Will the egg EVER hatch? This is a story for all children eagerly awaiting a new sibling. 'When Baby wakes up, will she hop and jump?' 'Not yet, Kiwi Iti, these things take time.' Helen Taylor's gentle text and exquisitely detailed illustrations show that growi... read more
"I can't share with sheep," said Wolf. "I . . . ah . . . have a tendency to eat them. It's in my nature." But would Lamb listen? No! He bleated on and on, determined to be Wolf's knitty-knotty new housemate . . .
Picture books - NZ
|Series:||Hairy Maclary and Friends|
Slinky Malinki Catflaps is a hilarious rhyming story by Lynley Dodd. Slinky Malinki wakes from a cosy sleep, stretches and slips out through the catflap and into the night. He's soon joined by his friends Greywacke Jones, Butterball Brown, the Poppadum kittens and the rest of the ga... read more
Whats that there, can you see? I wonder what that thing can be, in the hole beneath the tree. Its part of the Kauri Family. Join adored childrens entertainer Suzy Cato in this catchy and playful sing-along that celebrates among trees and the wonderful wildlife that is at home in the forests o... read more
A quintessentially Kiwi picture book that beautifully depicts the natural treasures that may be found in a kauri forest. Spot the kiwi, the tuatara, the weta and more even the twinkling Matariki stars above the treetops.
Inga was so hungry he could eat . . . a mammoth! His mum's recipe was simple enough for him to make himself. First, he must catch a mammoth. If only it were that easy . . .
Award-winning author and illustrator of the Little Kiwi stories, Bob Darroch shares this charming pre... read more
|Author:||Kat Merewether (Kat Quin); Pania Papa|
Picture books - NZ
Beginners Māori Language Picture Dictionary, for the Whole Family.
From the #1 bestselling and award-winning author and illustrator of the Kuwi the Kiwi series, Kat Merewether, comes a large scale, stunningly illustrated visual dictionary. Full of ... read more
Picture books - NZ
|Awards:||Winner of the 2018 NZ Children's Book Awards - The Wright Family Foundation Te Kura Pounamu Award for Te Reo Maori|
Motuhake ana nga ahua rereke o Tere Tui, o Taitu Takahe hoki: tera ka whai ki te titakataka me te koromiomio i te rangi, tera ano ka pai ake ki te ngaeheehe ki te ururua o te ngahere. Tu Meke Tui! he paki hoahoa, he paki matatoa, he paki tuhura tonu kia ahatia a tatou rerenga ketanga i roto i o tatou mauri motuhake.
This delightful story about a young boy at bedtime takes 'It wasn't me' to a whole new level. .... I've got dragons under my bed. Not just one a whole family instead. And at night, when Mum turns off the light, they make a terrible mess!. Kath Bee is an enormously popular... read more
Following Pepe & Tute, Kowhai Kids showcases the tree's lifecycle in creative non-fiction. Delightful kowhai girls and boys bounce around their individual trees, sharing life secrets and interacting with their special birds. With informational front and back pages on growing a kowhai from seed.
When old enough to fly alone, Kaiana is given a plane ticket by her family to visit her grandmother, Teiti, who lives on a Pacific Island. There, beside a beach full of creatures, her adventures begin, as does her close relationship with Teiti. It's a heart-warming story about and grandmother and granddaughter meeting for the first time.
Do you know a cat who likes to join in? See what is going on? A cat who just loves to help out? Then you will love Parker the very nosy cat, a new picture book written by David Ling
Parker can be a pest, poking his nose into everything that is going on. He&rsquo... read more