Animal Alphabet Cards
Alphabet Animal Friends flash cards by Hide and Peek. These cards are a fun and interactive way for your little one to learn the alphabet. The pack comes with an eco-friendly drawstring bag.
Around The World Map
A great map for hanging straight onto the wall. Ideal as a first map for young children. Teach your child about the world with this fun and colourful world map. Use as an educational tool, as room decor or as a game of eye-spy!Over 70 illustrated animals from around the world. People from around the world in traditional dress too.Printed on thick 350gsm paper and then laminated so its super tough.841mm x 594mm (A1)
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
Farm Life of Aotearoa A3 Poster
Check out the different farm life of Aotearoa with our A3 poster!
Includes: 1 x A3 Poster
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
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.
Watch Out, Snail!
This gorgeously illustrated follow-up to Fantail’s Quilt showcases the beautiful native Powelliphanta snail on its perilous night-time hunt. A little-known New Zealand creature, the Powelliphanta is not at all like your average garden snail. It is huge, handsome and carnivorous! The Powelliphanta hunting down its next meal is an epic battle on a tiny scale. Also available as te reo Māori edition.
Size: Paperback, 262 x 240mm
From Moa to Dinosaurs – Explore and discover ancient NZ
From Moa to Dinosaurs – Explore and discover ancient NZ by Gillian Candler & Ned Barraud. Go back in time to explore ancient forests, lakes and the seas around Zealandia, and discover unique survivors and long-extinct animals that once made this land their home:Dinosaurs of Gondwana and ZealandiaGiant penguins and shark-toothed dolphinsCrocodilian and turtle inhabitants of ancient lakesMoa, adzebill and other extinct birdsTuatara, wētā and bird survivorsThis beautifully illustrated and highly informative book is aimed at children from pre-schoolers up and anyone curious about New Zealand’s ancient past and the animals that have lived here.
Size: 230 x 210 mm Paperback
In the Bush
In the Bush – Explore and discover New Zealand’s Native Forests by Ned Barraud & Gillian Candler. n the Bush is the fourth title in the popular and award-winning ‘explore & discover’ series. The successful author and illustrator combination of Gillian Candler and Ned Barraud, turn their attention to the New Zealand bush and its iconic animals and plants. Young readers will be fascinated to learn more about familiar creatures as well as discover other intriguing plants and animals and see how they relate to each other in the forest ecosystem. Learn about pests and other dangers to our native wildlife and catch a glimpse of animals and plants that thrive in wildlife sanctuaries.
Size: 230 x 210 mm Paperback
Whose Beak Is This?
Written by Gillian Candler & Illustrated by Fraser Williamson. Can you recognise a bird by its beak? From kiwi and tui to the less well-known wrybill and spoonbill, the beaks of New Zealand’s native birds come in all different shapes and sizes. Children will have fun guessing which bird they’ll see when they turn each page. They will also find out what’s special about each bird’s beak.