Tupaia reviews round-up.

Tupaia Story Labels 6

Tēnā anō tātou,

here’s a quick collection of the reviews available online for The Adventures Of Tupaia.

A lovely one here from Paula Green at NZPoetryBox.

Briar Lawry reviews it at The Sapling.

More kind words at What Book Next and The Reading Warrior.

Then there’s this here from Canvas Magazine 14/7/19:

“A spectacular hardback published in partnership with Auckland Museum to accompany the Tupaia exhibition (now on), this follows the story of Tupaia from his childhood in Ra’iatea to becoming a highranking ’arioi and master navigator who sailed with Captain James Cook as part of the crew on the Endeavour. Meredith and Tait incorporate a range of styles in this evocatively illustrated work, which adds nuance to the story of how Europeans put Aotearoa on their maps. It’s a story that should be read in all New Zealand primary schools.”

Heoi anō, kāore te kumara e kōrero mō tōna ake reka…

Tupaia interviews round-up.

Aotearoa Section Intro

Ngā mihi tātou,

here’re a few links to recent interviews Courtney Sina Meredith and I have done in the wake of the release of our new book, The Adventures Of Tupaia.

At the Sapling, I talk to Becky Popham.

At the Spinoff, Courtney talks to Gareth Shute.

Courtney talks to Jesse Mulligan and crew at The Project (pretty sweet introductory animation to kick it off), and I speak to him on Radio New Zealand.

Kua mutu mō te wā nei, further posts will come if anything else interesting pops up.