Rahui by Chris Szekely, Malcolm Ross
  

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Rahui by Chris Szekely, Malcolm Ross

A child's death leads to a r?hui (restriction) being placed on a rural beach. After a year, the r?hui is lifted, and two children return to the beach full of life and with their cousin in their hearts.

About the Author

Chris Szekely was appointed the Chief Librarian of the Alexander Turnbull Library in 2007 - the first Maori to have held the position. Chris was previously City Librarian at the Manukau City Council, where he headed one of the largest and fastest growing public library services in New Zealand. He was also instrumental in setting up Te Ropu Whakahau, the professional association of Maori librarians. Malcolm Ross, 1948-2003, gained a Diploma in Fine Arts in painting and a Diploma in Fine Arts with Honours in sculpture, and he had wideranging interests in New Zealand history, art and culture.

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Hardback
40 pages

Author

Chris Szekely, Malcolm Ross
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Publication date

16th September 2011

ISBN

9781869694708


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