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Aotearoa / New Zealand
    1. BACON, R. -- The naming of the land. (Y3-6)

BISHOP,G. – Riding the waves: four Maori myths (Y3-6)

DAVIS, TE AUE -- He korero pūrākau mo ngā taunahanahatanga a ngā tūpuna = Place names of the ancestors: a Māori oral history atlas. (Māori and English)(Y7+)

REED, A.W. -- Reed book of Māori mythology. (revised 2004 by Ross Calman) (Y7+) NB: Calman has relocated stories in the areas they originally came from, undoing a lot of the homogenising work of 19th century ethnographers. Indexing of this new revised edition allows the reader to find stories of specific locations.

Te Ika a Māui / North Island

398.20993 HAMER, B. -- How the kumara came to Aotearoa. (Eng. ed.)

=Te takenga mai o te kumara ki Aotearoa. (Māori ed.) (Y3-4)

POHATU, W. -- “Maui and the fish” in Traditional Māori legends. (Eng. ed.)

= Ngā tai korero. (Māori ed.) (Y5+)

RAE TE AKE AKE, A. -- “The great fish of Maui” in Myths and legends of



Aotearoa (Y6+)

Te Tai Tokerau / Northland

398.20993 CARTWRIGHT, P. -- Kahukura and the sea fairies (Y4-5)

HINGSTON, C. -- “Ko Taratara” in Ngā reo o Aotearoa = Voices of Aotearoa

Vol. 1 (Y4-6)

“Te rangatira māia = The audacious chief”( Te Houtaewa) in Ngā reo o Aotearoa / Voices of Aotearoa Vol 1 (Y4-6) (Ninety mile beach)

HYLAND, Q.R. – “How Kahukura learnt netmaking from the fairies” in


Pakiwaitara: myths and legends of the Māori. (Y6+)

and in Illustrated Māori myths and legends. (Y5+)

REED, A.W.-- “Kahukura and the fairy fishermen” in Māori myths &

legendary tales. (Y7+)

REED,A.W, -- “Rocks and mountain streams” (about The Ninepins) pp325-26 in



Reed book of Māori mythology. (2004 ed.) (Y8+)

REED, A.W.-- Awaruaoporirua (Kaipara) in Taniwha, Giants and Supernatural



Creatures

TE KANAWA, K.--“Kahukura and the fairies” in Land of the long white cloud

(Y6+)

TRAditional Māori stories = He korero Māori ed. Margaret Orbell –

--“Kahukura’s net” (Y8+)

--“Hihi-o-tote the murderer” (Y8+) (Māori and English)

LEGends of the land: as told by ten tribal elders -- “Waitangi” (Y8+)

WINITANA, C. – “The journey of the spirits” in Legends of Aotearoa (Y8+)

398.2099313 HOWEARTH, B. – Mists of time: Ngāpuhi myths and legends. (Y7+)


    1. He Whakatauki. (proverbs) (Y8+)

Te Rerenga Wairua / Cape Reinga


398.20993 GRAHAM, P. --“The leaping place of the spirits” in Māori legends of the land. (Y6+)

Hokianga

398.20883 GRAHAM, P. -- “The returning place of Kupe” in Māori legends of


the land.(Y6+)

“Romance and tragedy” in Maori love legends / ed Murdoch Riley (Y8+)



SULLIVAN, R. -- Kupe’s voyage” in Weaving earth and sky ( Y5 +)
Whangarei

398.20993 REED, A.W. -- “Manaia” in Earth, Ocean, Sky (Y6+)

HINGSTON, C. -- “Te Whanga a Rei = Whangārei” in Ngā reo o Aotearoa =

Voices of Aotearoa Vol. 2 (Y4+)

Ngā REO o Aotearoa =Voices of Aotearoa ( CD ROM)—“Te Whanga a Rei =

Whangārei”(Bilingual Eng/Māo)




Tāmaki-makau-rau / Auckland region


398.20993 BACON, R. -- A Tinirau mē tana tohorā. (Māori ed.) =

Tinirau and his whale. (English ed.) (Y0-1)

DIAMOND, D. -- The Māori history and legends of the Waitakere ranges.

