Mophead tu : the Queen's poem / by Selina Tusitala Marsh.

By: Marsh, Selina Tusitala [author,, illustrator.]Material type: TextTextPublisher: Auckland, New Zealand : Auckland University Press, 2020Copyright date: ©2020Description: 1 volume (unpaged) ; colour illustrations ; 25 cmContent type: text | still image Media type: unmediated Carrier type: volumeISBN: 9781869409449; 1869409442Other title: Mophead 2 | Mophead twoSubject(s): Marsh, Selina Tusitala -- Children's nonfiction | Poets, New Zealand -- Biography -- Children's nonfiction | Pacific Islanders -- New Zealand -- Biography -- Children's nonfiction | Poetry -- Authorship -- Children's nonfiction | Ethics -- Children's nonfictionDDC classification: NZ821.3 Summary: "Selina is invited to perform for the Queen at Westminster Abbey. But when a colleague calls her a 'sellout', Selina starts doubting herself. Can she stand with her people who struggled against the Queen ... and still serve the Queen? From the sinking islands in the South Seas to the smoggy streets of London, this is a hilariously thought-provoking take on colonial histories and one poet's journey to bridge the divide."--Back cover.
List(s) this item appears in: Hāwera Reading Vine | Hāwera Reading Vine - New Zealand Award Winners | NZ Book Awards for Children & Young Adults 2021
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Includes on the front endpapers the text of the poem 'Unity', written by the author for the Commonwealth Day Reception 2016 .

"Selina is invited to perform for the Queen at Westminster Abbey. But when a colleague calls her a 'sellout', Selina starts doubting herself. Can she stand with her people who struggled against the Queen ... and still serve the Queen? From the sinking islands in the South Seas to the smoggy streets of London, this is a hilariously thought-provoking take on colonial histories and one poet's journey to bridge the divide."--Back cover.

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