The eBook resources are a set of electronic stories and articles with embedded audio. These eBooks can be used on tablets, laptops, and computers or other devices, such as a data projector.
The Level 1 books can be used for reading to/with/by students who are in Early Primary (Years 1 to 3 or Levels 1 to 3).
Tinilau and Hina
This is the traditional story of Tinilau and Hina. Kakai
The Level 2 books can be used for reading to/with/by students who are in Middle Primary (Years 4 to 6 or Levels 4 to 6).
Do You Know Me?
These fish poems, composed at Matiti School, provide clues, setting up puzzles for the reader to solve. The illustrations provide further clues. The solutions are on the inside back cover.
The Sprouting Coconut That Wouldn’t Budge
This humourous short play adapts the traditional Russian folktale “The Giant Turnip”, by Alexander Nikolayevich Afanasyev in the 1850s, to a Tokelau setting. Kakai
The Level 3 books can be used for reading to/with/by students who are in Late Primary (Year 7 to 8 or Level 7 to 8).
In 2018, a young whale shark was discovered in the lagoon at Nukunonu. The community invited Australian scientists Brad Norman and Samantha Reynolds to come to Nukunonu to help the community find out more about the whale shark. This non-fiction big book is available in both English and gagana Tokelau. Science
The Legend of Tokalalaga
This is a retelling of the traditional story of Tokalalaga. Kakai
From your toothbrush to a plastic bowl, plastic products are absolutely everywhere. It’s difficult to imagine life without these synthetic compounds. Science and technology
Blessings from the Sea
Nukunonu’s marine environment contains numerous species that we depend on for food. They are a blessing that supports us on our atoll, so we need to be cautious when it comes to the commercialisation of our exclusive economic zone. Science
The Level 4 books can be used for reading to/with/by students who are at Secondary (Years 9 to 11 or Level 9 to 11).
Lighting the Way with Solar Energy
When Tokelau decided to switch to renewable energy, people thought critically about the options. They decided that solar energy could be a cost-effective option well-suited to Tokelau’s climate. Over four thousand solar panels were installed, making Tokelau the first nation in the world to convert to 100 percent renewable energy. Technology
In this non-fiction book, the Tokelau wrestler Ilai Isopo Elekana Manū introduces students to the traditional Tokelau sport of fagatua.
Coral Bleaching and Ocean Acidification
This article explores the concepts of coral bleaching and ocean acidification. It reports on an underwater invesitgation in Nukunonu that looked into coral resilience in the lagoon and on the ocean side. The data the research team gathered established a baseline for ongoing monitoring. Science and technology
Our survival here on our atolls depends on rainwater harvesting. This article explores some of the technology that is involved. Technology