(Y8+)

GRAHAM, P. -- “Rangitoto and Pupuke” in Māori legends of the land (Y6+)



“The volcanoes of Auckland” in Māori legends of the land

(Y6+)


HINGSTON, C. -- “Ko Rangitoto” in Ngā reo o Aotearoa = Voices of Aotearoa

vol 1 (Y4-6)



MĀOri love legends / ed Murdoch Riley – “The elopement of Puhi-huia” (Y5+)

POHATU, W. -- “Tinirau and Tutunui” in Traditional Māori legends (Y5+)


= Ngā tai korero (Māori ed.)(Y5+)

PHILIPS-GIBSON, E.--Tamaki-makaurau : myths and legends of Auckland landmarks

REED, A.W. -- “Ponga and Puhihuia” in Māori myths & legendary tales (Y7+)


Ngā REO o Aotearoa =Voices of Aotearoa ( CD ROM)—“Rangitoto

(Bilingual Eng/Māo)

919.32 SIMMONS, D. -- Māori Auckland. (Y6+)

Coromandel


398.20993 TRAditional Māori stories = He korero Māori / ed. Margaret Orbell --“The fairies of

Morehau” (Māori and English) (Y8+)



Hauraki

398.20993 TRAditional Māori stories = He korero Māori ed. Margaret Orbell

(Māori and English) (Y8+)


  • “Ko te Ata-rahi (The man who came back)” (p63)

  • “He puhi mākutu (The terrible head)” (Chpt 22)

  • “Ko Te Naue rāua ko Mata – tini (How Mata-tini

won Te Naue” (Chpt 29)

  • “Te Kahu-rere-moa (Te Kahu-rere-moa’s journey)

(Chpt 30)

POHATU,W.--“Ureia” in Traditional Māori legends. (Eng. ed.)



= Ngā tai korero. (Māori ed.) (Y5+)
POHATU,W.-- Taniwharau= Guardians of the land. (Y5-8)

Kawhia

398.20993 TRAditional Māori stories = He korero Māori ed. Margaret Orbell

(Māori and English) (Y8+)


  • “Ko Wai-huka rāua ko Tū-te-amoamo (The man who

coveted his brother’s wife)” (Chpt 24)

Waikato

398.20993 BISHOP, G. -- “Kahu and the taniwha” in Taming the sun (Y2-4)

HYLAND, Q. -- Turongo and Mahinarangi (Y4-5) and “Turongo and Mahinarangi”

in Illustrated Māori myths and legends. (Y5+)

HYLAND, Q.R. – “Te Kanawa encounters the patupaiarehe” in Paki Waitara :


Myths and legends of the Māori. (Y6+) and in Illustrated Māori

myths and legends. (Y5+)

- “Tāwhaitū is abducted by Whanawhana” in Paki Waitara:



myths and legends of the Māori. (Y6+) and in Illustrated Māori

myths and legends. (Y5+)

“Tūrongo and Māhinārangi” in Paki waitara: myths and

legends of the Māori. (Y6+)

MĀOri love legends / ed Murdoch Riley – “A story of old Waikato: the magic of the

kōauau” (Y8+)

MATAIRA, K. -- Te awa i tahuti. (Māori ed.) (Y3-5)

= The river which ran away. (English ed.)

