Pipi and Pou and the 100 Legs of Terror

The Prime Minister visits Nan with a special request. There is something happening in one of the National Parks, people and animals are disappearing, and she needs Nana to find out why.

‘Āe tika, it’s been in the news,’ Minister Reihana continued. ‘All of our kauri have been under threat of diseases, yet there is something else going on with Tīkokekoke. I sent scientists into the ngahere to conduct tests on him, only to have them come running out full of fear. In response, police entered the forest to investigate and after a day even they ran scared. They claimed there was some sort of monster stalking them.’

Join Pipi, Pou, and Nana – kaitiaki with a superhero difference – as they solve the mystery haunting the forest at the request of the Prime Minister.

Written by Tim Tipene and illustrated by Isobel Te Aho-White

 

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Description

An exciting junior fiction series featuring large print and 1-2 black and white illustrations per chapter. For readers aged 6-8.

Meet the Kiwi author

Tim Tipene authorFind out more about award-winning author Tim Tipene on his author profile.

Isobel Te Aho-White is a young but experienced illustrator. Izzy says: “My personal artwork is definitely about connecting people with each other and with nature … uplifting people, especially young women, and raising understanding and compassion toward people that are struggling in life.” Izzy’s works include The Story of Rangi and Papa (Zine) and Io Wahine (Zine).

Additional information

Dimensions19.8 × 14.3 cm
Format

Paperback edition

Page count

120

ISBN

9781990035234

Published by

Oratia Books

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