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Buy 3 books on our website and get a free Poo Bum tote bag!

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Christmas Picks Gift Books for all Ages

Here are our picks for gift books for all ages. 

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Christmas Picks Chapter Books & Novels

After the picks for Babies and Toddlers & the one for Preschoolers, here is a selection of chapter books & novels

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Christmas Picks for Preschoolers

After the Christmas picks for Babies and Toddlers, here is a selection of books for preschoolers!

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Christmas Picks for Babies & Toddlers

Need recommendations? Let’s start with a selection of books for babies and toddlers…

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Yours Sincerely Giraffe- New York Public Library Top 10

Your Sincerely, Giraffe has been chosen in the New York Public Library Top Ten Best Books 2017!

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Events

Halloween Storytime – Wolfy by Grégoire Solotareff

There was once a rabbit who’d never seen a wolf and a wolf who’d never seen a rabbit… Come along and join in our special storytime to celebrate Halloween on Saturday 4 November at 10am! Our friends from Gecko Press will be sharing the story of Wolfy, a masterful picture book by Grégoire Solotareff. Children… Read more »

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Gecko Press wins 2017 NZ Publisher of the Year

A win, good company, and a thriving book scene at the 2017 Book Industry Awards!

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An award-winning Hippopotamus!

That’s Not A Hippopotamus wins Best Picture Book at the 2017 New Zealand Book Awards for Children and Young Adults.

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Recommended Reads

The Guardian’s best new picture books

My Pictures after the Storm is in good company in this Guardian roundup of the best new picture books and novels for children. Sitting next to a bespectacled mole, a mermaid and a love song to the planet, this book is described as “Clever, playful, with a mordant edge, this is sophisticated silliness in warm shades… Read more »

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To open the oversize pages of “Timeline: A Visual History of Our World” is to invite mild feelings of stress: As much as you want to pore over each busy historical tableau... you may want to rush forward to see what comes next...

Wall Street Journal

One message shines from the Gecko list: children deserve quality.

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