RAE TE AKE AKE, A. -- “The lone fairy of Pirongia” in Myths and legends



of Aotearoa. (Y6+)

REED, A.W. -- “Ruarangi and the turehu” in Māori myths & legendary tales. (Y7+)

REED, A.W. -- Taniwha, Giants and Supernatural Creatures (Y6+)

- “Huamia or Waikato and Ureia of Hauraki”

- “Peketahi of the Punui River”

- “Takerepiripiri”

REED, A.W. -- “Kakepuku and Kawa ” in Earth, Ocean, Sky (Y6+)

TE KANAWA, K. -- “Te Kanawa and the visitors by firelight” in Land of the



long white cloud. (Y6+)

WINITANA, C. --“The dog and the child river” in Legends of Aotearoa (Y8+)


    1. WAIkato is the name of the river. ( video) (Y6+)


KELLY, L. -- Tainui. (Y8+)

King Country


398.20993 MĀOri love legends / ed Murdoch Riley -- “The legend of Miru and Hine-rangi” (Y8+)


Tauranga / Mt Maunganui


398.20993 RAE TE AKE AKE, A. -- “The legend of Mauao” in Myths and legends of

Aotearoa (Y6+)

-- “The kuia and her faithful dog” in Myths and



legends of Aotearoa (Y6+)

REED, A.W. -- “The great bird of Ruakapanga” in Māori myths & legendary



tales. (Y7+)

993.422 TAPSELL, E. -- Historic Maketu. (Y8+)


Whakatane


398.20993 BACON, R. -- Te tahi and the rain. (Y0-1)

-- The woman who was like a man. (Y0-1)

HINGSTON, C. -- “Kia whakatāne au i ahau! = I will act as a man!” in Ngā reo o

Aotearoa = Voices of Aotearoa Vol 1. (Y4 +) (Māori and English)

HINGSTON, C. -- “Te Tohunga=The High Priest” in Ngā reo o Aotearoa =/ Voices of



Aotearoa Vol. 2 (Y4+)

LEG -- “The story of Te Tahi o Te Rangi and Whakaari (White Island)” in



Legends of the land: as told by ten tribal elders (Y8+)

MĀOri love legends / ed Murdoch Riley -- “How the heart of Te Aoputaputa was

won (Y8+) (Ōpōtiki)


TRAditional Māori stories = He korero Māori ed. Margaret Orbell

(Māori and English) (Y8+)

-- “Ko Te Tahi o Te Rangi” = “The tohunga marooned on Whakaari”

REED, A.W. -- “Whakaari and Moutohorā” in Earth, Ocean, Sky (Y6+)


Te Tai Rāwhiti / East Cape


398.20993 BACON, R. -- The fierce and greedy woman (Y0-1)

-- Peketua’s egg (Y0-1)

KAHUKIWA, R. -- Paikea (Māori and English editions) (Y3-4)

HINGSTON, C. -- “Paikea te kaieke tohora = Paikea the whale rider” in Ngā reo o

Aotearoa =Voices of Aotearoa Vol 1 (Y4-6) (Māori and English)

POHATU, W. -- “Paikea and the whale” in Traditional Māori legends. (English ed.)



= Ngā tai korero. (Māori ed.) (Y5+)

REED, A.W. -- “The giant and the whale” in Māori myths & legendary



tales.(Y7+)

“Tura and Whiro” in Māori myths & legendary tales. (Y7+)

REED, A.W. --“Te Mimi o Pāoa” in Earth, Ocean, Sky (Y6+)

TRAditional Māori stories = He korero Māori ed. Margaret Orbell

(Māori and English) (Y8+)

-- “Ko Tiekie – iti (Little Tieke, the dancing thief)” (Chpt 19)

-- “Te rironga o te pāua a Tapa-kākahu I te kahawai

(The greenstone fish-hook)” (Chpt 20)

CLARKE, M.-- Whirikoki me tana kekeno = Whirikoki and his seal (Y2-3)

398.4 RUATAPU, M. -- Ngā kōrero a Mohi Ruatapu tohunga rongonui o Ngāti Porou =


The writings of Mohi Ruatapu. (Māori and English) (Y7+)

993.428 MCCONNELL, B. -- He taonga tuku iho: Ngati Porou stories from the East


Cape. (Y8+)

-- He taonga anō : more Ngati Porou stories from the East

Cape (Y8+)


Tūranga-nui-a-Kiwa / Gisborne


398.20993 BACON, R. -- How gourds came (Y0-1)

POHATU, W. -- “Pourangahua and the great bird of Ruakapanga” in



Traditional Māori legends. (Eng. ed.)

