Once there was a little rabbit who could only say one thing…
In the morning his mother would say, ‘Time to get up, my little rabbit!’ He’d reply: ‘Poo bum!’At lunchtime his father would say, ‘Eat your spinach, ... read more

Paraweta (Poo Bum Te Reo Maori Edition)

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 NZ Childrens

It's night-time in the warehouse, but Pallet Jack can't sleep. Something is wrong. He discovers a fire and sets out to wake the others. Together, the forklifts get everybody out safely, and Bendy Wendy even manages to call the fire brigade!

Bendy Wendy and the Fire Truck

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 NZ Childrens

Kerikeri is kiwi country. There the flightless birds live in common places like farms, sides of roads, and pine forests. There are signs everywhere saying dogs must be on leads. When dead kiwi are found in nearby Waitangi forest, it becomes clear that someone is ignoring ... read more

Search for a Kiwi Killer

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 NZ Childrens

The 'Call For the Ambulance' Book featuring the catchy #1 Hit '111 Ambulance Song' will save lives, by empowering children with the knowledge of how to react in an emergency.
Written and sung by #1 Children's Hit Songwriter Chris Sanders, the picture book and song (CD... read more

Call for the Ambulance

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 NZ Childrens

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 collaboration with the New Zealand Defence Force and addresses the often difficu... read more

So Special

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Award winning author Peter Millett (The Anzac Puppy) and illustrator Scott Tulloch (I Am Not A Worm) add a classic Kiwi spin to some all-time favourite nursery rhymes.

Classic Rhymes for Kiwi Kids

Kiwi, our national bird, are facing a precarious battle for survival on mainland New Zealand as predators, especially cats, dogs and stoats, take their toll. Inspired however by the success of Backyard Kiwi, a kiwi recovery project that she is heavily involved... read more

It's my Egg (and you can't have it!) (PB)

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Awards:Finalist In The New Zealand Book Awards For Children And Young Adults 2016

This is the story of the great Ngati Toa chief Te Rauparaha and how he came to compose the haka 'Ka Mate, Ka Mate'. Te Rauparaha is pursued across the island by his enemies and he fears for his life. At Lake Rotoaira, he is hidden in a kumara pit, and Te Rangikoaea, a woman of great power, sits in fro... read more

Haka (English)

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Series:Maori first word books/Nga Pukapuka Kupu Tuatahi

This series of photographic, bilingual first word vocabulary books is designed for early childhood and junior level at primary school. The series allows young children to participate in both official languages of New Zealand through access to visually exciting and superbly produced resources, as well ... read more

Nga Kai Hauora/Healthy Foods (Maori First Word Books)

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 NZ Childrens

Series:Maori first word books/Nga Pukapuka Kupu Tuatahi

This series of photographic, bilingual first word vocabulary books is designed for early childhood and junior level at primary school. The series allows young children to participate in both official languages of New Zealand through access to visually exciting and superbly produced resources, as well ... read more

Nga Hua o te Whenua: The Fruits of the Land (Maori First Word Books)
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I am Ka the falcon, and I soar high over mountain crags and bush. I see much, as have my ancestors since ancient times. My ancestors say Gondwanaland broke into smaller pieces and New Zealand's outline began to take shape. We made our nests high in the hills of the Coromandel Peninsula where we watche... read more

Ka the Falcon
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 NZ Childrens

A New Zealand Nature journal will teach you how to keep a nature journal to record your amazing discoveries. Have you ever noticed that ladybirds have different numbers of spots? Or that leaves can be pointed or round, long or short, soft or hard? There is so much to explore in the natural world. And ... read more

A New Zealand Nature Journal