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If you believe children need the opportunity to play and explore their environment and to be actively involved in hands-on learning experiences – then page Break books are for you!
Based on the firm foundation that “learning occurs as the child interacts with people, objects, and events in the world around them”, our publishing company Page Break specialises in educational books and resources that bring learning to life!
These proven educational children’s books and resources are used by hundreds of teachers and parents everywhere and are available right here.
Buy Will There Be Puffins?
The Mouat family, Robert and Barbara, left Shetland in 1922 with their first five children; they travelled to New Zealand and settled in Timaru. Like the puffins that come and go with the seasons, Shetlanders continue to feel the strong tug of their homeland. The idea for this story was launched from John and Gay’s family returning to Shetland and their daughter
feeling a strong sense of identity and heritage.The illustrator, Sarah Harmon, from a strong Scottish background, visited Shetland to immerse herself in the landscapes, the wool and the people. Her magical images have so much to explore.
“What a glorious book this is! A beautiful, moving tale of adventure and ancestry. It shows that you can belong to a place even though you live half a world away. Entertaining, informative, and thoroughly delightful…” – Liam McIIvanney, Stuart Professor of Scottish Studies, University of OtagoBuy now
Fantail’s Quilt is a gorgeous new children’s picture book that tells a classic indigenous story – a fantail, a rat, a morepork and the New Zealand bush. Vivid pictures that capture the New Zealand bush promise to entertain the young, while providing an interactive educational resource for older children. A stunning addition to any early childhood education centre or school and a beautiful children’s gift. Nominated for a 2012 LIANZA Illustration Award!
“Gay Hay and Margaret Tolland tell a big story in a deceptively simple way. Their touch is powerful but light. There is much to talk about behind the elegant pictures and evocative words. ” – Gavin Bishop
This gorgeously illustrated follow-up to Page Break’s LIANZA-shortlisted Fantail’s Quilt showcases the beautiful native Powelliphanta snail on its perilous night-time hunt. A little-known New Zealand creature, the Powelliphanta is not at all like your average garden snail. It is huge, handsome and carnivorous! The Powelliphanta hunting down its next meal is an epic battle on a tiny scale. Also available as te reo Māori edition Kia Mataara, e Ngata! Finalist – Picture Book, NZ Post Book Awards, Children & Young Adults 2014.
“Powelliphanta: a small hero with a big name … this quietly thrilling story of our hidden, nocturnal world is visually splendid, beautifully designed and written with an ear alert to the poetry, precision and adventure of language.” – Kate De GoldiBuy now
Buy Go, Green Gecko! / E Oma, Moko Kākāriki!
Go, Green Gecko! Our new book is here! Explore the challenges the Wellington green Gecko faces as it forages for food in the New Zealand bush. Margaret Tolland’s clever use of texture and layered images captures the cheeky character of the gecko and the rich life of our native bush. Young readers will enjoy the rhythmic text and the building tension of the plot. Its bound to become a favourite! Te reo Māori edition E Oma, Moko Kākāriki! also available.Buy now
This wonderful book comes with a FREE CD full of activities, recipes and posters for you to print.
Plus planning template with writeable fields. Build a class climate where students flourish. This primary school resource is all you need to get started!
Purchase now and bring fun into your classroom.Buy now