He pūrākau Matariki te kī taurangi a Puanga
He pūrākau Matariki Te kī taurangi a Puanga – Nā Kirsty Wadsworth i tuhi, Nā Munro Te Whata ngā pikitia i tā, Nā Ngaere Roberts te tuhinga i whakamāori
I huraina e Hana tētahi mea huna mō tōna tino hoa, a `puanga, ā Puanga, ā, nā Tāwhirimātea I āhina, kia mura mai tētahi whetū hou I te rangi, I te wā o te Hōtoke.
He kaihana a Puanga ki ngā tuahine Matariki. Ia tau, ka kitea atu, a Puanga, e ngā iwi o te takutai Uru o Aotearoa, e tohu ana kei te tata mai te Hōtoke, me te Tau Hou Māori.
He korero pūrākau tēnei mōna.
There is a bright new star in the winter sky-Puanga, cousin to the Matariki sisters. Each year, she appears to the people of Aotearoa, a special sign for those unable to see Matariki, that winter and the Maori new year are coming. A new addition to Scholastic’s popular Matariki range, this time introducing readers to the Puanga star, which is celebrated for Māori New Year and the coming of winter in place of Matariki along parts of the West Coast of New Zealand.
Format: This book is a Paper back.
Language: This book is written in te reo Māori
The English version is available here: A story for Matariki The promise of Puanga