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Kete of books competition: winner announced


Congratulations to Trudi Gourdie of Auckland! Trudie's name was drawn as the winner for our win a kete of books competition, celebrating the relaunch of Kete Books!

A beautiful kete whakairo woven by Riperata McMath (Ngāti Awa, Te Rarawa) using harakeke, plus a prize pack of 20 of the very latest books by authors from Aotearoa will be on its way to you soon, Trudi. 

About the prize:

The prize includes a Kete whakairo woven by Riperata McMath (Ngāti Awa, Te Rarawa) RRP $375, plus a book prize pack of 20 books featured in our Winter Reading Catalogue valued at $751.90. 

Books in the prize pack:

Amma by Saraid de Silva, Moa Press
Ariā and the Kūmara God by Witi Ihimaera and illustrated by Isobel Joy Te Aho-White, Penguin Random House NZ
The Beautiful Afternoon by Airini Beautrais, Te Herenga Waka University Press
Black Silk & Sympathy by Deborah Challinor, HarperCollins NZ
Frontline Surgeon: New Zealand Medical Pioneer Douglas Jolly by Mark Derby, Massey University Press
Hard by the Cloud House by Peter Walker, Massey University Press
Nanny Mihi's Harvest | Te Hauhake a Nanny Mihi by Melanie Drewery; illustrated by Suzanne Simpson; translated by Kanapu Rangitauira, Oratia Books
The Last Secret Agent by Pippa, Latour and Jude Dobson, Allen & Unwin NZ
The Life of Dai by Dai Henwood, HarperCollins NZ
Pipi and Pou and the Fire Woman #6 by Tim Tipene, One Tree House
Pipi and Pou and the Waves of Destruction #5 by Tim Tipene, One Tree House
Ruru, Night Hunter by Katie Furze and illustrated by Ned Barraud), Scholastic New Zealand
Sewing Moonlight by Kyle Mewburn, Bateman Books
Sight Lines: Women and Art in Aotearoa by Kirsty Baker, Auckland University Press
Six-legged Ghosts: The Insects of Aotearoa by Lily Duval, Canterbury University Press:
Still Is by Vincent O'Sullivan, Te Herenga Waka University Press
Te Ata o Tū The Shadow of Tūmatauenga: The New Zealand Wars Collections of Te Papa by Matiu Baker, Katie Cooper, Michael Fitzgerald, and Rebecca Rice, Te Papa Press
The Raven’s Eye Runaways by Claire Mabey, Allen & Unwin NZ
Waitohu: A Journal for Making Meaning by Dr Hinemoa Elder, Penguin Random House NZ

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