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Legends of Rotorua and the Hot Lakes
By Reed, A. W.        
Paperback - English

First published in 1958, this is the classic collection of myths relating to that cradle of Māori culture, Rotorua - with relevance across New Zealand

Rotorua is one of New Zealand's most visited cities. It is impossible to avoid the area's Māori history and, in this book, it is easy to learn about the most popular legends of the area. These include Ngatoro the Fire-Bringer, whose avoidance of fire demons left them raging underground to make the famous geyser and mudpool formations in the Rotorua area; and Hatupatu, who bravely escaped from the birdwoman, who would have him as her slave.

A.W. Reed is renowned for his telling of Māori stories; his list of published works in this area is long and his popularity has rarely waned. The Dennis Turner beautiful illustrations are reproduced unaltered, speaking to the era of the book's original publication.

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ADDITIONAL INFO

ISBN
0947506578
EAN
9780947506575
Publisher
Publication Date
30/09/2020
Pages
164
Dimension
0.00cm x 0.00cm x 0.00cm
Age Group
NA to NA
Grades
Not Applicable to Not Applicable
Lexile Level
0
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About Author

Reed, A. W.
A.W. Reed wrote many books on topics such as myths, language and place names of both M?ori and Australian Aboriginal culture.




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