Mary Walker reviews one British and three Kiwi non-fiction books for children of various ages and finds that, generally, they're being done well. Here are

Mary Walker reviews one British and three Kiwi non-fiction books for children of various ages and finds that, generally, they're being done well. Here are

Gillian Candler argues for more recognition of the importance of New Zealand non-fiction books for children, while at the same time wishing there was another t

Gillian Candler argues for more recognition of the importance of New Zealand non-fiction books for children, while at the same time wishing there was another t

Gillian Candler interviewed by Porirua Children's Librarian

Gillian Candler interviewed by Porirua Children's Librarian

Whose Feet are These? by Gillian Candler, illustrated by Fraser Williamson

Whose Feet are These? by Gillian Candler, illustrated by Fraser Williamson

Thanks Doug from Whitcoulls! #exploreanddiscoverseries #nonfictionforkids #booksforchildren #nedbarraud #whitcoullsnz #nzwildlife #nzkidsbooks #nzbooksforchildren #bookshopreviews #bookshop

Thanks Doug from Whitcoulls! #exploreanddiscoverseries #nonfictionforkids #booksforchildren #nedbarraud #whitcoullsnz #nzwildlife #nzkidsbooks #nzbooksforchildren #bookshopreviews #bookshop

Review of all my books at BigLittleBooks

Review of all my books at BigLittleBooks

Auckland Libraries Staff Picks: Whose beak is this? by Gillian Candler

Auckland Libraries Staff Picks: Whose beak is this? by Gillian Candler

From Moa to Dinosaurs is number five of the ‘explore & discover’ series from Potton & Burton Publishers and a little gem. Children and adults would enjoy the clear illustrations and concise text which conveys such interesting facts about New Zealand’s ancient history. Did you know that we once had several species of Moa; or …

From Moa to Dinosaurs is number five of the ‘explore & discover’ series from Potton & Burton Publishers and a little gem. Children and adults would enjoy the clear illustrations and concise text which conveys such interesting facts about New Zealand’s ancient history. Did you know that we once had several species of Moa; or …

Review of From Moa to Dinosaur

From Moa to Dinosaurs. Explore & discover ancient New Zealand by Gillian Candler & Ned Barraud

Review of From Moa to Dinosaur

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