Your Sincerely, Giraffe has been chosen in the New York Public Library Top Ten Best Books 2017!
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Cait – from Time Out Bookstore – gave us her a list of standalone mysteries. They are really clever puzzles with very satisfying endings. The Song of Seven by Tonke Dragt The Westing Game by Ellen Raskin York by Laura Ruby Clementine Loves Red by Krystyna Boglar From the Mixed Up Files of… Read more »
Our wonderful friends from The Children’s Bookshop shared with us their list of best children’s books to read to a pre-school child: Dear Zoo by Rod Campbell The Very Hungry Caterpillar by Eric Carle Where is the Green Sheep? by Mem Fox & Judy Horacek Ten Little Fingers and Ten Little Toes by Mem… Read more »
Gecko Press warmly invites you to toast the festive season with us! When: Saturday 25 November 3.00 pm to 5.00 pm: come along with your children for storytime, workshops with Juliette MacIver (from 3 yrs) & Paul Beavis (from 9 yrs), do some Christmas shopping – The Children’s Bookshop staff will give you their best advice! 7.30 pm to late: enjoy drinks (homemade Curiously Good… Read more »
Based sometimes in Wellington and sometimes in Paris, illustrator Sarah Wilkins has an international career working for some of the world’s leading publications. Sarah recently published The Longest Breakfast – A rambunctious story about the best meal of the day. RSVP here to join us for a talk about her artistic life between France and New Zealand. Koha… Read more »
Join us for a joyful launch with books, toast and honey!
What rhymes with Hippopotamus? This Bookshop Day, come and try out your best rhymes with Juliette MacIver in Christchurch.
This October we are celebrating our sometimes-scary lupine characters for Halloween.
One good dad can speak a lifetime of reading! Here are some of our Gecko Press favourites.