Category: Junior CDs
Winnie-the-Pooh and all of his friends return to the Hundred Acre Wood for more classic adventures. They meet the irrepressible Tigger for the first time, learn to play Poohsticks and set a trap for a Heffalump. Milne's classic children's stories - featuring Piglet, Eeyore and, of course, Pooh himself ...Show more
Travel along the button road with Bert Williams and learn more about his life as a truck driver from the people who knew him. Bert was a real person and his story is told in wool, cotton and linen, buttons, beads and pebbles, cardboard, Dinky miniature toy trucks and Meccano. Bert was known by many diff ...Show more
Penguin presents Meg and Mog Audio Collection by Helen Nicoll and Jan Pienkowski. Join Meg and Mog on their magical adventures with all their friends in this exciting collection of twenty beloved stories. The collection is read by a lively narrator and filled with magical sound effects. A jam packed hou ...Show more
Category: CDs & Audio Books
Tama’s Flute … venturing through the forest, the birds love the sound of young Tama’s putorino. But other creatures want the flute too … Tears of the Albatross … two children dare to release a pair of albatrosses from captivity. Magic is in the air as the children save the day. Songs accompany these ...Show more
Category: Te Reo Maori Language
This book will inspire you to use more Māori language in the classroom, at home, at the beach, in the car, at the farm, in the playground, in the garden, on the farm, on the marae and while out shopping. The book includes plenty of new vocabulary words in te reo and sentence structures tobuild up your k ...Show more
NEE NAW! NEE NAW! I'm a little fire engine. NEE NAW! NEE NAW! I'm happy I'm me. Get your siren going and sing along with a FFFTTT PLOP BANG as Nee Naw, the little fire engine, saves the day.
Category: NZ Picture Books
Pukeko, Kiwi and Hoiho go for a walk through the forest. Join them as they explore, perform actions, and sing.
Category: Picture Books with CD
Regarded by some as the mother of children's publishing in New Zealand, it is fitting that Joy Cowley has penned this warm-hearted Kiwi version of a traditional lullaby, with words in both English and te reo Maori. From sheep to kowhai flowers, and from paua shells to silver ferns, this special picture ...Show more
Category: Senior CDs
Eight-year-old Barney is willing to accept that the ghost of his Great-Uncle Cole might wish to be friends with him, but his family are sceptical. However, some of his older relations admit that there does seem to be something special about the boy. Barney's sister, practical Tabitha, determines to solv ...Show more