= Ngā tai korero. (Māori ed.) (Y5+)

REED, A.W. -- “Pou and the great bird” in Māori myths & legendary tales.

(Y7+)

Hawkes Bay


398.20993 GOSSAGE, P. – Pania of the reef. (Y2-3)

GRAHAM, P. -- “Pania of the reef” in Māori legends of the land. (Y6+)

HINGSTON, C. -- “Pānia-wahine o te moana = Pānia - woman of the sea” in

Ngā reo o Aotearoa = Voices of Aotearoa Vol 1 (Y4-6)

MORRIS, B -- Te Koauau A Tamatea ( Y1-4)

RAE TE AKE AKE, A. -- “Pania of the reef” in Myths and legends of

Aotearoa. (Y6+)

TANe Miti Rangi: te manu korero. (Y3-6) ((Māori and English))

WHAANGA-SCHOLLUM, M. -- The legend of the seven whales .=


Te pakiwaitara o nga tahora tokowhiti. ((Māori and English) (Y4-5)

TRAditional Māori stories = He korero Māori ed. Margaret Orbell

(Māori and English) (Y8+)

--“Ko Te Ao-huruhuru (The young wife)” (Chpt 28)

--“Ko Te Huhuti (Te Huhuti’s swim to her lover) (Chpt 27)


Central North Island


398.20993 GRAHAM, P. -- “Waikato and Rangitaiki” in Children of earth and sky.

(Y6+)


HINGSTON, C. -- “Ngatoroirangi” in Ngā reo o Aotearoa = Voices of Aotearoa

Vol. 1 (Y4-6)

POHATU, W. --“Te Ihi’ in Taniwharau. Guardians of the land.

(English and Māori) (Y5-8)

REED, A.W. -- “The wandering trees of the plain” in Māori myths &

legendary tales. (Y7+)

REED, A.W. --“Waikato and Rangitaiki” in Taniwha, Giants and Supernatural



Creatures (Y6+)

WINITANA, C. -- “Te Arawa canoe – the migration” in Legends of Aotearoa.

(Y8+)

993.01 KELLY, L. – Tainui. (Y7-8)



Rotorua


Hinemoa and Tutanekai
398.20993 GOSSAGE, P. -- Hinemoa and Tutanekai. (Y2-3)

GRAHAM, P. -- “Hinemoa and Tutanekai” in Māori legends of the land.



(Y6+)

HINGSTON, C. -- “Ngā Whaiāipo Rongonui = The Famous Lovers” in Ngā reo o



Aotearoa =/ Voices of Aotearoa Vol. 2 (Y4+ ) ( English and Māori)

HYLAND, Q.R. – “Hinemoa and Tutanekai” in Paki waitara: myths and



legends of the Māori. (Y6+)

and in Illustrated Māori myths and legends (Y5+)


MĀOri love legends / ed Murdoch Riley (Y8+)

RAE TE AKE AKE, A. --“The legend of Hinemoa and Tukanekai” in Myths


and legends of Aotearoa . (Y6+)

REED, A.W. -- “Hinemoa and Tutanekai” in Māori myths & legendary tales.

(Y7+)

Ngā REO o Aotearoa =Voices of Aotearoa ( CD ROM)-- “Hinemoa and Tutanekai”

((Māori and English))

TE KANAWA, K. -- “Hinemoa and Tutankeai” in Land of the long white

cloud. (Y6+)

POHATU, W. -- “Tutanekai and Hinemoa” in Traditional Māori legends.

(English ed.)

= Ngā tai korero. (Māori ed.) (Y5+)

-- “Pekehaua”in Taniwharau. Guardians of the land.

