The Grandmothers of Pikitea Street: Ngā Kuia o te Tiriti o Pikitea
- About the Book
As bedtime approaches, the grandmothers along Pikitea Street share traditional stories and get lunchboxes ready for their grandkids — blending Māori, Pākehā, Chinese, Indian, Samoan and Ethiopian cultures. By the end of the book, there’s a big feast underway with dishes from around the world: It was going to be a delightful afternoon of laughter, learning, storytelling and sharing.
- About the Author(s)
Renisa Viraj Maki, Author
Nikki Slade-Robinson, IllustratorNikki Slade Robinson is an award-winning illustrator who lives in Ōpotiki. Ngaere Roberts is a teacher and translator of te Reo Māori.
Kanapu Rangitauira, TranslatorKanapu Rangitauira (Te Arawa, Ngāti Porou, Te Whakatōhea) is a registered translator and teacher of te reo. He lives with his whānau in Rotoiti, Rotorua.