Out today: Blimmin’ Koro Kātahi rā, e Koro e!
by Jill Bevan-Brown, illustrated by Trish Bowles, te reo Māori translation by Māhaki Bevan-Brown.
This bilingual story honours a whānau’s love for their koro/grandpa, who has dementia.
Respected historian Matthew Wright has condensed his years of research and writing on the New Zealand Wars into this concise guide for readers of all ages.Read More
Our latest book recounds the adventurous life of one of the original Pākehā-Māori and reveals a strong Danish–NZ connectionRead More
Edited by father-and-daughterauthors Gordon Ell and Sarah Ell, First Encounters: New Zealand 1642–1840 covers nearly 200 years from Abel Tasman in 1642 and Joseph Banks in 1769, to early settlers such as John Logan Campbell in 1840 — in first-person accounts that preserve the English of the times.Read More