(English and Māori) (Y5-8)
Hatupatu
398.20993 BACON, R. – Hatupatu. (Māori and English eds.) (Y0-1)

GOSSAGE, P. -- Hatupatu raaua ko Kurangaituku. (Māori lang.)(Y2-3)

GRAHAM, P. -- “Hatupatu and the birdwoman” in Māori legends of the land.

(Y6+)


RAE TE AKE AKE, A. -- “Hatupatu and the birdwoman” in Myths and

legends of Aotearoa. (Y6+)

REED, A.W. -- “Young Hatupatu” in Māori myths & legendary tales. (Y7+)



Other pakiwaitara / legends of Rotorua district
398.20993 COWLEY, J. -- Nga kai i ngaro. (Māori lang.) (Y4-5)

MĀOri love legends / ed Murdoch Riley – “The death leap of Tikawe” (Y8+)

REED, A.W. -- Legends of Rotorua. (Y8+)

“The singing pohutukawa” in Māori myths and legendary


tales. (Y7+)

REED, A.W. -- Taniwha, Giants and Supernatural Creatures (Y6+)



  • “ Hotupuku

  • “Pekehaua”

  • “Kataore”

  • “Horomatangi”

  • “Hurukareao and Horomatangi”

- “The Flying Taniwah of Mamaku “

TE KANAWA, K. -- “The talking taniwha of Rotorua” in Land of the long



white cloud. (Y6+)

YATES, B. -- Tapu : a legend of Rotorua. (Bilingual) (Y2-4)



    1. STAFFORD, D. – Pakiwaitara: Te Arawa stories of Rotorua. (Y8+)



Taupo


398.20993 BACON, R. -- The two taniwha. (Y0-1)

TE KANAWA, K. -- “Hotupuku” in Land of the long white cloud. (Y6+)

TAUpo Moana. –( audio tapes) ( y 7 +)
Volcanic Plateau

398.20993 BACON, R. -- The mountain of fire. (Y0-1)


GRAHAM, P. -- “The sending of fire” in Māori legends of the land. (Y6+)

--“Taranaki and Tongariro” in Children of earth and sky. (Y6+)

--“The battle of the giants” in Children of earth and sky. (Y6+)

HINGSTON, C. -- “Ngā ahi o Ngātoroirangi = The fires of Naātoroirangi” in Ngā


reo o Aotearoa = Voices of Aotearoa Vol 1 (Y4-6) (Māori and English)

HINGSTON, C. -- “Te Pakanga Maunga= The warring mountians” in Ngā reo o


Aotearoa = Voices of Aotearoa Vol. 2 (Y4+)(Māori and English)

LEGends of the land: as told by ten tribal elders. --“The story of

Ngātoroirangi and the bringing of warmth from Hawaiki” (Y8+)

MATAIRA, K. -- Nga toa maunga. (Māori ed.) = The warrior mountains.

(English ed.) (Y2-3)

POHATU, W. -- “Ngatoraoirangi” in Traditional Māori legends. (Eng.ed.)

= Ngā tai korero. (Māori) (Y5+)

--“Mokohikuwaru” in Taniwharau. Guardians of the land.

(English and Māori) (Y5-8)


RAE TE AKE AKE, A. -- “The battle of the mountains” in Myths and legends

of Aotearoa. (Y6+)

REED, A.W. -- “Restless mountains” in Māori myths and legendary tales.



