These twelve tales from the island of Niue, in both Niuean and English, give traditional Polynesian storytelling a new twist. Zora Feilo explores the ancient artform of barkcloth (hiapo), not seldom made in Niue, tattoo, and the relationship with the ocean and island itself. But, mostly the tales are about the people of Niue - their love, courage, pride and curiosity. Each story is lavishly illustrated by Niuean artist Lange Taufelila.
Tales of Niue Nukututaha was first launched in Auckland, New Zealand on 19 December 2015. Zora then held a second book launch during the 2017 Niue Arts Festival in Niue.
Fisi mo Pua mo Katuali ko e Gata Tahi / Fisi and Pua and Katuali the Sea Snake
Afi Mo Mahina - Ko E Tala Ke He Pō Mo E Aho / Afi and Mahina - The Story of Night and Day
Ko Avaiki Avaloa Mo E Tahi Fakataputapu / Avaiki Avaloa and the Forbidden Sea
Talamea Ko E Tama Fetūtahi Fifine Mo Fonu Ko E Fonu / Talamea the Starfish Girl and Fonu the Turtle
Monega - Ko E Ika Mana Lanu Moana Ha Utukō / Monega - the Magical Blue Fish of Utukō
Ko Pele Mo Niu Mo E Tau Feari He Pu Mana / Pele and Niue and the Enchanted Flute Fairies
Ko E Mahina Mo E Tau Lauulu Lanu Aulo Ha Makauli Mo Makasea / The Moon and the Golden Hair of Makauli and Makasea
Ko E Tau Tātatau Homoatu Ha Lagi, Lupo, Lio M o Lutiano / The Magnificent Tattoos of Lagi, Lupo, Lio and Lutiano
Lani - Ko E Tama Fifine Mafiti Lahi He Motu / Lani - the Fastest Girl in the Land
Kulasea Mo Tiana - Ko E Tala Mateloto Fakalofa A Niue / Kulasea and Tiana - A Niue Love Story
Makalita Mo E Atua Fifine Afi / Makalita and the Fire Goddess
Sina, Sialei Mo Sala, Mo E Hiapo He Tau Miti / Sina, Sialei and Sala, and the Hiapo of Dreams