Family Book Reading of ‘Manaaki and te Marama’ by Nick King and Kim Filshie
Continuing our Cawthron Science Speaker Series at Nelson Museum, join Nick King, a senior scientist at Cawthron Institute and his partner Kim Filshie for a family friendly reading of their book about a young boy called Manaaki and his discovery of te Marama (the Moon).
The book is bilingual so the reading will be in English and Te Reo.
Join us from 1pm – seating is limited and will be allocated on a first come, first served basis. If you have any special requirements for access or seating, please get in touch with Museum staff to reserve a space.
🌝🌛 Book description:
“One evening Manaaki discovers te Marama (the Moon) high up in the starry sky. But when in rains, there is no “Marama” and even when the clouds clear he’s nowhere to be seen. Will Marama ever come back?
I tētahi pō ka kite a Manaaki kua eke te Marama ki runga rawa o te rangi. Engari ka ua ana, kāore he “Maama”, ā, ahakoa ka kore atu ngā kapua kua kore e kitea atu. Ka hoki mai anō te Marama?”
Event by Cawthron Institute and Nelson Provincial Museum
Date: SATURDAY, AUGUST 7, 2021 AT 1 PM
Venue: Nelson Provincial Museum
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