|Author:||June Pitman-Hayes; Pio Terei; Māori Lyrics by Ngaere Roberts|
|Reading Level:||very good|
Kia kaha! Kia kaha! Together, standing strong. We join our hands in friendship, thats how we get along. All around our gentle land, no matter where were from ... we fill the air with laughter and our kia kaha song!
Find a friend and ... 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.
This was no ordinary day at the O.K. Corral pony day care... Join spirited little Mini Whinny as she beats bullying bad boy Bandit and gives him a truckload of trouble! Another adorable story of friendship by talented duo Stacy Gregg and Ruth Paul.
|Author:||Craig Smith; Katz Cowley (Illustrator)|
Pin the tail on the fastest-selling donkey on three legs! A new edition of the viral internet sensation and runaway #1 global bestseller featuring the funny, cumulative song about the spunky, hanky-panky cranky stinky dinky... read more
Petr Hlavacek is a photographer with a strong affection for the landscape of New Zealand¿s South Island. Based at Franz Josef in South Westland, he has built an impressive reputation for his richly coloured and beautifully composed landscapes. In South, these photographs ... read more
This is a newly-introduced mini version of the revised Andris Apse New Zealand Landscapes - a pictorial photography book which has been revised and refreshed since its first publication in 1994. The book has been produced as a quality New Zealand pictorial memento.
New Zealand: Eye on the Landscape is a new book of high-quality landscape photography aimed at the top end of the New Zealand pictorial book market. The distinguishing feature of this book is that the images used will not be the work of one photographer,but ra... read more
New Zealand: A photographic journey presents a fresh collection of world-class landscape images that have been captured across the length and breadth of New Zealand by acclaimed landscape photographers Todd and Sarah Sisson during the past decade. Like the co... read more
|Awards:||Finalist in the Elsie Locke Award for Non-Fiction in the 2020 NZ Book Awards for Children and Young Adults|
Wildbase Hospital in Palmerston North is a very special hospital for very special animals, and in this follow-up to the hugely successful How to Mend a Kea, author Janet Hunt focuses on the tales of three kiwi who have been trea... read more
Rattle your dags as fast as you can. You can't dunk me, I'm the Anzac Biscuit Man.
Award-winning author Peter Millett and acclaimed cartoonist Shaun Yeo reimagine this classic tale with a uniquely local flavour!
One day, an old couple who love baking fresh biscui... read more
A humorous and insightful picture book, the story shows kids how kiwi parents job-share the hatching of their chicks. Relative to their size, female kiwi produce one of the largest eggs in the world, and, after hatching, they are so exhausted they need to leave and... read more
For over 20 years, the words from The Little Yellow Digger have resonated in households throughout NZ. Some of the original listeners are now parents themselves, introducing their own children to this iconic Kiwi story of which they have such fond memories. Peter Gild... read more