6 edition of Hinemoa & Tūtānekai found in the catalog.
|Other titles||Hinemoa and Tūtānekai|
|Statement||retold by Hepora Young ; illustrated by Kerry Gemmill.|
|Contributions||Gemmill, Kerry, ill.|
|LC Classifications||PZ8.1.Y855 Hi 1995|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||31 p. :|
|Number of Pages||31|
|LC Control Number||95202721|
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Product Description. Author: Beatrice Piatarihi Tui Yates (Aunty Bea) Illustrator: Katherine Quin Merewether – design on Q Paperback – 32 page inner (cm x 28cm) ISBN: First Published: Included: Audio CD (Music by Aunty Bea & Rodger Cunningham) About Book: Beautifully fully illustrated, Aunty Bea’s version of the famous New Zealand love story. Hinemoa on his arm. Then the people, struck with wonder, saw canoes approach the island, knew that Hinemoa’s family coming to collect their daughter might demand revenge or utu, and the people feared a war. Hinemoa would be taken from Tutanekai forever and the lovers would be parted. But when Hinemoa’s family landed and observed the lovers.
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Get this from a library. Hinemoa & Tutanekai: a Te Arawa legend. [H R Young; Kerry Gemmill] -- Retells the love story of Hinemoa and Tutanekai, who found a way to be together in spite of the obstacles placed in their way.
Suggested level: junior, primary. Hinemoa and Tutanekai is a Children's picture book I worked on with New Zealand celebrity 'Aunty Bea'. It is based on the true story of Hinemoa & Tutanekai the daughter of a Maori chief & a common Maori warrior based in Rotorua - Te Arawa. Published Finalist in the Te.
These are fun and engaging activity sheets for the Hinemoa & Tūtānekai book ‘Hinemoa and Tūtānekai’. Plenty of activities to pick-and-choose from. Simply print and you’re ready to go. A great addition to a unit study on Māori Myths and Legends.
Most of the activity sheets can be used with any retelling of this story. Buy Hinemoa raua ko Tutanekai (Book + CD) by Aunty Bea at Mighty Ape NZ.
Beautifully fully illustrated, Aunty Bea's version of the famous New Zealand love story. Around the world there are so many legends and stories.
We in. Hinemoa and Tutanekai, the true story of two star crossed lovers who beat the odds and went for the happy ending. This is based on the best early account of the story sourced from Sir George Grey's ‘Polynesian Mythology’, first published in Hinemoa was the daughter of a great chief who lived at Owhata, on the shore of Lake was very beautiful, and because of her beauty and her high rank, many young men desired her as a wife.
Find out more Explore Book your trip Books Features The Maori love story of Hinemoa and Tutanekai has been told around the shores of Lake Rotorua for centuries.
It tells of the illegitimate young chief Tutanekai of Mokoia Island and his high-born paramour, Hinemoa, whose family forbade her. Hinemoa and Tūtānekai – Mokoia Island, Rotorua. Every couple loves a good romance; Hinemoa and Tūtānekai is New Zealand’s very own Romeo and Juliet.
The setting takes place on Mokoia Island, Rotorua, which is the small island at the center of Rotorua. Three hundred years ago, Hinemoa swam across Lake Rotorua to be with Tutanekai on Mokoia Island. This beautifully written book retells one of Aotearoa New Zealand's best-known love stories.
Soft pictures in pastels and watercolours bring alive this famous Te Arawa legend. May 8, - In the legend, Hinemoa lives by Lake Rotorua and Tutanekai on the island, Mokoia. Hinemoa falls in love when Tutanekai plays the flute, but Hinemoa's father considers him unsuitable.
They vow to be together, and every night on the island,Tutanekai plays his flute to guide Hinemoa to him. With no canoe, Hinemoa must swim the lake with mystical creatures in it to be with Tutanekai. - In the legend, Hinemoa lives by Lake Rotorua and Tutanekai on the island, Mokoia.
Hinemoa falls in love when Tutanekai plays the flute, but Hinemoa's father considers him unsuitable. They vow to be together, and every night on the island,Tutanekai plays his flute to guide Hinemoa to him.
With no canoe, Hinemoa must swim the lake with mystical creatures in it to be with Tutanekai. Mokoia Island in Lake Rotorua is home to Aotearoa's very own star crossed lovers, Tutanekai and Hinemoa.
Managed by local iwi, it's also a sanctuary for. Hinemoa disguised her voice to sound like a man, called to the servant and asked, “For whom is this water for?” “It is for Tutanekai,” the servant answered.
So Hinemoa demanded the servant to give her the gourd and after drinking the water she broke the gourd into pieces.
The servant fled and returned to Tutanekai empty-handed. Hinemoa and Tutanekai: By Rathmell Wilson [Wilson, Rathmell] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. Hinemoa and Tutanekai: By Rathmell WilsonAuthor: Rathmell Wilson. On the mainland there was a legendary beauty called Hinemoa.
Her father was a very great but gruff warrior, and he adored Hinemoa. He would not let anybody, not anybody at all, marry his Hinemoa. Many handsome chiefs had come to him to ask for her hand in marriage, but not one of them was good enough for his daughter.
Chris wrote Rahui, illustrated by Malcolm Ross, which won the Picture Book Category, New Zealand Post Children's Book Awards, THE ILLUSTRATOR Andrew Burdan is a freelance illustrator who has illustrated children's books, educational materials and story boards, and he was the illustrator of the award-winning Hautipua Rererangi and Ngarimu.
Tūtānekai grew into a handsome young man, a fine dancer and athlete, which aroused the jealousies of his three elder half-brothers. All four had fallen in love with the beautiful Hinemoa of Ōwhata, on the lake’s eastern shore.
However, it was Tūtānekai’s seductive flute-playing that won Hinemoa’s heart. The descendants of Hinemoa and Tutanekai are living at Rotorua to this day, and still they tell the story of how the beautiful Hinemoa swam across the great lake to her lover.
The photograph at the bottom of page 39 is by Bernie Hill; the one above it, and the lower photograph on p are by Theo Schoon.Hinemoa and Tutanekai How i heard this myth Hinemoa and Tutankai By KATE I heard the story of Hinemoa and Tutankai while I was camping in Rotorua.
I was told the story by a Man who took us on a jet boat ride. He told us this story and it has been stuck in my mind since then. Now.A text book with a vocabulary and explanatory notes ought to meet the wishes of those desiring to go a little further.
And while it is practically impossible to acquire a good colloquial knowledge of the Maori language from books, it is possible, for those who have the time, to obtain a knowledge of Maori stories, such as Hinemoa, beyond what.