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Written by a popular Kiwi collaboration who have written a number of award winning picture books.
Who could possibly think the wolf would be the hero of the story? That’s what happens in this version of the fairytale!
Before you become a hero, you have to figure out what a hero is. This picture book could show you how...
One of my favourite childhood picture books which combines elements of building, family and home.
Nominated for the Russell Clarke award for illustration in the 2018 NZ Book Awards for children and young adults. A lovely story.
Read about the sorts of thing Kiwi families do everyday! Appropriate for Reading steps 1 to 4.
Find out what happens at Hero School in this book for new readers. Appropriate for Reading steps 1 to 4.
Buzz and Fly are superheroes who fight dragons and pirates in this early chapter book. Appropriate for Reading steps 1 to 4.
It seems like the Harbour Bridge has been part of Auckland’s landscape forever. But many people can still remember when it was first built. Appropriate for Reading steps 5 to 6.
The Goosebumps series continues to be as popular as ever! Join Kat on her visit to Uncle Vic Frankenstein, a scientist who likes building robots. Appropriate for Reading steps 5 to 6.
Book one of the Heroes in Training series which delves into lives of the Greek Gods while they were still kids and learning how to be heroes. Appropriate for Reading steps 5 to 6.
Super smart kid inventors who encounter six adventures in a series. As they try to crack mysteries, you will also find science experiments and instructions to build your own contraptions! Appropriate for Steps 5 to 6.
Join the LEGO Batman universe and create your own story with up to thirty different endings possible as you help the superheroes track down The Joker. Appropriate for Reading steps 5 to 6.
A great new series called I, Hero. The reader is the hero in these stories and they choose where the story goes! Action packed and imaginative. Appropriate for Reading steps 5 to 6.
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