Kiwi Quiz is back in stock! September 05 2019
Kiwi Quiz has landed and is back in stock. The fully revised and updated, 2019 version has finally hit our shelves, so order yours now.
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Popular Edugames bought by Papawai Media February 15 2019Papawai Media is thrilled to announce that we have bought Edugames – a fabulous family of games created in New Zealand for New Zealander’s and visitors alike. We think that the Edugames family are a perfect fit for Papawai and a natural complement for our books. We’ve even changed our name from Papawai Press to Papawai Media to reflect the addition of Edugames to our catalogue.
Amber's new book and a game! August 15 2017
Amber McEwan has been busy with a new book in production - What's Living in my Stream? Invertebrates which is hot off the press. A follow-up to her other books on New Zealand's native freshwater fauna, Invertebrates lets you in to the fascinating world of our tiniest and probably most overlooked freshwater creatures.
Freshwater invertebrates include creatures such as craneflies, caddisflies and mosquitos, who spend part of their life cycle in water. there are also have jellyfish, crabs, freshwater limpets, mussels and clams, as well as the hydra - a freshwater relative of the anemone. Many New Zealanders have never seen these creatures, know about them or even know where to look for them.
As well as the book, Amber has produced a card game - Go Whitebait! This is a great game for learning about the environments in which our native galaxiid fish - these are ones that were once whitebait - can be found. Whitebait grow into beautiful little fish that live in our lakes, rivers and streams, so Go Whitebait will help kids learn about the different habitats these fish prefer to live in.
Three FANTASTIC new children's picture books! December 12 2016
It has been a busy, busy month with the release of three beautifully illustrated children's picture books:
- Kapowai's Gold by Louise de Varga
- Flies in His Eyes by Ian Smith and Jane Thorne
- Eel Song by Amber McEwan and illustrated by Sonia Frimmel
Jane Thorne was involved with two of these books, illustrating both Kapowai's Gold and Flies in his Eyes.
Kapowai's Gold is the second in the series about Kapowai the Dragonfly and tells the story of what she finds when she goes in search of gold at the end of the rainbow. A quintessential story about what is really important in life.
Flies in His Eyes is a first time book for Ian Smith, and Jane Thorne's stunning illustrations bring to life this simple story of frustration with an annoying insect; we all know how that feels, but beware, there is a twist, and this book comes with a warning that it is only for the bravest of young children.
The third of our new releases is Amber McEwan's fourth book, Eel Song. Amber has used illustrations by Sonia Frimmel before, but this time Sonia's beautiful pictures take centre stage and tell the story of our endangered native longfin eels as eloquently as Amber's verse.
All books are in stock and can be ordered online. Click on the links in this story and add them to your cart.
From Monkey to Moth - new book by Hugh Major April 07 2016
From Monkey to Moth: an imaginal evolution
Hugh Major's second book was published and March and will be officially launched at the Takapuna Library on the 9th of April.
Where have all the whitebait gone? August 15 2014Whitebait season opened today and many whitebaiters may be asking themselves, “where have all the whitebait gone?” With predictions that it will be only an average season, it’s a very pertinent question.
The Travelling Tuna Tapestry March 20 2013Velvet's Travelling Tuna Tapestry is a taniwha-sized longfin eel made of recycled cloth constructed by over 5000 people within and beyond New Zealand. The tapestry not only depicts a velvety longfin eel, but also showcases the great diversity of wildlife found in New Zealand's water. School groups, museums, and individuals all around the country, from Kaitaia to Invercargill, added panels to the tapestry as it travelled around New Zealand from 2011 through 2013.
Notes on the Mysterium Tremendum July 15 2012
Two Kinds of Mystery, Three Kinds of Epiphany...
...Miracles and Reality
"Our journey in consciousness is too profound and multifarious to fit into one theory or be accounted for by one system of thought"
Tropical fusion cuisine just in time for summer! October 12 2011Beautifully presented with photographs from the Pacific Island of Aitutaki, the tasty recipes in Sonja's Kitchen are based on ingredients available in your garden or most supermarkets and fresh food stalls. These delectable dishes can be made in your own kitchen with very little effort and great nutritional rewards for everyone.
Focus On Healing Book Reviews April 01 2010Are you interested in an alternative approach to healing? Perhaps you have suffered a serious or long term illness and thought about exploring healing strategies alongside those in the mainstream. This user-friendly, visually attractive book will appeal to people who are open to exploring holistic approaches to healing with a focus on self-help and personal empowerment using a range of safe, natural and preferably low cost therapies.
Growing Gardeners Book Launch August 20 2008Every organic garden is a miniature ecosystem. When we learn about how nature's cycles apply to our gardens, we are able to grow fresh organic food in healthy garden ecosystems.
In magical organic gardens nature provides new lessons every day, such as how organic gardens depend on nature's cycles for everything from making soil and fixing nitrogen to pollinating plants, how organic gardens can slow climate change.
Education and whole food nutrition the answer March 12 2008With rates of childhood obesity and diabetes rising sharply and reported to be the next epidemics in this country, learning about how to care for our bodies has never been more relevant than now. Imagine knowing how your body works and what to eat to keep yourself healthy. What difference would this kind of knowledge make in your life?X
Feed Me Right Book Reviews October 01 2007Feed Me Right is a clever mix of cool and entertaining illustrations and serious information. It teaches the all-important messages of the link between the food we eat and the health of our bodies. We are stepped through the different food types, what they are needed for and what our body does with them. This book would make an excellent classroom resource.
Education not Prohibition! June 14 2007With rates of childhood obesity and diabetes rising sharply and reported to be the next epidemics in this country, learning about how to care for our bodies has never been more relevant than now. Imagine knowing how your body works and what to eat to keep yourself healthy. What difference would this kind of knowledge make in your life?
Feed Me Right Wellington Book Launch May 08 2007
Ms Kedgley held a copy of Feed Me Right throughout her talk and declared her whole-hearted support for the book, advocating that "every school and every family should have a copy."
"I believe this is the most comprehensive book on health and wellness for adolescents that we have seen," Ms Kedgley said.