Picture books - NZ
|Awards:||Finalist: New Zealand Book Awards for Children and Young Adults 2015|
On her first venture out of the nest, Little Hoiho admires the other birds around her and tries desperately to imitate them - with unfortunate results. But when she accidentally trips and falls into the water, she discovers that she is no longer awkward and clumsy - she is graceful and agile!
Tired of boring and drab Maori language learning books? THIS book is bursting with vivid, entertaining illustrations by Stephen Cartwright that will attract even beginner adult learners.
The book includes verbs, adjectives, opposites, numbers, colours, shapes, and ... read more
Te Reo Maori
|Awards:||Winner of New Zealand Children's Book Foundation's Gaelyn Gordon Award for a Much-Loved Book 2000.|
Grandpa's slipers are falling to bits but he likes them too much to replace them.
Te Reo Maori
Another tale from the home of Grandpa and his ever-patient wife. This time, the family cat is missing. Grandma insists that the cat will turn up but Grandpa is determined to find his precious moggy and searches house and garden before discovering the cat high up a tree. How ever will he get it down?
In this beautiful, evocative text, Isaac does his best to explain colour to his blind friend Luke using sensation and touch.
This bright and entertaining book provides a wealth of vocabulary-building opportunities for beginner learners of Mâori.
Stephen Cartwright's delightful pictures encourage direct association of the Mâori word with the object, which will assist towar... read more