Feel A Little is a colourful, character-filled book about big feelings for little ones. It features poems by Jenny Palmer, illustrated by Evie Kemp, in their first ever collaboration. In partnership with Little Love (a brand new imprint of Mary Egan Publishing) this heartfelt project will be published as a bright and beautiful hardback book.
From bestselling and award-winning author and illustrator of the Kuwi the KiwiTM series. A ridiculously cute and funny story about uniqueness. Gorgeous illustrations and writing, help children to understand their emotions and open a light-hearted dialogue about diversity.
100 Piece 34cm x 48cm (put together) Approx ages 5+ Matte Laminated surface ECO FRIENDLY Made from 100% recycled board This illustration is from bestselling and award-winning Kuwi the Kiwi series of books, written by Kat Merewether (Design on Q + Illustrated Publishing)
24 Large Pieces 48cm x 68cm (put together) Ages 3+ Matte laminated surface ECO FRIENDLY Made from 100% recycled board This illustration is from bestselling and award-winning Kuwi the Kiwi series of books, written by Kat Merewether (Design on Q + Illustrated Publishing)
Eco-Friendly Bamboo Fibre 5 Piece Dinner Set Comes with a sectioned dinner plate, spoon and fork, bowl and cup. New Zealand Native bird and critter illustrations from the Kuwi the Kiwi series books. – BPA Free – Food Safe – Dishwasher Safe – Made from ethically sourced Bamboo Fibre – Biodegradable We are proud thatRead More
Find out how Kuwi the Kiwi looks after her newly laid egg. She knits a scarf, sings a waiata and takes it out to play but Egg doesn’t seem too impressed. When the egg begins to crack Kuwi thinks she has not done a very good job – what can she do? Read this delightfulRead More
Kuwi the Kiwi decides to take Chick on his first huhu hunt. They could make huhu hangi, huhu hummus and huhu BBQ…Kuwi is an endangered brown kiwi and a new mum with a very fussy chick. Will she ever find Chick any huhu to eat? A superb book from a well known author and illustratorRead More
From #1 Bestselling Author and Illustrator of the Kuwi the Kiwi(TM) series, Kat Merewether. Following on from the hugely popular ‘Kuwi’s First Egg’ and ‘Kuwi’s Huhu Hunt’ books.With the soft jingle of bells, a mysterious gift falls from the sky. It is a shimmering red ball. Kuwi knows exactly what it is. A veryshiny bum.Read More
Kuwi’s Kitchen (Kiwi Kids’ Cookbook) 250 x 240mm 60 pages Matte Laminated Soft cover Stitch Perfect bound. Kuwi’s Kitchen is filled with easy-to-make recipes, a creative way to encourage kids to make their own simple meals and fun, well-balanced healthy lunches. Written and Illustrated by Kat Merewether Illustrated Publishing
Kat Merewether’s passion for all things illustration is apparent throughout her works to date. Gaining inspiration and receiving critique from her three sparkling offspring, her honest accounts from a bird’s eye view are endearing to readers of all ages.She is quintessentially Kiwi, which erupts through her quirky artwork and creative writing. Kat also acts asRead More
Kiwis have been sipping their corner diary milkshakes from paper versions of these cups since 1968 – our plastic ones are the same size, but made of tough plastic so you can enjoy your Longest Drink In Town for longer! Friends and family will love this iconic cup set. Perfect for that housewarming, birthday orRead More
Science shows that baby’s eyes are drawn to strong contrasting colours. This black and white book with solid, friendly graphics is designed especially for newborns and infants. Kiwi are a very special and rare nocturnal bird, native to New Zealand. The perfect character to juxtapose the erratic sleep patterns of a newborn baby. * FromRead More
This product is a humorous 90 page, A5 size dictionary of colloquial Kiwi lingo. The content varies from serious to comical yet all are honest words that exist in our everyday dialect. It is strongly recommended for a mature audience due to the content and descriptions but most importantly, a sense of humour is critical.Read More
Tere the Tui and Taitu the Takahe are two very different sorts of birds: one loves to flit and twirl about in the sky, while the other prefers to rustle around in the undergrowth. Tu Meke Tui is a story of friendship, courage and discovering that sometimes it’s our differences which make us truly special.Read More