(Y7+)

REED, A.W. -- Taniwha, Giants and Supernatural Creatures (Y6+)



  • “ Tongariro and Taranaki”

  • “ Taranaki and Ruapehu”

Ngā REO o Aotearoa /Voices of Aotearoa ( CD ROM)-- “Ngā maunga pakanga=

The warring mountains ( Ruapehu, Tongariro, Taranaki, Whakatane)

((Māori and English))

WINITANA, C. -- “The fires of the earth” in Legends of Aotearoa. (Y8+)

“The walking mountains” in Legends of Aotearoa. (Y8+)

Te Urewera


398.20993 GRAHAM, P. -- “The taniwha of Waikaremoana” in Māori legends of the

land. (Y6+)


MĀORI love legends / ed Murdoch Riley – “Hinerau and Te Toru” (Y8+)

RAE TE AKE AKE, A. -- “The legend of Waikaremoana” in Myths and



legends of Aotearoa. (Y6+)

-- “Uenuku and the mist maiden” in Myths and



legends of Aotearoa. (Y6+)

REED, A.W. -- “Maungapohatu and Kākaramea”” in Earth, Ocean, Sky (Y6+)

REED, A.W. -- “The hinau of Ruatahuna” in Māori myths & legendary tales.

(Y7+)

TE KANAWA, K. -- “The enchanted hunting-ground” in Land of the long



white cloud (Y6+)

WINITANA, C. --“The lake of rippling waters” in Legends of Aotearoa. (Y8+)

-- “Uēnuku and the mist maiden” in Legends of Aotearoa.

(Y8+)


MELBOURNE, H. -- Hinepūkohurangi . (Māori lang.) (Y4 )

919.3 Nga REO o te whenua = The voices of the land. (Māori and English versions) (6+)


Te Tai Hauāuru / North Island West Coast including Taranaki down to Whanganui


398.20993 BACON,R. – Monoa and the birds. (Y0-1)

GRAHAM, P. -- “Taranaki’s night march” in Māori legends of the land.

(Y6+)

HYLAND, Q.R. – “Ao-kehu and the taniwha Tūtae poroporo” in Paki



Waitara: myths and legends of the Māori. (Y6+) and in

Illustrated Māori myths and legends. (Y5+)

POHATU, W.- “Mangapuerain Taniwharau. Guardians of the land.

(English and Māori) (Y5-8)

Nga MAUnga Tarewarewa= The restless mountains (audio tape)

(Y7 +)


REED, A.W. -- “The pet taniwha” (Tūtaeporoporo) in Māori myths &

legendary tales. (Y7+)

-“The flying taniwha” in Māori myths & legendary tales. (Y7+)

REED, A.W. -- Taniwha, Giants and Supernatural Creatures (Y6+)


  • “Tūtaeporoporo”

  • “ Mangapuera”

  • “Tūtangatakino”

  • “ Tongariro and Taranaki”

  • “ Taranaki and Ruapehu”

Ngā REO o Aotearoa = Voices of Aotearoa ( CD ROM)-- “Ngā maunga pakanga=

The warring mountains ( Ruapehu, Tongariro, Taranaki, Whakatane)

((Māori and English))

TRAditional Māori stories = He korero Māori ed. Margaret Orbell

(Māori and English) (Y8+)

-- “Ko Hine-kōrangi” (The lover from the underworld) (Chpt 13)

-- “Ko Tūtae-poroporo (The taniwha in the Whanganui River)

(Chpt 10)

-- “Ko Taka-rangi rāua ko Rau-mahora” (The siege of Whakarewa)

(Chpt 26)


Horowhenua

398.20993 HINGSTON, C. -- “Te Wahine Tautohetohe= The Quarrelsome Wife”( Hinepoupou)

in Ngā reo o Aotearoa / Voices of Aotearoa Vol. 2 (Y4+)

ROYAL, T. C. -- Native traditions by Hukiki Te Ahu Karamu o Otaki Jan 1st 1856

(Māori and English)

REED, A.W. -- “Pakihiwitahi and Puketapu” in Earth, Ocean, Sky (Y6+)



Te Upoko O Te Ika

Te Whanganui – a – Tara / Wellington


398.20993 GRAHAM, P. -- “The two taniwha” in Māori legends of the land. (Y6+)

919.3 Nga REO o te whenua = Voices of the land. (Māori and English titles) (Y6+)



Raukawa / Cook Strait

398.20993 GRAHAM, P. -- “The long swim” in Māori legends of the land. (Y6+)


POHATU, W. -- “Kupe and the great octopus of Muturangi” in Traditional

Māori legends. (Eng. ed.)

