In the third in as many years of his biographical titles for children, in Sky High Jean Batten’s Incredible Flying Adventures, well-known New Zealand Author, David Hill, has taken on the task of bringing our ‘Hine-o-te-Rangi’ or ‘Daughter of the Skies’, Jean Batten, to life. Following the format of Hill and Morris’ previous two titles–… Read More

Designer Kerith McKenzie has launched an innovative, ethical, organic children’s clothing range, OKI for All, and has given an OKI Chest Print Tee to NZ Booklovers, for one lucky person to win! Made of 100% organic cotton, the OKI Chest Print Tee is super comfortable. With an oversized fit, drop shoulder seam and signature split stepped back hem… Read More

The world's most famous caterpillar is back. This gorgeous little book is the perfect way to let the person you call 'Dad' know just how much he means to you. Released right on time for Father's Day, the Very Hungry Caterpillar spreads a little message of love, perfect for every father figure. The cute little… Read More

Phil Gifford is one of New Zealand’s most respected and experienced sports journalists. He has more than 20 sports books to his credit and at various stages of his career was a genuine multi-media personality. He has worked in newspapers, magazines, radio (where he became one of New Zealand’s most recognisable voices) and television. This… Read More

Pachinko begins in Korean in 1911, when Koreans lived under Japanese rule. The novel starts with a humble fisherman and his wife, raising the last of their surviving sons. Hoonie who is quiet with a cleft lip, is not considered the best catch, but his family name is good, and while they are not wealthy… Read More