Pipi Mā- Titoki
Titoki is only 3 years old and is best friends with Pipi! She is generally shy and reserved. She likes to follow what everyone else in the group is doing, but doesn’t like to take the lead. Her favourite shirt is her ara poutama shirt. It was given to her by her best friend Pipi!
Pipi Mā is the world’s first 100% Māori speaking dolls for children. Created right here in Aotearoa, New Zealand by a Māori speaking family . The three loveable dolls are Pipi, Hura, and Tītoki and they are on a mission to take the Māori language and its culture to a whole new level of COOL!
Coming in at a very cute 15cm the Pipi Mā dolls teach users basic Mihi (greetings, farewells, thank you etc) in the Māori language! The Mihi Range is also taking the Māori language to the world with a multilingual swing-tag translating each doll’s dialogue into Chinese, Japanese, German, Hawaiian and English.
IMPORTANT: The Mihi Range uses a cell battery and has been sewn shut. Batteries cannot be replaced.
Customers can also purchase this product instore at the Wellington Museum.