Grandpa refuses to part with his old slippers even though they’re falling apart. To his surprise, the new slippers Grandma has bought him are actually quite comfortable.
When a teacher asks the children in her class to think about what makes their families special, the answers are all different in many ways, but the same in the way that matters most.
A rambunctious story about families and the best meal of the day – breakfast.
"Come and snuggle on the couch with me and I will tell you of my greatest taonga". A lovely childrens’ story from bestselling author Melanie Drewery.
It started with a seed, and that seed was me. Over time, laughter filled my garden. A heartfelt celebration of family, community and the seasons of life, to cherish and to share.
There is a bright new star in the winter sky – Puanga, cousin to the Matariki sisters. Each year, she appears to the people of Aotearoa, signifying that winter and the Māori new year are coming.
Following a family tradition, Grandpa gives Emilia a walnut and together they plant and care for it. But as her little nut grows into a tree, Grandpa begins to slow down until one sad day Emilia has to say goodbye.
Mata was adopted into a Pakeha family and knows very little about her Māori heritage. But then one day Mata's class visits the museum. What she discovers there will change her life forever.
A visit to Te Papa launches a boy and his whānau on a magical adventure to find Pāpā after he gets lost. He's gone missing inside one of the museum's taonga, but which one? Will they find Pāpā before the museum closes?
Rona lives with her grandparents in the country. In the holidays, her relations arrive to stay. Through the love of her family, Rona learns how to be humble and truthful. A modern take on the traditional tale of Rona and the moon.
Making people laugh is what Summer does best. It's how she fits in. And is it any wonder with a family like hers? Top of the list of crazies is her stingy, possum stew-slurping grandfather.
A family boards a ship bound for New Zealand. What will they find there? Tests lie ahead – war, earthquakes, protest marches, brushes with death. And so do some thrilling discoveries.
A unique combination of mindfulness, journaling, and scrapbooking activities helping you to value the little things, cherish memories, and find calm every day.
Step into the lives of 25 loved and loathed famous faces from history and discover the intricate web of family that helped make them.
This book explores the full meaning of whakapapa and its relationship to a Māori worldview, and assists the reader to begin their own search into their genealogical history.
What does your family tree look like? Where do its roots lead? Are you related to royalty? Start your very own journey and find out with this activity-packed guide to genealogy!
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