Perfect for reluctant readers and boys from the age of 10 years, this app is an adaptation of the graphic novel, Ngarimu Te Tohu Toa. The app takes the reader through the story of how Second Lieutenant Te Moana-nui-a-Kiwa Ngarimu of 28 Mori Battalion was awarded the VC during World War Two.On 26 March 1943, two weeks before his 24th birthday, Ngarimu led an attack on Point 209, a vital hill at Tebaga Gap in Tunisia. Under intense mortar and machine gun-fire, he led the assault up the hill, personally destroying two German machine-gun posts on a crest of the hill. Despite being wounded twice during the night, he and his men defended their position from several counter-attacks. The following morning during a particularly strong counter-attack, Ngarimu was killed. Later the same day, the Germans still on Point 209 surrendered.This resource was developed in a collaboration between Government, iwi and private sector agencies, and supported by Manat Taonga - Ministry for Culture and Heritage.FEATURES* Swipe-to-Read* read-to-me and read-it-myself optionsCustomize the book:* record your narration* colour in the illustrations* paint mode has a palette, adjustable brush width, and move, zoom and undo abilitiesOther interactive features:* sound effects* background music that can be turned on and offThis digital book contains narration in these languages: Te Reo Mori and EnglishNEED HELP?Contact us: email@example.comKIWA is the worlds leading production house for experiential digital books. We partner with publishers and other content owners, using our patented technology to bring content to life in revolutionary new digital formats that deepen engagement and understanding.Check out our website: www.kiwadigital.comFind us on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/KiwaDigital
||Requires iOS 7.1 or later. Compatible with iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch.