At the Beach
By Ned Barraud & Gillian Candler. At the Beach is a delightful introduction to the natural history of the New Zealand seashore. The stage is set with beautiful, factually correct illustrations (including detailed cross-sections) of three familiar habitats—the sandy beach, rockpools and mudflats. Many of the plants and animals that play a part in these rich ecosystems are shown in situ, and readers are directed from there to pages dedicated to detailed coverage of:crabssea stars, kina and sea anemonesshellfishseaweeds, sponges and sandhoppersfish, jellyfish & shrimpsbirds
Timo and the Kingfish
By Mokena Potae Reedy. Timo sets off to catch a big fish to prove to his father and brothers that he is a real fisherman, but the adventure that he and his dog Pou have at sea is more than Timo was expecting. Timo’s fishing trip starts to unravel when he doesn’t follow the custom of throwing back the first fish caught.
Size: 210 x 270 mm, Softback
New Zealand Endangered Species
Learn about some of the Endangered Species in New Zealand! These cards are double sided, One side is a fact sheet with information about each endangered animal, the other side has clues creating a fun guessing game. This can be used as a group or individual activity. Pack also comes with extension ideas, learning outcomes, and ways you and the children can help protect our endangered animals.
Includes: 10 double sided fact cards with clues. Plus small information kit
Size: A3 SIZE
Nga Tamariki a Tangaroa
By Amanda JacksonMāori First Words is a seried of photographic – bilingual – first word vocabulary books designed for an early childhood and junior level at primary school. These series allow young children to participate in both official languages of New Zealand through access to visually exciting images as well as encouraging them to learn more about the Māori language and culture.
Size: 185 x 240mm, 12 pages, colour, paperback
Learn some of the different creatures of the sea in Tokelau with this A3 laminated wall chart
Size: A3 laminated
Under the Ocean
By Gillian Candler and Ned BarraudUnder the Ocean introduces young children to the creatures that live in the seas around New Zealand. The book describes different habitats: underwater reefs, the sea floor, the open ocean and the deep ocean. Animals featured in the fact pages include octopus and squid, sharks and rays, whales, dolphins, penguins and many others.
Sea Creatures of Aotearoa A3 Poster
Check out the different Sea life Aotearoa with our A3 poster! Makes for a visually stimulating wall display.
Includes: 1 x A3 Poster
Counting in the South Pacific
Learning to count will be fun and easy with this colourful picture book depicting scenes from the South PacificBy Jill Jaques Illustrated by Deborah Hinde
Māui and the Giant Fish Magnetic Legend
Māui won’t take no for an answer, especially when it comes to fishing! Māui takes his brothers on a fishing trip that only legends and land are made of. Each image is printed on card and laminated with a small magnet on the back. Each legend comes in a flax kete to keep everything together easily.Illustrated by Xoë Hall.
Includes: 7 laminated images for the story, each with round magnet on back, flax kete, legend
Slippery Fish Magnetic Song Puppets
Slippery Fish, Slippery Fish… A great sing-a-long that children love! Sing this infamous song using these awesome illustrations of each character turned into magnets!
Includes: 5 magnetic characters, plus song sheet