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Spot the playful native birds of Aotearoa! Racing birds, splashing birds, safari birds and party birds. Be a bird spotter! Count the cheeky New Zealand birds and creatures in this fun book.
Once upon a time a little old man, a little old woman, a small boy and a small girl went to spend the day by the river. The little old man wanted to catch a big fish and soon there was a tug-tug-tug on his line…
Spend the day with Crane Guy and see how many things you can spy from up high in his crane. This superb rhyming picture book by acclaimed author Sally Sutton and illustrator Sarah Wilkins makes a very fun game of learning letters and their sounds.
Iggy can't seem to take off his party costume, and his parents don't seem to notice that he has turned into a boogie monster! But that's not the weirdest part…
The A&P Show turns to chaos when a bull breaks out of his pen. Everyone dives for cover... but not Granny McFlitter. She has a plan to capture the bull with her knitting needles!
Driven mad by lockdown, a West Auckland ram makes a desperate dash for freedom. He gallops dozens of miles, gathering a large following on Facebook as his owner scrambles to find him.
A heartfelt exploration of the unconditional love between a child and their grandparent. A book to help children understand grief.
Count to ten in English and Chinese with the help of classic dim sum dishes served at yum cha. A fun way to learn Chinese numerals and how to say your favourite dim sum dishes in Cantonese.
From glittering galaxies to busy city streets, this stunning picture book takes you on a tour around the Universe. It's a starlit journey through space that will lead you to a wonderful planet brimming with all kinds of life – including yours.
A moving graphic memoir of growing up Pasifika in New Zealand. Selina is ridiculed for her big, frizzy hair. Kids call her 'mophead'. She ties her hair up and tries to fit in. Then, one day, she decides to embrace what makes her different.
Sometimes my cat appears to stare, at something more than just thin air. It's recently become clear to me, she's watching something I can't see.' What on earth is causing the cat to zoom, skitter and kung-fu kick the air? Could it be a ghost?
A story about having the blues, in the form of a big heavy elephant. Warm, empathetic, hopeful and often funny, My Elephant is Blue is the perfect story to help children understand the experience of living under the weight of a big sadness.
Rona Moon gets angry with everyone - her brother, her nana and papa, and then one night she calls the moon stupid! Next minute she finds herself up on the moon, meeting her ancestor Whaea Rona.
Toni the Pony was exhausted. Week after week, Toni travelled from party to party and fair to fair, plodding in circles. That was up until Sammy and her dad met Toni…
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