Songs about Tamariki:

songsMoe Mai Ra E Nga Tamariki E by Dallas Reo from the Album Rehua

songsNga Tamariki o Te Kohu by Mere Takorahi Boynton from the Album Mere Boynton & Friends: Waikohu

songsTamariki by Jo Vogels from the Album Melting Statues

songsTamariki by Jo Vogels from the Album No Laughing Matter

songsTamariki ma by Peter Stewart Sue Lewin from the Album Those Things We Do

songsTamariki Tupou [Explicit] by 2pouz Fynist from the Album Cook Island Legacy [Explicit]

songsTamure tamariki matareva by Tamure Ute from the Album Special


Books about Tamariki:

booksTamariki and the Whales by Martin Kerr (Oct 14, 2010)

booksTamariki, by Katarina Mataira (1965)

booksTamariki Maori (Research monograph - Centre for Maori Studies and Research, University of Waikato ; no. 1) by Jane Beaglehole Ritchie (1977)

booksA Maori Children's Picture Dictionary: He Pukapuka Tuhi Kupu MA Nga Tamariki by Katarina Mataira

booksNga Pakiwaitara MA Nga Tamariki 2 (Maori Edition) by Samuel Sakaria (Feb 1, 2002)


Wiki information Tamariki:

Tamariki School
School, Organization, Employer, Educational Institution

Tamariki is the oldest ‘free school’ in New Zealand and one of the oldest in the world. It was founded in 1966 by a group of parents and teachers interested in preventative mental health. It is located in the Christchurch suburb of Linwood. Its name...

Hua Tamariki
Athlete, Measured person, Person

Hua Tamariki is a New Zealand rugby union player. He plays as a Number 8 or Blindside Flanker. Tamariki represents the Southland Stags in the Air New Zealand Cup.