Kids Aged 0-3

Mr Panda is happy to help his friends prepare for a special surprise, so long as they remember to use their manners. The delightful Mr Panda, Lemur and a bunch of new friends are back for a third hilarious story about the importance of good manners. Steve Antony, who is both author and illustrator, has had a… 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

Bobo the chimp is back in this adorable picture book for every little monkey that doesn't want to go to bed yet. The sun is still up but little Bobo wants to play with his jungle friends. Sneaking out of his treetop house, Bobo goes out to play, but soon finds himself lost in the dark… Read More

This delightful picture book asks the question, ‘What makes mums so special?’ And it turns out that there are many, everyday things that make mothers special, and I’m sure families will respond well to the story and charming illustrations that depict a variety of family situations that are relatable and gently humorous. One of my… Read More

What do you do when you've forgotten where you've left something? Hare is in a bit of a bother. He had a great idea but now he has lost it. Fantail, Tomtit and the rest of the forest creatures try to help. But nothing works, until Hare has another idea. Author Deborah Hinde has illustrated… Read More

When Santa came to stay by Timothy Knapman tells the tale of what happens when Santa’s house explodes with the pressure of all the toys. He comes and stays with an ordinary family on Christmas Eve. Much good-hearted mess and mayhem occurs, making Mum and Dad very nervous about the state of their house, before… Read More

As one of New Zealand’s most prolific children’s authors, it is fitting that Joy Cowley’s latest book is Hush: A Kiwi Lullaby, a Kiwi version of the classic “Daddy’s going to buy you a mocking bird” traditional lullaby. But Cowley’s lyrics are a twist on the classic, and the book contains the words both in… Read More

It’s great to see well-known New  Zealand illustrator Donovan Bixley turn his hand to bilingual Te Reo/English board books for young readers. Bright and bold, My first board book: Colours and My first board book: Animals are the first in the series of a planned four titles. With the growing use of Maori in early… Read More

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