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  1. The Gobbledegook Book

    by Joy Cowley

    Joy Cowley’s wordplay and humour shine in this landmark collection of stories, rhymes, nonsense and poems. The Gobbledegook Book collects favourites like ‘Faster Faster’ and less-known treasures alongside the much-loved classics ‘Greedy Cat’ and ‘Nicketty-Nacketty Noo-Noo-Noo’.
    $39.00 Each
  2. Encyclopedia Of Grannies

    by Eric Veille

    Why do grannies always tell us to speak up? Why do they have creases on their faces? Are grannies flexible? How do you cheer up a sad granny? How old are grannies, actually?
    $29.00 Each

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  3. Colour your own cards and envelopes with these beautiful designs inspired by beautiful, historical objects.
    $18.00 Each

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  4. Create your own cards and envelopes with this innovative and original colouring book with 24 unique card and envelope designs plus a sheet of colourful stickers.
    $16.00 Each
  5. Colour your own cards and envelopes with these magical designs featuring rainbows, unicorns and much more!
    $18.00 Each
  6. Poo Bum

    by Stephanie Blake

    The little rabbit is loved by his family, even though whenever they ask him a question, he answers very rudely. Every morning when his mother said, Time to get up, my little rabbit, he would reply, Poo bum!
    $18.00 Each
  7. Guess How Much I Love You

    by Sam McBratney

    This gorgeous picture book has become a modern classic. The story of Little Nutbrown Hare and Big Nutbrown Hare trying to express how much they love each other is one which has captivated adults and children the world over
    $18.00 Each
  8. The Noisy Book

    by Soledad Bravi

    With over 100 pages, The Noisy Book is a unique boardbook is full of bright, bold illustrations and lots of noises to make. It’s perfect to share with a baby or toddler.
    $24.00 Each
  9. How Do You Make A Baby?

    by Anna Fiske

    In How to Make a Baby Anna Fiske answers the questions all children are curious about: How does a baby get into the mother’s stomach? Who can make a baby, and how is it actually done? With comic illustrations and a playful tone, this is a funny and factual book about an eternally relevant topic, giving parents and children a starting point for discussion.
    $32.00 Each
  10. Egg & Spoon

    by Alexandra Tylee

    A scrumptious collection for anyone who loves good healthy food— and an occasional indulgence. Here are after-school snacks, breakfast on a stick, cakes, slices and dinners. Egg and Spoon is for children learning to cook independently and families to enjoy cooking together. Much of the food is naturally gluten-free or vegan.
    $39.00 Each
  11. The Nature Activity Book

    by Rachel Haydon

    A must-have natural science activity book for young New Zealanders and their families. From experiments and observation to conservation and mindfulness, this appealing, activity-packed book stimulates curious minds and encourages children to relate to the natural world around them. Written by an expert museum educator, its beautifully illustrated pages develop budding research skills, awareness of the environment, and understanding of the natural world.
    $34.00 Each
  12. Meet Jacinda Ardern, the Prime Minister of New Zealand, who hopes the things she's done will help everyone, especially children, to believe that they can do great things too.
    $24.00 Each

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