Invented by clever Kiwi mum, Alana,Â Mud Mates Childrenâ€™s Craft aprons are designed to protect your childrenâ€™s clothes, keeping them clean through all sorts of messy play. If you’ve ever had a child who loves painting, you will know the value of a great great apron – and this is a goodie. You just pop itÂ onÂ straight over whatever your childÂ is wearing and then you can just whip it off when you’re done. Straight into the washing machine and no paint on your child’s clothes.
I’ve already read “We were liars” by E Lockhart which I really enjoyed so I started reading the disreputable history with a lot of expectation. And I wasn’t disappointed, it is beautifully written and totally engaging. Despite being teen fiction (and me not being a teen) I enjoyed it.
A follow up to “Rosie to the Rescue“, Rosie’s Radical Rescue Ride is another DairyNZ book to educate children on the workings of dairy farms. Filled with familiar NZ scenes, this is the tale of Rosie saving the day once again – this time by helping out with the hay that needs to be baled quickly despite the fact that the tractor has broken down.
Set your spirit of adventure free with this lavishly illustrated trip around the world. Explore seven continent maps, packed with hundred of activities and challenges to inspire armchair travellers of any age. Whether you’re visiting the penguins of Antarctica, joining the Carnival in Brazil or a canoe safari down the Zambezi River, this book brings together epic adventures from the remotest corners of the globe and discoveries to made on your own doorstep. Follow one boy and one girl as they travel to over 30 destinations and discover hundreds of things to spot and facts to learn on every page.
Inner Fire is Rachel Stedmanâ€™s second novel. It is about a teenage girl Corinne who, in addition to all the normal challenges of adolescence, canâ€™t get angry! When she does things and people around her catch fire. After one particularly nasty incident her grandmother comes to take her away and train her about her abilities.
We were looking for a trampoline for our family, something that was safe, well made and would last for a long time. After some great research, based on what we wanted, we singled the list down to the Springfree brand.
Kate Atkinson’s Life After Life explored the possibility of infinite chances, as Ursula Todd lived through the turbulent events of the last century again and again.
In A God in Ruins, Atkinson turns her focus on Ursula’s beloved younger brother Teddy â€“ would-be poet, RAF bomber pilot, husband and father â€“ as he navigates the perils and progress of the 20th century. For all Teddy endures in battle, his greatest challenge will be to face living in a future he never expected to have.
Cheeky elves Filly and Pilly have fallen on hard times after shooting wrapped on The Hobbit. Lucky for them, Gordon the cobbler is looking for some help in turning his sensible shoe shop into a fancy footwear emporium. For fantastic school holiday fun, check out Kidz Stuff Theatre production of The Elves and the Shoemaker.