= Ngā tai korero. (Māori ed.)(Y5+)

TRAditional Māori stories = He korero Māori ed. Margaret Orbell

(Māori and English) (Y8+)

-- “Ko Hinepoupou rāua ko Te Oripāroa”

(The adventures of Hine-poupou and Te Oripāroa) (Chpt 15)

Te Wai Pounamu / South Island

398.20993 BEATTIE, H. -- Māori lore of lake, alp and fiord. (Y8+)

HINGSTON, C. -- “Ngā roto o te Waipounamu = The lakes of the South Island” in



Ngā reo o Aotearoa = Voices of Aotearoa Vol 1 (English and Māori) (Y4-6)

HINGSTON, C. -- “Kupe me te whekenui / Kupe and the giant octupus” in Ngā reo o


Aotearoa / Voices of Aotearoa Vol. 2 (Y4+)

HYLAND, Q. -- Te Kapo the taniwha (Y3-4)

HYLAND, Q.R. – “Te Kapo the taniwha” in Paki Waitara: myths and legends


of the Māori. (Y6+) and in Illustrated Māori myths and legends. (Y5+)

MCCONNELL, R. -- Aoraki’s canoe. (English ed.)(Y2-3)( audio tape and book)



= Te waka a Aoraki. (Māori ed.)(Y2-3)

-- Te Rapanga a Tūterakiwhano. (Māori ed.)

= Tūterakiwhano’s search. (English ed.) (Y4-5)

POHATU, W. -- “Ngake and Hinewaihua” in Traditional Māori legends.

(English ed.) = Ngā tai korero. (Māori ed.)(Y5+)

REED, A.W. -- Earth, Ocean, Sky

- “Lake Omapere”

- “ Lake Te Anau”

- “Lake Manapōuri”


  • “ Rivers of Te Waipounamu”- “ Poutini and Whaiapu

  • “ Poutini and Tama”

  • “ Ngāhue”

  • “Tamatea and Greenstone”

REED, A.W. -- “Stories of greenstone” in Māori myths & legendary

tales.(Y7+)


REED, A.W. -- Taniwha, Giants and Supernatural Creatures (Y6+)

  • “Te Kaiwhakaruaki”

  • “of Lyell Stream”

  • “of Rakaia Gorge”

Ngā REO o Aotearoa =/Voices of Aotearoa ( CD ROM)-- “Te wheke nui = The great

octopus ( Totaranui) ((English and Māori))



Ngā REO o Aotearoa =Voices of Aotearoa ( CD ROM)-- “Rākaihautū

( Te Waipounamu) ((English and Māori))

TIKAO, T – Tikao Talks (Y 8 +)






Kaikoura

398.20993 MĀORI love legends / ed Murdoch Riley -- “The obstuctions of Tū-te-koropaka”

(Y8+)


HINGSTON, C. -- “Ngā ahi kai kōura a Tama ki te rangi/ The crayfish cooking fires of

Tama ki te rangi” in Ngā reo o Aotearoa / Voices of Aotearoa Vol. 2

(Y4+)

Te Tai Poutini / West Coast


398.20993 BACON, R. -- The green fish of Ngahue (Y4-6)

GRAHAM, P. -- “The place of greenstone” in Māori legends of the land.

