May 10, 2021

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One Day a Taniwha

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It was on this day that another profound taonga of Ngati Pikiao was recognised. The longtime educator, writer, singer and icon, Aunty Bea Yates was at the Rotorua Library on Friday 8 August launching, an inedible children's storybook, "One Day a Taniwha".

It was on this day that another profound taonga of Ngāti Pikiao was recognised. The longtime educator, writer, singer and icon, Aunty Bea Yates was at the Rotorua Library on Friday 8 August launching, an inedible children’s storybook, “One Day a Taniwha”.

RotoruaTaniwhaIt was on this day that another profound taonga of Ngati Pikiao was recognised. The longtime educator, writer, singer and icon, Aunty Bea Yates was at the Rotorua Library on Friday 8 August launching, an inedible children’s storybook, “One Day a Taniwha”.

The book based on Aunty Bea’s waiata, of the same name and written in 1974, comes complete with vibrant illustrations and complete with a wonderful CD.

For more info check out: www.auntybea.co.nz

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1 thought on “One Day a Taniwha

  1. Could you please send me via email, an interpretation in Maori of the song – 'One day a Taniwha" please. Would greatly be appreciated thankyou.

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