By Cowley, JoyIllustrated by Burdan, AndrewTranslated by Roberts, Ngaere
Regarded by some as the mother of children's publishing in New Zealand, it is fitting that Joy Cowley has penned this warm-hearted Kiwi version of a traditional lullaby, with words in both English and te reo Maori. From sheep to kowhai flowers, and from paua shells to silver fern...s, this special picture book will be a treasured addition to any home library. Stunningly illustrated by Andrew Burdan with pictures that could easily grace the walls of any art-lover's home.Read more
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Joy Cowley is a prolific, widely published and much celebrated writer of fiction for adults and children. She began her career writing short stories and novels, followed by children's literature. Joy has written a remarkable range of children's books and stories, often illustrated by renowned artists. In 2005 Joy Cowley was made a Distinguished Companion of the New Zealand Order of Merit for services to children's literature. She lives in the small town of Featherston in the Wairarapa. Andrew Burdan is a self taught Wellington based illustrator who has worked in film, television and print media. Andrew has been illustrating children's educational resources and books for over 10 years, and is a regular contributor to the School Journal. His graphic novel Ngarimu, Te Tohu Toa was the winner of the 2011 LIANZA Te Kura Pounamu Award. A native speaker of Maori, Ngaere Roberts is a former Maori Immersion teacher and one of the principal writers for the draft curriculum for te reo Maori in mainstream schools.
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