We’ll be at the Sustainability Trust Christmas market on Saturday 1st of December… A great opportunity to do your Christmas shopping! ??? What you can expect from the Green Christmas Market: A four-part ukelele band that is guaranteed to get you movin’ and shakin’ Coffee from the crew at Good Fortune Coffee. Every cup is 100%… Read more »
Here we are… a month before Christmas!
Need recommendations? Let’s start with a selection of books for babies and toddlers…
Gecko Press is at the Hospice Holly Trail in Havelock North (8 to 10 November)! The Hospice Holly Trail was established in 2000 by a group of philanthropic women in order to raise funds for Cranford Hospice, Hawke’s Bay. The Holly Trail is a self-drive event held in early to mid-November when gardens are at their best. Ten… Read more »
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 Library
NZ Bookshop Day is just around the corner (Saturday 27 October)! This year, your favourite booksellers have organised many events, competitions, activities and great deals all over New Zealand for you and your little ones… Here is a small selection (more info on events available here): Howl-O-Ween at Time Out Bookstore (Auckland):$5 blind date with a… Read more »
2019 will be the 250th anniversary of the visit of the H.M. Endeavour to Aotearoa New Zealand and Bishop’s book offers a fresh perspective on their journey. A large audience heard how Bishop spent several years researching for the book, which he says he really enjoyed, but was overwhelmed by the information he found. His challenge was how… Read more »
Gecko Press and Scorpio Books warmly invite you to celebrate the release of Cook’s Cook, the Cook who Cooked for Captain Cook by Gavin Bishop at Tūranga (New Central Library in Christchurch).
Need to fill up your bookshelves? We have what you need! On Saturday 13 October from 10am to 2pm, Gecko Press will be at the Alliance Française Wellington for their annual Book Fair. Gecko Press will bring a selection of children’s books translated from French to English. And of course the Alliance Française will be selling… Read more »
In her warm and engaging talk ‘The Power of Story’, Joy Cowley will draw on a lifetime’s experience of inspiring children to read.
Māori Language Week is just around the corner! We have just released Paraweta – the te reo Maori version of the much-loved Poo Bum… Indeed, we’re regularly asked for Māori editions of our books and we couldn’t resist choosing Simon. The book is very loved by children, and the language play is a joy for readers of… Read more »