Helen Taylor Pipi Kiwi
Ahea RAWA pao ai te hua? This Maori-language story is for all children eagerly awaiting a new sibling.
'Kia oho a Pipi, ka pekepeke ia?' 'E kao, Kiwi Iti, taria te wa.'
He korero ataahua mo te tatari kia puta, kia tupu te pepi hou. Ma nga tama me nga kotiro nohinohi e tatari ana kia tae mai to muri iho.
Also available in English, titled Kiwi Baby.
Helen Taylor is an award-winning children's book illustrator and an exhibiting artist with works in private collections around New Zealand and overseas. She has been illustrating books since 1992 and has been twice shortlisted for the LIANZA Children's Book Awards. In 2006, Helen won Best Picture Book in the New Zealand Post Book Awards for Children and Young Adults, with A Booming in the Night, a collaboration with writer Ben Brown. Helen has also written and illustrated a number of picture books including The Indigo Bird, Fifty-Five Feathers and the bestselling Kiwi Play with Me. In 2015 her story about birdsong, Kakapo Dance, won a Storylines Notable Picture Book Award. Helen lives in an old yellow house on a red-boned hill in the portside town of Lyttelton.
|Publisher||Penguin Group (NZ)|
|Country of Publication||New Zealand|