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"Tawhirimatea, blow winds blow,
Ra, warm us up with your sunshine glow.
Papatuanuku, we plant seeds in you.
Ua, rain helps new life come through."
"Tawhirimatea, ka pupuhi,
Whiti mai te ra, ka mahana mai.
Ono kakano, Papatuanuku,
Ka ua, tere tipu, ururua."
Sing along to this catchy Matariki song celebrating earth, sky, seasons and whanau. It is our very own Aotearoa, from forest to seashore, dawn light to starry night.
With illustrations by Kat Merewether and Maori lyrics by Ngaere Roberts.
The accompanying CD includes both English and Maori versions together with an instrumental version for children to do a karaoke performance!
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