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Who's hiding? Expand your child's vocab with 18 cute animals that blend in to each page. Explore too the subtleties of emotion. This pukapuka will help improve your child's memory and language learning. This book is written in te reo Māori.
No matter what your size, you are perfect the way you are. Am I small? Tamia is not sure and keeps asking various animals that she meets on her journey. Eventually she finds the surprising answer. This book is written in te reo Māori.
Happy, sad, angry, lonely - sometimes it can be hard to say how we are feeling. Using a rainbow of colours and characters, this beautiful book depicts a variety of moods. This book is written in English and te reo Māori.
Join Sally, Spot's mum, on her search to find where the mischievous puppy is hiding. A lift-the-flap story. Spot is an iconic character and is a great way to teach te reo to young readers. This book is written in te reo Māori.
Hōhepa the bull has a problem. The other farm animals are too frightened of him to be his friend. Hōhepa reminds us to persevere when making friends and that friendships are worth exploring. This book is written in te reo Māori.
This book is simply ātaahua (beautiful). Gorgeous illustrations combined with simple instructional reo, this book will have you and your child using te reo so quick you'd think you've been speaking for longer. This book is written in te reo Māori.
Old MacDonald had a farm ... E-I-E-I-O! Children love to sing along to this much-loved nursery rhyme. Koro Meketānara introduces te reo Māori to an already addictive tune, making learning te reo more memorable. This book is written in te reo Māori.
Follows a hungry little caterpillar as he eats his way through a varied and very large quantity of food until he forms a cocoon around himself and goes to sleep. Grow your child's appetite for the reo. This book is written in te reo Māori.
A first word and picture book shaped just like a bag for tiny hands to carry. Great to take anywhere and grow your child's appreciation for reading and learning te reo Māori. This book is written in te reo Māori.
This black and white contrast image book helps stimulate visual and cognitive development of your pēpi (baby). This book has no text.
Explore different experiences when the holidays come around. Rāhui looks at the dynamic shift that occurs when tikanga allows us to mourn loved ones and the impact it has on our activities, and memories too. This book is written in te reo Māori.
There are many big machines and people involved in building a road. This picture book, with its rambunctious rhymes and noisy fun, follows them every step of the way, from clearing a pathway to rolling the tar. This book is written in te reo Māori.
This story follows three girls who are learning to use the poi. With easy to read language, students can also use the visual prompts to assist them as well. This book is written in te reo Māori.
Simple text introduces the Māori colours through the everyday activities of a grandmother and her grandchild. The sentence pattern "what is this" will allow your child to grow in how they express themselves. This book is written in te reo Māori.
Hinemoa has lost her ngeru (cat), Aroha, and she goes on an expedition to find Aroha. Learn simple phrasing to help grow your child's language. This book is written in te reo Māori.
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