The second story in the bestselling Kuwi the Kiwi series by popular author Kat Quin.
• A simple celebration of the parent/child bond written for young children with a story parents can enjoy and relate to.
• Amazing, detailed, vibrant illustrations with wee native gems hidden throughout.
• The Kuwi the Kiwi™ series is a proud supporter of Kiwis for Kiwi Trust, donating 20 cents from each book sale to support kiwi conservation projects in New Zealand. The series has donated in excess of $15,000 so far.
• Shortlisted for the 2016 NZ Book Awards for Children and Young Adults.
Customer on KiwiReviews ~ “This is a lovely story about a Mum who goes on a hunt to find something to eat for her new baby kiwi, Huwi. It is a lovely tale of Huwi who doesn’t want to eat his friends out in the forest and instead finds his clever mum makes him some lovely vegetarian options instead.
The first thing that caught my attention in this book was the beautiful illustrations. The illustrations show a beautifully detailed picture of where you can find some native kiwi bugs/insects for Huwi to eat and on the next page simple yet very effective illustrations of ways he could eat them. My class of three and four year olds found the illustrations hilarious such as snail sushi or eel ecclair. It really is a great play on words and brought a lot of laughter to the class.
I thought this was a beautiful way to showcase some popular kiwi dishes and captures really well what a lot of kiwi kids know and love to eat at home. It felt like it showed our food culture summed up in one children’s book!”
Meet the Kiwi creator
Find out more about Waikato author and illustrator Kat Quin on her author page.