The Tuna Whakaheke That Wanted To Go Home is the story of a young eel caught in the annual migration flood who is swept over a waterfall and travels through well known areas in the Tai Tokerau before reaching the ocean, the point of no return.
Written and illustrated by Neatter Kimiora Paikea, Te Aorewa Tautari, Conan George, Phoebe Unaiki Te Po Rodger, and Jaya Skye Latricha Maihi.
On February 13th and 14th, the first installment of the KIWA™Slam! for 2014 was hosted in Kawakawa at the Nuflo centre by Ngāti Hine and KIWA.
Sixteen students from schools and kura kaupapa around the Tai Tokerau, took up the challenge of conceiving, writing and illustrating four digital storybooks, in both the English and Māori languages.
With only two days to learn and apply their new skills, the result was an innovative mix of creativity and imagination as well as the blending of culture, history and traditional stories.
• Swipe-to-Read™ the words to hear and playback the story at your own pace.
• Auto Play to enjoy the narration.
• Use the My Narration function to read and record the story yourself and customize your book.
• Touch pictures to hear different sound effects.
• See special animation effects bringing the picture to life.
• Use the Color Palette to paint each page!
KIWA™Book offers a true multi-language experience and is a great tool for learning new languages for both young and old. This KIWA™Book includes the narration, text, and user interface in these languages:
Compatible with iPad,
Requires iOS 7 +
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