Staying with Nanny Mihi in the school holidays, her mokopuna (grandchildren) get up to whistle a tune to the birds. One male bellbird learns the tune but come spring he is nowhere to be heard. What has happened? A delightful tale in a new illustrative style for popular childrens character Nanny Mihi.
This title features eight sweet sleepytime tales, perfect for sharing with little ones. The text works with the illustrations to get children answering questions about what they see, so they feel involved in telling the stories. Can you see Bella in the school band, a... read more
The much-loved tale of The Town Mouse and the Country Mouse has been beautifully captured by Andy Rowland's fun, lively illustrations. Every page showcases delightful full-bled artwork, packed with charm and detail that will enthrall children aged 3+. The story has been simply retold to appeal to young readers and listeners alike.
Copy us and sing along! This beautiful boardbook contains three popular traditional rhymes... Head, Shoulders, Knees and Toes - engaging pictures show little ones (and big ones) exactly how to have fun with words and actions. Two Little Di... read more
Little Red Hen is feeling peckish and decides to make bread; she asks her friends for help but they all refuse. Will she have to do everything by herself? Engaging and beautifully illustrated, this story teaches children the importance of lending a helping hand... read more
This is a charming collection of eight endearing teddy bear stories, illustrated throughout and accompanied by a read-along CD. It includes best-loved classics such as "Goldilocks" and the "Three Bears" as well as new tales like "A Bear at Bedtime" and 'The Big Bad Bear". Eve... read more
|Author:||David Hill; Nikki Slade Robinson|
The Maori language edition of So Special. Oscar finds that having his father away a lot can be tough and he gets upset and angry, but with the help of others he learns that his father is really very special. This heart-warming story was created in colla... read more
Write on and wipe off with your own crayons and cloth! This is a writing practice book, complete with crayons and wiper-cloth, with follow-the-dot exercises for different letters and shapes on each page. Colourful characters help your child to creat... read more
|Awards:||Storylines Notable Book Award Finalist 2014.|
Barnaby might be quieter than the other pirates, but is he smarter? In this rollicking new picture book by the author of Great Galloping Galoot, he shows us that sometimes it is better to watch and listen and think than it is to shout and stomp and swagger.
This book provides a lovely, funny and highly visual introduction to everyday words for very young children, with carefully selected vocabulary and bright, appealing illustrations. It includes over 450 words and colourful pictures. It also includes 19 busy scenes to explo... read more
A well illustrated catalog of inventions and innovations that were developed in traditional Native American cultures eight categories are explored with descriptive photos and detailed text. Age: 9 - 11
An artful mixture of fantasy and reality, humor and heart, Maya Was Grumpy celebrates the power of imagination and humor to improve moods. Maya wakes up on the wrong side of the bed, tangled in her blanket, and in a crispy, cranky, grumpy, grouchy mood. She doesn't want to col... read more