400 photos. 280 pages. 38 stories. One city. The Residents: Made in Wellington shares 38 inspiring stories about how people – some prominent, some unsung heroes – have been shaped by life in the capital.
Tu Meke Tui is a children’s book written by Malcolm Clarke and illustrated by stencil artist Hayley King, also known as Flox. It is a story of friendship, courage and discovering that sometimes it’s our differences which make us truly special.
NZ’s pre-eminent landscape photographer Craig Potton has selected 91 images from journeys around (and over) the islands and combined them into New Zealand North and South, capturing the essence of New Zealand’s natural and cultural landscape.
Build Your Own Cable Car Book by Delphine Hirasuna For anyone who’s dreamed of hopping aboard a little cable car that strives for the sky, this is just the ticket. This Build Your Own Cable Car book, includes two punch-out cable car models. One model is fully illustrated and the other is prime for coloring in!The book […]
Aotearoa: The New Zealand Story by Gavin Bishop starts over a thousand years ago. The wind, sea currents and stars brought people to the islands that became known as Aotearoa, the land of the long white cloud.
New Zealand by Rob Suisted is a tribute to the quality and depth of his landscape photography. This book is a collection of his best work that reflects a lifetime of interest in the remarkable diversity of the New Zealand landscape.
Early in the morning, just before dawn, the first sweet sounds of singing birds floated through the quiet forest.You will find, The Little Kiwi and the Noisy Morning book is about Little Kiwi and Little Sister as they take a walk through the bush. Lift the flaps to help them find all the birds that make the dawn chorus.
It’s time for Little Kiwi to go to bed but where is he? Join his mum on a search through the New Zealand bush as she tries to track him down. Time for Bed Little Kiwi is a new adventure in our popular Little Kiwi series of story books. This one is a lift the flap book!
Condensed from Andrew Crowe’s popular Which New Zealand Bird?, this mini guide has been designed to fit into a pocket, day pack or bag. Full of essential information for quick and accurate identification of land birds, this classic mini guide is appealing and easy to use.