Emily the Kiwi Plays the Ukulele. "Everyone knows that kiwi birds always sleep in the day – all except Emily the Kiwi, who loves to play here ukulele.” A story about the joy of music, and sharing. Also featuring Annie the Granny, Louie the Tui, Molly Morepork, Abigail Fantail, and others. A rhyming picture book by award winning New Zealand author Janet Martin with illustrations by Ivar Treskon. Made in New Zealand for ages 2-6.  See more at www.entirelynz.co.nz/gifts

Emily the Kiwi Plays the Ukulele. "Everyone knows that kiwi birds always sleep in the day – all except Emily the Kiwi, who loves to play here ukulele.” A story about the joy of music, and sharing. Also featuring Annie the Granny, Louie the Tui, Molly Morepork, Abigail Fantail, and others. A rhyming picture book by award winning New Zealand author Janet Martin with illustrations by Ivar Treskon. Made in New Zealand for ages 2-6. See more at www.entirelynz.co.nz/gifts

The Wonky Donkey- a hilarious children's book from Kiwi author Craig Smith

The Wonky Donkey, by Craig Smith

The Wonky Donkey- a hilarious children's book from Kiwi author Craig Smith

By Gavin Bishop: Part 1 of a trilogy of Maori myths and legends, Taming the Sun contains four stories, including two well-known legends ( Maui And The Sun and Maui And The Big Fish) and two less well-known legends (Rona And The Moon and Kahu The Taniwha). Aimed at children with reading ages 3-7 years, these myths are simply and yet elegantly written.

By Gavin Bishop: Part 1 of a trilogy of Maori myths and legends, Taming the Sun contains four stories, including two well-known legends ( Maui And The Sun and Maui And The Big Fish) and two less well-known legends (Rona And The Moon and Kahu The Taniwha). Aimed at children with reading ages 3-7 years, these myths are simply and yet elegantly written.

The Last of Maui’s Dolphins written by Maria Gill and illustrated by Bruce Potter, is a short storybook about the plight of the Maui’s dolphins and it includes some information about some of the threats to the species.  Review on www.kiwifamilies.co.nz

The Last of Maui’s Dolphins written by Maria Gill and illustrated by Bruce Potter, is a short storybook about the plight of the Maui’s dolphins and it includes some information about some of the threats to the species. Review on www.kiwifamilies.co.nz

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