Tu Meke Tui in Te Reo Maori

Tu Meke Tui in Te Reo Maori
WRITER: Malcom Clarke

Koni atu kē ngā āhua o te manu rērere.

Tu Meke Tui is a story of friendship, courage and discovering that sometimes it's our differences that make us truly special.

Tere the Tui and Taitū the Takahē are two very different sorts of birds; one loves to flit and twirl around in the sky, while the other prefers to rustle about in the undergrowth.

Tumeke is a New Zealand Māori word which means to startle or take fright. In recent years, tu meke (as two words) has developed as a colloquial phrase meaning 'too much' and is used to express excitement or being shaken up.

Measurements: 240 mm x 240 mm
Language: Te Reo Māori
NZ$ 20.00
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