Stories of the Night – The New York Times
Stories of thew Night has been chosen by The New York Times ‘Nighttime Picture Books to Put Children to Bed’ List. Congratulations Kitty Crowther!Read more
The Visitor | 2018 New York Times/New York Public Library Best Illustrated Children’s Books
We are excited to announce that The Visitor has been named a Best Illustrated Book of the Year by The New York Times/The New York Public LibraryRead more
Gavin Bishop launched Cook’s Cook in Christchurch
Gavin Bishop, along with Gecko Press and Scorpio Books, launched his latest book at Tūranga, Cook’s Cook: The Cook who Cooked for Captain Cook.Read more
Karena Kelly reads aloud “Paraweta” at Porirua Library
We had a tino pai time celebrating Maori Language Week with ‘Paraweta‘ translator Karena Kelly and her enthusiastic little helper…Read more
The Most Astonishingly Unconventional Children’s Books of 2018
The Most Astonishingly Unconventional Children’s Books of 2018 by The School Library Journal. One of them is Inside the Villains by Clotilde Perrin.Read more
Celebrate Children’s Books in Wellington
Unity Books Wellington welcomes you to hear publishers of titles shortlisted for the New Zealand Book Awards for Children and Young Adults discuss what they like about each other’s books.Read more
You know when a story is so good you literally forget your surroundings and are quickly enveloped in its telling. The Ice Sea Pirates is such a book and at times I didn't want to leave...
I love Gecko Press … This is a shameless endorsement.
In typical Gecko Press fashion, Impossible inventions is physically lovely, with paper you want to smush your cheeks against and colours you want to eat”
One message shines from the Gecko list: children deserve quality.
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