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Hatupatu and the birdwoman.

Joy Cowley

Hatupatu and the birdwoman.

by Joy Cowley

  • 205 Want to read
  • 22 Currently reading

Published by E.J. Arnold in Leeds .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Readers -- 1950-

  • Edition Notes

    SeriesStory chest
    ContributionsMelser, June., Kahukiwa, Robyn.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsPE1119
    The Physical Object
    Pagination16p. :
    Number of Pages16
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL21526262M
    ISBN 100560086784, 0560087055

      Joe brings a book about a family holiday to the kindergarten. During their holiday, Joe and his family looked for the cave where Hatupatu hid from the birdwoman. They also saw the bubbling mud pools. At kindergarten, he and Elliot together illustrate the story of Hatupatu and the birdwoman. These stories are connected. Fishpond New Zealand, Hatupatu and the Birdwoman: Story Based on a Maori Legend: Stage Seven Supplementary Readers (Story Chest) by Joy Cowley June MelserBuy. Books online: Hatupatu and the Birdwoman: Story Based on a Maori Legend: Stage Seven /5(5).

    Get this from a library! Hatupatu. [Ron Bacon; Manu Smith] -- Retells the traditional Maori tale of Hatupatu, and his narrow escape from the clutches of the Bird Woman. Suggested level: junior, primary. Leveled Books Database Search thousands of books leveled for guided reading, Reading Recovery, and Accelerated Reader: Book Levels: Guided Reading • Hatupatu and the Birdwoman: Publisher: Wright Group Amazon: More Info | Buy Now - If available: Guided Reading Level: M.

    Hatupatu and the Birdwoman. 32 likes. Based on the Maori legend and written by Joy Cowley - this favourite school book is ers: Retells the traditional Maori tale of Hatupatu, and his narrow escape from the clutches of the Bird Woman. Education. Book a class visit. Engaging programmes for all year levels from ECE to Year Hatupatu and the bird woman.


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See search results for this author. Are you an author. Learn about Author Central 5/5(1). Hatupatu and the Bird Woman by Ron Bacon,available at Book Depository with free delivery worldwide.

Hatupatu and the bird woman. [Ron Bacon; S J Woods] -- Retells the traditional Māori tale of Hatupatu, and his narrow escape from the clutches of the Bird Woman.

Your Web browser is not enabled for JavaScript. Hatupatu and the Bird Woman The story of Hatupatu and the bird woman Hatupatu, a Te Arawa ancestor who lived on Mokoia Island, was wandering through the forest one day when he discovered a peculiar woman, the size of a tree, with claws instead of fingernails and wings on her arms.

The story of Hatupatu and Kurangaituku, often refered to as the Bird Woman. Hatupatu and Kurangaituku Many years ago, it was the custom of some tribes to. of the bird woman. Hatu Patu raced towards the hot pools of Whakarewarewa. He ran between scorching hot pools of mud and water, trying to lose Kurungaituku.

Hatu Patu leapt over a geyser just as it began to rise. Kurungaituku leapt too. The geyser caught Kurungaituku and she fell into a scorching pool of boiling water. The Legend of Hatupatu and the Bird-woman. When Hatupatu was hunting one day for birds in the forest, he met a woman who was spearing birds for herself.

This woman had wings on her arms, and claws instead of fingers. Her lips were long and hard and pointed, like a bird's beak, and she was using them as a spear.

In Māori tradition, Hatupatu (or “Hatu Patu”) was the youngest of four sons, cruelly treated by his elder brothers, who despite this grew up to become a chief of some note among the Te Arawa.

Legend tells of his wily escape from the bird-woman Kurangaituku, by hiding inside a rock and then leading her into a boiling mud pool.

Hatupatu and the birdwoman by Joy Cowley. Published by Shortland in Auckland, N.Z. Written in EnglishPages: Illustrating this book allowed Joe to revisit his recent family holiday to Taupo and Rotorua, during which the family looked for the cave where Hatupatu hid from the birdwoman and saw the bubbling hot mud pools.

It ties in with the book he made about that holiday and brought in to kindergarten. Robyn Kahukiwa (born ) is an artist, award-winning children's book author, and illustrator from New Zealand.

Kahukiwa has created a significant collection of paintings, books, prints, drawings, and sculptures. Hatupatu and the birdwoman () With Rangimarie Sophie Jolley: The Blue Book Nationality: New Zealand. Hatupatu and the Birdwoman: Stage Seven Supplementary Readers by June Melser,available at Book Depository with free delivery worldwide/5(5).

Open Library is an open, editable library catalog, building towards a web page for every book ever published. Hatupatu and the Birdwoman by Joy Cowley; 1 edition; Subjects: Readers (Elementary), Legends, Maori (New Zealand people).

Hatupatu and the Birdwoman by Cowley and a great selection of related books, art and collectibles available now at   Preston made an adaptation/mash-up of the various versions of the Hatupatu legend for his Major Project Maori legend kick ass.

Turner, Dennis Knight, [The death of the bird-woman. p ?] Date: - Ref: A Description: Depicts Hatupatu at Whakarewarewa looking back at a mud pool where the bird woman Kurangaituku, who had been chasing him, had perished in the boiling water w.

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Hatupatu and the birdwoman. [Peter Gossage] -- Hatupatu is left with only scraps to eat while his older brother go off hunting.

When they discover he has stolen food from the storehouse they chase him away. But dangers of a different nature await.In Māori tradition, Hatupatu (or "Hatu Patu") was the youngest of four sons, cruelly treated by his elder brothers, who despite this grew up to become a chief of some note among the Te tells of his wily escape from the bird-woman Kurangaituku, by hiding inside a rock and then leading her into a boiling mud grown into a man of ability and confidence, he led his people.