Hineahuone / he mea whatu, whakatauira hoki e Xo�e Hall ; n�a Sian Montgomery-Neutze i whakam�aori.
Contributor(s): Montgomery-Neutze, Sian [translator.].Material type: BookPublisher: Mana, Porirua, Aotearoa : TeacherTalk, 2018Copyright date: �2018Description: 1 volume (unpaged) : colour illustrations ; 26 cm.Content type: text | still image Media type: unmediated Carrier type: volumeISBN: 9780473422516; 0473422514.Uniform titles: Clay woman. M�aori Subject(s): Maori (New Zealand people) -- Folklore | Hineahuone | T�anem�ahuta | Papat�u�anuku | Mana wahine | Atua | P�ur�akau | �Orokohanga o te ao | K�orero paki m�a ng�a tamariki | Maori (New Zealand people)Genre/Form: Juvenile literature. | Folklore.DDC classification: 398.208999442 Summary: A retelling of the traditional creation story in which T�ane M�ahuta sculpts the first woman, Hineahuone, from the sacred red earth of Papat�u�anuku, the Earth Mother.
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Enhanced descriptions from Syndetics:
Tane Mahuta created the many wonders of nature that surround us today, but humanlife eludes him. As he sculpts the form of a woman from the scared red earth of Papatuanuku, Tane Mahuta cant begin to imagine what he is about to discover and all the beauty it beholds.
A retelling of the traditional creation story in which T�ane M�ahuta sculpts the first woman, Hineahuone, from the sacred red earth of Papat�u�anuku, the Earth Mother.