(Y6+)

HINGSTON, C. -- “Te Kaitiaki/ The Guardian” in Ngā reo o Aotearoa / Voices of



Aotearoa Vol. 2 (Y4+)

Te Rua -o–te-Moho / Fiordland


398.20993 GRAHAM, P. -- “The tattooing pit” in Māori legends of the land. (Y6+)

TE KANAWA, K. -- “Lake Te Anau’ in Land of the long white cloud. (Y6+)


Alps


398.20993 GRAHAM, P. -- “The canoe of the gods” in Māori legends of the land. (Y6+)

“Carving the island” in Māori legends of the land. (Y6+)

HINGSTON, C. -- “Te waka ō Aoraki = The canoe of Aoraki” in Ngā reo o Aotearoa

= Voices of Aotearoa Vol 1 (Y4-6) (English and Māori)

REED, A.W. -- “Glaciers” p325 in Reed book of Māori mythology. (2004 ed.) (Y8+)

REED, A.W. -- “Tarahaoa and Huatekerkere” in Earth, Ocean, Sky (Y6+)

Ngā REO o Aotearoa /Voices of Aotearoa ( CD ROM)-- “Te Waka o Aorangi = The

canoe off Aorangi (Mount Cook) ” (English and Māori)


Canterbury


398.20993 HINGSTON, C. -- “Ngā ahiahi a Tamatea=The fires of Tamatea” in Ngā reo o

Aotearoa = Voices of Aotearoa Vol. 2 (English and Māori) (Y4+)



    1. COWAN, J. -- Māori folk-tales of the Port Hills. (Y8+)

TE MAIHAROA, T. Folklore and fairy tales of the Canterbury Maoris (sic) / ed

Herries Beattie (Y8+)

POHATU,W—“Te.Pouakai” in Taniwharau. Guardians of the land.

(English and Māori) (Y5-8)



Ngā REO o Aotearoa =Voices of Aotearoa ( CD ROM)-- “Ngā ahi a Tamatea= The fires of Tamatea” ( Lyttleton Harbour) (English and Māori)

North Otago


398.20993 GRAHAM, P. -- “The lost cargo” in Māori legends of the land. (Y6+) (Moeraki)

779.099 SPIERS, J. -- Moeraki. (Y7+) (Eng and Māori)



Central Otago


398.20993 CARTWRIGHT, P. -- Matau: the giant of Wakatipu. (Y4-5)

GRAHAM, P. -- “The monster of Wakatipu” in Māori legends of the land.

(Y6+)

POHATU, W.--“Kapuwaiin Taniwharau. Guardians of the land.



(English and Māori) (Y5-8)

MĀOri love legends / ed Murdoch Riley -- “Matakauri and Manata” (Y8+)

REED, A.W. -- “Matua the giant of Wakatipu” in Māori myths & legendary


tales. (Y7+)

WINITANA, C. -- “The hollow of the giant” in Legends of Aotearoa. (Y8+)



Muri-hiku / South Otago


398.20993 BACON, R. -- “Kopu-wai the dog-head man” in Māori legends (seven stories)

(Y3-4)


CARTWRIGHT, P. -- Kopuwai the water swallower . (Y4-5)

GRAHAM, P. --“The southern lights” in Children of earth and sky. (Y6+)

HYLAND, Q. -- Kopuwai the monster (Y3-4)

HYLAND, Q.R. – “Kōpūwai, the ogre of the Matau” in Paki Waitara: myths



and legends of the Māori. (Y6+)

and in Illustrated Māori myths and legends (Y5+)



MĀOri love legends / ed Murdoch Riley -- “Ruru-teina and Te Roronga-rahia”

(Y8+)


TRAditional Māori stories = He korero Māori ed. Margaret Orbell

(Māori and English) (Y8+)

-- “Ko Ruru-teina rāua ko Te Roronga-rahia”

(The adventures of Ruru-teina) (Chpt 7)


Internet Sites

http://www.tki.org.nz/r/Māori/nga_purakau_Māori/


Sources:

Bateman New Zealand historical atlas = Ko Papatuanuku e takoto nei.

The illustrated encyclopedia of Māori myth and legend / Margaret Orbell

New Zealand atlas / ed. I. Wards, 1976

The Reed dictionary of Māori placenames, 2002 ed

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