tusia ina ia faitau i ai le to’atele ‘aemaise tama ma teine i a’oa’oga i le taua o le malamamalama i mea o lo’o si’omia ai le olaga o tagata soifua i aso ‘uma. E fa’amanatu mai ai fo’i ia tatoule faitauga o tau ma taimi ‘ese’ese e aofia ai aso, masina ma tausaga.
  • Samoan Dictionary
    CODE: SAM122 AUTHOR: G B Milner PUBLISHER: Pasifika Press DESCRIPTION: This comprehensive, bilingual dictionary includes a guide to pronunciation, grammar and the language of courtesy, as well as a selection of Samoan proverbs. Other lists give the Samoan translations of days of the weeks, seasons, months, points of the compass, continents, countries, given names, numbers, measurements, common tools, parts of the body, medically related terms, colours and telling the time.
  • Sina Ma Si Ana Tama I Le Masina
    CODE: SAMC1017 AUTHOR: Galumalemana Afeleti LHunkin PUBLISHER: Pasifika Education Centre, 2005 DESCRIPTION: A Samoan legend about a woman called Sina and her little baby lived in Samoa in poor village.
  • Tofa Manusina
    CODE: SAM114 AUTHOR: TAVALE Tanuvasa Tofaeono PUBLISHER: PIERC EDUCATION TRUST 2007 DESCRIPTION: The comprehensive book in Samoan is a compilation of Samoan proverbs and their meaning, especially as used in Samoan oratory. The book has been written by respected Samoan academic Tofaeono Tanuvasa Tavale. Previously a lecturer in Samoan at the University of Auckland, Mr Tavale now teachers at the Pasifika Education Centre.

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