Two siblings, along with their grandmother and mother, spend a day taking in the sights at the park.
All the ways and places that wild exists in our world and where you can find it
All around us, from parks to gardens and flowerpots to pavements, there's a world of wonder just waiting to be discovered. Why not look a little closer and see what you find?
There's much to discover meandering along a New Zealand beach with small children when the tide is out. This simple bilingual counting book, with watercolour illustrations, features many treasures to encourage their curiosity.
Under the daisies and dandelion clocks, gathering forgotten odds and ends… what will the Tiny Explorers do with their magical finds? Join the Tiny Explorers on a treasure hunt through the garden!
A young girl's grandfather teaches her about challenges facing the natural world around her, as we explore a meadow, stream, heathland, fire-charred pine wood, fossil rich cliffs, rocky cove and ocean life.
The ocean is full of life, from the icy depths of the Antarctic to the tropical waters of the coral reefs. Explore the stormy seas with Seal, go fishing with Small Penguin, play hide-and-seek with Seahorse and find a new home with Hermit Crab!
To protect her mother, her falcon and herself, Rhodd, the child from the wilderness sets out to discover what - or who - is causing the village's river to dry up.
The Geeky Fab Five will be trailblazers and maybe even hug some ancient trees while they're at it as these girls take to the woods, in their signature GF5 style.
Experience the everyday wonder of nature in this first book of poetry, exploring a magical woodland. Join Bear on his journey through the year with lots of friends to meet, places to explore and things to spot along the way.
Discover the busy ecosystem of our country's seashore over a 24-hour cycle. Observe the seals and yellow-eyed penguins who come ashore to sleep; dive beneath the waves to frolic with the bottlenose dolphins and jellyfish.
Did you know that flies can help solve crimes? Spiders can be astronauts? Moths are the ultimate fashion designers? From making our food to keeping the planet clean to solving crimes, bugs hep us every day. Often without us even realising!
As the clock strikes midnight, a little girl and her sister visit animals of every shape and size, all around the world, discovering that, in some places, creatures have just started their day, where in others they're already busy hunting for food.
This book explores all areas of nature and gives readers the tools to discover even more on their own. With 40 projects to give readers a deeper understanding of the world around them, from the depths of space to their own backyard.
This book is a shout-out to Aotearoa's weird and wonderful endangered species, the lesser-known creatures that don't often make the news, but are just as important as kākāpō and kiwi. They are the precious foundation of our spectacular biodiversity.
With labelled acetate diagrams of a tree throughout the year, alongside minibeasts and animals that live in trees, this is a fantastic first look at nature for curious children everywhere.
Long before waka touched Aotearoa's shores, the land of the long white cloud was home to an array of creatures uniquely adapted to its environments and protected by its isolation. Meet New Zealand's incredible wildlife in this visual exploration.
The first book in a middle grade series for young environmental activists and nature lovers, this book offers a roadmap for change and an invitation to explore the outdoors, alongside surprising facts and hands-on STEAM activities.
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