A grandchild asks their grandmother what the moko kauae (traditional chin tattoo worn by Maori women), means to her.
Her reply weaves in the whole family.
(Includes educational resources and discussion ideas).
A baby kiwi and their parent engage in a game of "I love you more than..."
Can the young kiwi find the winning phrase?
(Includes colouring pages and facts about Kiwi).
Ever wonder what happened when the clock struck two?
Hickory Dickory Dock - A Counting Rhyme, takes the traditional nursery rhyme and uses it to learn counting.
Each page tells the time (one o'clock, two o'clock etc).
Also includes 'hidden' objects that rhyme with the number
(the list is included at the end).
Little Bo-Peep has lost her sheep
...but Mary has a little lamb.
Bo-Peep can't find her sheep Barnabas.
He's not in the field where she left him,
and no-one in town has seen him.
Follow Bo-Peep as she searches for her missing sheep,
and spot the extra nursery rhymes shown on each page.