Kara the Kakapo

No matter how hard she would try, Kara the Kākāpō just couldn’t quite seem to master the art of flying.

But with optimism, determination and a little creative thinking, can Kara still achieve her dream?

Written by Danni Rae and illustrated by Evan Heasman

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Kiwi Conservation Club ~ ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️
Setting: New Zealand native forest
Plot: The story is about a flightless bird called Kara the Kakapo. Her dream is to fly, but her friends tell her that it is hopeless. Kara is determined to fly even though her friends say it will never happen. She searches and explores and builds her own plane . The big day finally comes and she’s done it!
Jack’s favourite bit: Never giving up!
Acacia’s favourite bit: When Kara’s friends said you can’t do it and she kept on trying. And when Kara was finally able to fly!
Recommended age group: 6 and under

Swings & Roundabouts (Early Childhood Council magazine) ~
Kara the Kakapo by Danni Rae




Meet the Kiwi author

Danni Rae NZ authorDanni is a Wellington based zookeeper and conservationist with a passion for connecting children with animals and the environment. Find out more on her author profile.

Additional information

Dimensions22 × 22 cm
First published



Softcover edition



Page count


Published by

Little Love, an imprint of Mary Egan Publishing

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