Māui sits and listens to his grandfather, Tamanui-ki-te-rangi, tell him pūrākau (traditional stories). Often the kaumātua (elders) of a community would spend time with their mokopuna (grandchildren) passing down traditions.
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Reference: Peter Gossage, How Maui found his mother. Auckland: Raupo Publishing, 2005.
Artwork by Peter Gossage
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