Kiwi Critters Books – Keri’s Party
Kiwi Critters Books – Keri’s Party is Book One in this amazing New Zealand children’s series.
The Kiwi Critters revolves around the adventures of two main characters, Keri the Kiwi and Piri the Pukeko. Together the pair get up to all kinds of mischief. Their escapades include picnics, parties, sausage sizzles and they even use a bungy rope to catapult Bruce the Possum back to Australia!
This set of books are fun, affordable, and easy to read rhyming stories for children aged 0-7 years. Young children (aged 0-3 years old) listen intently to these stories and quickly learn to chant along to the words. The books are also make ideal early readers for children aged 4-7 years.
Designed so they are easy for little hands to hold, while the colourful illustrations and fun rhymes appeal to all.
- 100% created and printed in New Zealand
- Printed using vegetable based inks and low environmental impact print processing methods
- A6 size (105x148mm)
- Each contains 20 pages including the cover
- Written by Donna Blaber, illustrated by Rupert Shaw
- Further titles in the Kiwi Critters books are currently in production
Introducing Keri the Kiwi
|Keri is a young kiwi with a big heart. She is very clever but sometimes (when she’s hungry) she forgets that she is nocturnal. Keri loves to eat Whittakers chocolate and broccoli (as well as worms of course), and she will go to great lengths to seek them out. When she’s at home, Keri loves to play hide and seek. When she grows up she wants to be an astronomer and discover a new planet.Keri often helps her mates with maths questions and teaches them to spell new words.|
Introducing Piri the Pukeko
|Piri is a young pukeko, a blue swamp hen with long gangly orange legs. He is gregarious and has lots of mates but his very best friend is Keri the Kiwi. His favourite foods are pineapple lumps, brussel sprouts and carrot weed roots. When he’s older he wants to be in a circus and walk on stilts with the clowns.Piri is very good at running. He always wins the cross-country races at school.|